01/08/2019
Miami ranked among top 50 best value undergraduate business schools
Business Insider, Buffalo News.com, Spoke.com, Jan. 7 (subscriptions may be required)
01/08/2019
Amy Summerville on relationships and regret
Vice.com, Jan. 7 (subscription may be required)
01/08/2019
StoryCorps’ One Small Step recordings at Miami
WVXU.org, Dec. 27 (subscription may be required)
01/08/2019
New Series of "Rox the Fox" Comic Books Promote Public Health
In the comic books, superheroes can do incredible things. But in many ways, Rox the Fox is even more heroic. Because Rox can help people too. Except he has the power to make a real difference in the lives of real people, right here and right now. 
01/08/2019
Women’s Advisory Committee Spotlight: Nicole Smith
Nicole Smith started working on the CEC advisory council over a decade ago, when CEC was still referred to as the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). She was than invited to join the Women’s Advisory Committee four years ago, and loves working with other Miami alumnae to help students continue to be successful.
01/08/2019
Botanical Studies Series Announced at Miami University Regionals
The Conservatory at the Hamilton campus will be offering a Botanical Studies series in Spring of 2019. These three classes are non-credit but they'll enrich the lives of citizens through botanical study and contemplation. The classes include basic botanical drawing, winter tree identification, and order of bloom study.
01/08/2019
New Year, new fitness for you to stay focused
We have a great, new fitness schedule to help you stay productive and active throughout your week.
01/08/2019
Anthropologist Jason De León describes the plight of migrants in the "Land of Open Graves" at the U.S.-Mexican border
Jason De León came to Miami on October 18 to deliver the 2018 Faber Scholar Lecture in honor of International Archaeology Day, presented by the Department of Anthropology and University Honors Program. He spoke about his book, Land of Open Graves: Understanding American Politics and U.S./Mexico Border Enforcement through the Lives and Deaths of Migrants (U California Press, 2015).
01/08/2019
Diggin' It
The Miamian covers the story of Dr. Jeb Card's anthropology class dig at the McGuffey Museum on campus.