IT Profile: Bill Miley and his Miami legacy
Bill has been working in IT Services since the moment he graduated from Miami University.
Major Insight Episode 41 Finding Harmony Between Animals and Music
James Lukenda ’23 talks about his how his different interests of zoology and music performance work together in surprising ways.
Weekly Three 04/04/22
The Weekly Three posting from the Office of Institutional Diversity on April 04, 2022: DEI Implementation, Community Updates, and Celebrations and Recognition
2022 President's Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Meet the 14 outstanding student recipients of the President's Distinguished Service Award.
Former Ambassador Ira Shapiro offers strong opinions on the state of Congress in the 2022 Darrell West Lecture
On Tuesday, March 15, students huddled close in front of former Ambassador Ira Shapiro for an intimate discussion on the U.S. Senate’s role in facing challenges to American democracy in the 2022 Darrell West Lecture.
Ransomware main topic at first EY Cybersecurity Symposium
Two Miami alumni talked about the ongoing struggle with ransomware in the business world.
COVID-19 Campus Update | 11:16 a.m.
A message from the COVID Response Team
Student Spotlight: Denali Selent
Junior Denali Selent was recently featured on Miami University’s episode of “The College Tour” and talks about her involvement in Miami’s Climate Action Task Force, as well as how engineering plays into her research interests.
Former Lithuanian president references her political experience while speaking on the ongoing Ukrainian crisis
Former Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskait? delivered the annual Havighurst Lecture on March 10, sponsored by the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies. Grybauskait? spoke about the war in Ukraine and her political experiences as the leader of one of the Baltic states of eastern Europe.
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Emmett Knee
Growing up and having a breadth of experiences has allowed Emmett Knee to relate to others in a unique and personal way. Knee is a third-year strategic communication and Spanish student and the most recent recipient of the Love and Honor Story Project.
Center for Supply Chain Excellence nearly doubles Founding Partners with 3 new companies
Honda, Swagelok, and ODW Logistics join existing partners at the CSCE
National public policy and public health experts debate the viability of legalizing marijuana
On March 9, Miami University’s biannual Janus Forum welcomed former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and Harvard Medical School professor Dr. Bertha Madras to discuss their opposing views on “Let’s Be Blunt: Should Marijuana Be Legalized?”