Love and Honor Story Project Honors Bunny Fernandes
The April Love and Honor Story Project recipient, Bunny Fernandes, is described as someone who embodies exercising good judgment and believing in personal responsibility. Fernandes is a junior majoring in Zoology and Environmental Science.
COVID-19 Campus Update | 10:36 a.m.
A message from the COVID Response Team
Joe Hawkins named director of parent and family programs
Joe Hawkins is the new director of Miami University’s office of parent and family programs, effective May 2, 2022.
Evan Danielson named a 2022-23 Goldwater Scholar
Miami University juniors Evan Danielson and Zoe Platow have each received a Goldwater Scholarship for 2022-2023. They are among 417 students nationwide to receive the scholarship, the premier undergraduate award for students intending a research career in mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering.
7th Annual Access For All - AT Symposium Keynote Liz Persaud: Using hope as a catalyst for success
Persaud is a nationally recognized public speaker and advocate who works to address the need to build bridges and solidify the gaps between individuals living with and without disabilities.
Weekly Three 04/25/22
The Weekly Three posting from the Office of Institutional Diversity on April 25, 2022: DEI Implementation, Community Updates, and Celebrations and Recognition
Student Counseling Service Expands Mental Health/Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training
Knowing how to recognize and respond to someone in mental health distress is as important as knowing how to respond when someone has an urgent physical health concern.
COVID-19 Campus Update | 10:27 a.m.
A message from the COVID Response Team
Miami University student Nick Kaplan selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Nick Kaplan, a Chemical and Biomedical Engineering student in Miami's College of Engineering and Computing, has recently received the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship to support his future graduate research.
Tech Fee call for proposals coming in August
Since 2009, Miami faculty, staff, and students have developed innovative and exciting projects with over $6 million of awarded funds. This year the application period will begin on Monday, August 15.
Professor Jason Boock receives $200,000 grant from National Science Foundation
Professor Jason Boock recently received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his project proposal titled, "ERI: Development of Non-native Sigma Factors for Metabolic Engineering."