Chinese Bridge Competition
On May 4, the Consulate General in New York hosted the 18th Chinese Bridge-Chinese Proficiency Competition for college students.
June SEOH News
Please read the SEOH June news for Intervention Specialist job openings, as well as a reminder about summer courses, licensure procedures, and future term registration too. And for anyone interested in receiving financial aid in 2019-2020, some helpful links are also provided.
Freedom Summer of ’64 Award presented to historic Mt. Zion United Methodist Church
Fifty-five years after three Freedom Summer volunteers left Oxford, Ohio, to investigate an arson at the historic Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, Mississippi, and then disappeared, Miami University will present the church with the Freedom Summer of ’64 Award.
Miami among top 50 most affordable colleges with best ROI
Miami University has been identified as one of the most affordable colleges with the best return on tuition dollars in a recent ranking by AffordableSchools.net.
Miami names Jason Osborne as provost
WVXU.org, May 28
Miami ranked region’s best value by SmartAsset
Biz Journals.com and Dayton Daily News.com, May 28 (subscription may be required)
Miami Regionals partners with local employers to increase workforce development
State News.org, May 28 (subscription may be required)
Summer reading book, "One Size Fits None," selected for Class of 2023
One Size Fits None: A Farm Girl’s Search for the Promise of Regenerative Agriculture, by Stephanie Anderson has been selected as Miami University’s 2019 summer reading book.
RedHawks Mid-American Conference first-place win historic
For the first time in its history, Miami University athletics have finished first in the Mid-American Conference’s Reese (men’s) and Jacoby (women’s) standings in the same year.