Bryan Chaney receives Good Samaritan Award and President's Medallion
Hearing cries for help, Bryan Chaney responded and helped save a life of a student.
Gratitude shared for committee and task force work
President Greg Crawford convened the Safe Return to Campus Planning and Coordinating Committee and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force during 2020 to address two critical issues affecting the health and wellbeing of the Miami community—the pandemic and racial unrest in the United States.
New Ally/Mentor program for Miami staff: Sign up by Nov. 6
Miami is piloting a voluntary program to facilitate partnering diverse and underrepresented (e.g. Black and Latino) staff with one another to serve as allies/mentors throughout the Miami experience.
Farmer School team wins 2020 Teradata Analytics Challenge
A team of students from Miami’s Farmer School of Business and the College of Arts and Science took on students from around the world to win the analytics portion of the 2020 Teradata Analytics Challenge last month.
Miami's Climate Action Task Force seeks student representative: Apply by Oct. 18
Students: Opportunity to help shape Miami's Climate Action Plan. The Climate Action Task Force (CATF) executive steering committee is seeking students to apply for the position of student representative. Apply by Oct. 18.
President Crawford's State of the University Address will be delivered by video next week
President Greg Crawford will reflect on the last year at Miami University and will share his vision for the future during his annual State of the University address next week. His video message will be distributed to campus before next Friday.
Miami's board of trustees to meet Sept. 24-25
The Miami board of trustees will meet Thursday, Sept. 24, and Friday, Sept. 25.
Brick and Ivy campus store has a new look
The Brick and Ivy campus store recently underwent a redesign focused on providing a better shopping experience for students, alumni, parents and visitors.
New ASPIRE office at Miami will streamline connections with business, government and community partners
Miami University has established an office for advancing strategy, partnerships, institutional relations, and economy (ASPIRE) to streamline connections with partners in business, government and the community.
Board of Trustees Investment Subcommittee to meet Sept. 2
Board of Trustees Investment Subcommittee to meet Sept. 2.
Take a peek into Bob De Schutter's Games and Learning class
Learn something about Game Design in Bob De Schutter's introductory video.
Miami Fight Song goes virtual: a Q-and-A with marching band director Brooke Johnson
The Miami University Marching Band (MUMB) recently produced a video of the band performing the “Miami Fight Song.” We reached out to director Brooke Johnson to find out how this fun rendition came together remotely.