Annual steam shutdown scheduled to begin May 17
Miami University's annual steam shutdown is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 17. Service is expected to resume by 8 p.m. Sunday, May 24.
Miami University Symphony Band May 8
The Miami University Symphony Band, conducted by Stephen Lytle, will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 8, in Hall Auditorium.
President Hodge memo re: New residence hall location
May 4, Miami President David Hodge, after considering feedback and reassessing the recommendation for a residence hall at Patterson Place, notified the university community that Miami will seek a different solution.
Wind Ensemble concert to feature two Miami premieres May 5
The Miami University Wind Ensemble, directed by Gary A. Speck, will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, in Hall Auditorium.
Stronger Regionals to emerge from review process
Miami University trustees May 1 approved committee recommendations that open doors to greater autonomy and increased growth for Miami's regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and its Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester.
Miami President David Hodge to retire in 2016 after completing 10 years as president
Miami University President David Hodge announced to university trustees May 1 that he will retire June 30, 2016, completing 10 years of service to Miami and 42 years as faculty and an administrator in higher education, including at the University of Washington, McMaster University and the National Science Foundation.
Miami's Burcin Bayram recognized by American Physics Society
The American Physics Society named Burcin Bayram, associate professor of physics, Woman Physicist of the Month.
Summer reading book to spur a whole lot of creativity with a little improv
The book selected for Miami's 2015 summer reading program encourages students, faculty and staff to be creative and to use a little improvisation.
Miamideas next steps: Finding creative and innovative answers to questions
Themes, in the form of questions, give some structure to the next steps in the Miamideas project.