Kim Tavares is the new associate vice president for alumni/advancement
Tavares-Kim.jpgKim Pohlman Tavares (Miami MBA '12), current senior director of advancement communications, marketing and events for university advancement at Miami University, has been named associate vice president for alumni relations and university advancement effective Sept. 20.
The world opens like an atlas for students at Bangkok humanitarian symposium
bangkok-student.jpgFor Miami University student Sara Al-Zubi, her time at a Humanitarian Affairs University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Bangkok, Thailand was like walking into a world atlas.
Howe Center for Writing offers faculty writing workshop series
Miami University's Roger and Joyce L. Howe Center for Writing Excellence will offer their Writing Across the Curriculum workshop series this fall, which was created to help faculty teach students effective writing skills and promote deep learning in the classroom.
Changes to Miami's retail stores mean new products and more convenience
Miami University added two new retail stores on its Oxford campus and will begin renovation of the Miami University Bookstore in Shriver Center Monday, Sept. 11. It is also researching the need for changes to the Regionals' bookstores. Brick & Ivy
CADS Welcomes Two New Assistant Directors
Miami's Center for Analytics and Data Science (CADS) is pleased to announce two new assistant directors. Lindsey Holden joins CADS from the Miami University Office of Admission. Bree O'Day joins CADS after an accomplished career in digital analytics, specifically in the retail industry.
President Crawford responds to DACA announcement
Miami University President Greg Crawford has issued a response to the Sept. 5 announcement about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Hurricane Harvey relief: Donate at Hanna House by Sept. 22
The office of community engagement and service in Hanna House is currently serving as a drop-off point for Hurricane Harvey donations
Summer visitors add up to more than 25,000
School may be out for most students three months every year, but that doesn't mean Miami University's staff gets a summer break.
Warm welcomes and service to others kick off fall semester
Miami-M2017.jpgMiami University welcomed more than 3,800 first-year students to campus this past week, which was filled with first-week-of-classes excitement, numerous activities and community service.