04/20/2018
Leadership Institute Summit puts attendees in the Coaching Mindset
morman-coaching-mindset-summit.jpgStudents, Executive Coaches, and friends of the Institute discuss coaching ideas
04/20/2018
Bob De Schutter and Sharon Custer win University Awards
university-awards-ceremony180x120.jpgAt the University Awards Ceremony Bob De Schutter, C. Michael Armstrong Professor received a 2018 Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Award. Sharon Custer, Director FSW Field Education won the Career Development Award.
04/20/2018
Foreign Language Education Prospective Teachers Present at OFLA
Foreign Language Education Prospective Teachers attended and presented their Thematic Units to a large audience at the Ohio Foreign Language Association (OFLA).
04/20/2018
Miami Students Debut World Premiere Musical OCTETS
octets-logo.pngMore than 28 students in the College of Creative Arts joined forces to mount the world premiere of a new musical titled OCTETS.
04/19/2018
Meet Marla Niebling, Director of Employee and Labor Relations
marla-niebling-150x175.jpgHuman Resources hires new director.
04/19/2018
Dr. Jennifer Richeson discusses the psychology in changing racial dynamics in the U.S.
Yale psychology professor Dr. Jennifer Richeson came to campus to deliver a lecture on Friday March 30. Her talk, titled "Racial and Political Dynamics of an Approaching 'Majority-Minority' United States," focused on the changing racial dynamics in the U.S. as the number of minorities continually increases
04/19/2018
96 Percent of Dietetic Seniors Receive Internships
22 out of 23 dietetic students (96%) were matched with post-baccalaureate dietetic internships.
04/19/2018
Dr. Thomas Poetter Appointed Editor of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing
Dr. Thomas Poetter, Educational Leadership Professor has been appointed as Editor of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing and President of the Foundation of Curriculum Theory. Dr. Poetter will be building his team to begin work in January 2019.
04/18/2018
Miami University/University of Dayton receive state funding for technology development
ohio-frontier.jpgMiami University and the University of Dayton will use a new $400,000 grant from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission to create a technology validation and startup fund.