Miami dance program made its festival debut with the help of famous choreographer
For the first year ever, Miami University’s dance program got to perform in the Electric Root Festival on April 29.
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Miami dance program made its festival debut with the help of famous choreographer
For the first year ever, Miami University’s dance program got to perform in the Electric Root Festival on April 29.
Miami University architecture student wins award in national light fixture design competition
The national competition’s 2023 design problem challenged students to design a signature light fixture for the outdoor patio of a national restaurant chain.
Congratulations to the Summer 2023 Faculty Writing Fellows Cohort
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence and Howe Writing Across the Curriculum (HWAC) program are thrilled to welcome 9 new Miami faculty members as Faculty Writing Fellows Program alumni.
Regionals in action during spring semester
Regionals continue their outreach during this year, supporting their vision: empowering minds, strengthening communities
New online Fact Book shines light on Miami data
Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness plans to update each year
Miami University seniors at the College of Engineering and Computing present their designs at the 2023 Senior Design Expo.
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in May
Our editors' picks for May provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage
Student Spotlight: Isabella Obradovich, art education and arts management co-major
First-year art student hung up for her first time
Engineering and Arts students at Miami University integrate creative thinking into learning
Six Miami University students discuss how they utilize creative thinking and innovation from three different perspectives: two who study engineering, two who study creative arts, and two who study ...
The Writer’s Progress 2023 Brings Miami Writers Together to Celebrate a Year of Writing Excellence
The HCWE strives to foster a community of writers and writing on Miami’s campus, and to celebrate that culture of writing, we host an annual gathering called “The Writer’s Progres...
How everyone plays a role in overcoming the K-12 mental health crisis
Miami University is making big changes in the way schools approach mental health and wellness
Associate professor of Art History wins research fellowship to study sculpture on Miami’s campus
With the fellowship the Holt-Smithson Foundation awarded her, Dell’Aria will turn her research on the artwork into an academic article.
Miami University Fashion and Design accomplishes its 17th annual fashion show
The theme of this year's event was "Ethereal."
Dozens of Voters Turn Out for HCWE Co-Sponsored Save Democracy Event
King Library was abuzz with excitement on May 4th as dozens of faculty, staff, students, and other members of the Oxford community assembled to learn more about recent legislation which affects vot...
Jason Berberich named 2022-2023 Honors College CEC Faculty Member of the Year
Jason Berberich, associate professor in the Department of Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering at Miami University, was recently recognized by honors students at the College of Engineering a...
Two CEC Academic Advisors receive Master Advisor Professional Development Award
Wyatt Bischoff and Nick Stanford, two academic advisors at Miami University College of Engineering and Computing, recently received promotions and were honored with the Master Advisor Professional ...
CCA announces 2023 P.R.I.D.E. Award winners
Congratulations to Cristy Betz, Samantha Buchholz, Gwenmarie Ewing, Jennifer Fox, Sharon Henrichsen, and Jason Shaiman.
'You guys are rock stars!' FYIC students help client find competitive advantages
The First-Year Integrated Core spring 2023 cohort worked with a small business, meaning their ideas could have a bigger impact.
GRC grads ready for the next chapter
A time for reflection and celebration as students from the Class of 2023 receive Global Readiness Certificates
Two undergraduate theatre scholars represent Miami this summer
This summer, two Miami University theatre majors get to realize their dreams of the future for free. Sophomore with a double major in English: creative writing Colton Wolf and sophomore double majo...
HWC Announces Winners for the Spring 2023 Poetry Contest
Each spring semester, the Howe Writing Center hosts a poetry contest In honor of National Poetry Month (April). For 2023, the HWC worked with University Libraries to promote the theme of “Wri...
Lisa Ellram and Robin Vealey awarded the Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Two professors honored with Miami’s most prestigious career faculty award for ‘outstanding contribution to the education of the nation’
2023 Nursing Student and Alumni Awardees
Miami University’s Nursing program recognition of distinguished alumni and honors students.
Pitch competition showcases semester's worth of student work
"I don't know that these students fully know how far ahead they are of most students their age.”
Four CCA students recognized with Presidential Distinguished Service award
On April 16, four seniors in Miami University’s College of Creative Arts (CCA) won the Presidential Distinguished Service award for their civic leadership during their time here.
Congratulations to the Spring 2023 Faculty Writing Fellows Cohort
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence and Howe Writing Across the Curriculum (HWAC) program are thrilled to welcome 10 new Miami faculty members as Faculty Writing Fellows Program alumni.
Associated Student Government announces Outstanding Professor Award, top 10 nominees
Stephanie Danker, associate professor of Art, received the 2023 award
LYNX Project Art Song Concert to take place Thursday May 4th
This Thursday May 4th, 2023 at 7:30 pm, the Miami University Department of Music will host a unique collaboration between the LYNX Project, the Miami University Voice Studios, and the Miami Univers...
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in April
Our editors' picks for May provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage
From player and coach to leader and advocate: Cindy Cone talks about her path through the world of soccer
If you ever need to feel better about your first day on a job, ask Cindy Cone what she had to deal with on her first day as U.S. Soccer Federation president.
Center for Career Exploration and Success earns national award
Miami University’s career services recognized for holistic excellence
HWC Consultant Pens and Publishes Articles on Restrictive Ohio Voting Laws
In the wake of new Ohio laws that restrict voting, especially for out of state college students, Howe Writing Center (HWC) writing consultant and intrepid Miami Student reporter Meredith Perk...
Perkins selected for Fulbright UK Summer Institute
The Fulbright UK Summer Institutes are three to four week programs for U.S. undergraduate students, who have no or very little travel experience outside North America.
Miami programs land on latest U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate list
Graduate Education program rises nearly 40 spots
HCWE Co-Sponsors Artificial Intelligence Conference for Ohio Educators
New forms of artificial intelligence (AI), such as ChatGPT, have caused quite the stir in education circles in recent months. The advances in large language models have led many educators at all le...
Miami University Symphony Orchestra May 5 concert features Concerto Competition winners
Celebrate the 120th anniversary of Miami’s orchestra program.
Theatre major wins President’s Distinguished Service Award
Miami University’s annual President’s Distinguished Service Award goes to a select group of seniors who became citizen leaders in their time at Miami.
Robotics degree sees growth through grants and student creativity
The College of Engineering and Computing at Miami University continues to assess workforce needs to upgrade the existing curriculum and introduce new degree programs. One such program is the new Ba...
Four CCA faculty finalists for Outstanding Professor Award
The OPAs provide students with the opportunity to recognize a faculty member who had an exceptional impact on their Miami experience. This award is designed to honor the diligence and commitment di...
FSB undergrads show off research skills at Miami University forum
Farmer School students take part in the Undergraduate Research Forum.
Miami University’s prolific cybersecurity writer has a full suit of armor after 20 books
David Seidl, who oversees IT Services, collected the pieces over the past decade
Five Miamians offered Fulbright awards to conduct research or teach abroad
Recipients of Fulbright awards are selected in an open, merit-based competition that considers leadership potential, academic and/or professional achievement, and record of service.
Student Spotlight: Colleen Gorski
Read about a student’s perspective on the experience of being a member of Wind Ensemble and participating in Miami Takes Music Hall.
Stock pitch competition broadens to include other universities this year
A calendar change became an opportunity for an annual competition to change itself this year.
Miami's Farmer School of Business receives accolades for graduates' high-paying jobs
FSB is No. 11 public school in country and top school in Ohio for salary premiums for management consulting graduates
Writers Share Goals and Reflections from HWC Junior Faculty Writing Hours
The Howe Writing Center’s Junior Faculty Writing Hours Challenge provides time, space, support, and structure for junior faculty members to pursue their writing goals. Part of this program in...
Miami University’s 2023 Faculty Scholars and Junior Faculty announced
Dominik Konkolewicz, Fadel Megahed, Jeffrey Hunger, Andrea Kravats, and Imran Mirza were honored in recognition of sustained excellence or great potential in research
CCA Global Readiness Certificate Cohort Announced
Twenty-four students from the College of Creative Arts join Miami's GRC Program
Miami University Performing Arts Series and The Department of Music are coming together to showcase student talent at Cincinnati’s storied concert venue, Music Hall on Monday, April 17th at 7...
Global Initiatives Staff Present at "Across the Divide" Conference
Global Initiatives staff were part of several sessions at Miami's Diversity and Inclusion showcase.
Senior Malik Wilkins deemed fellow for art exhibition
Senior art major Malik Wilkins just received the Karen E. Meyer & Rick Michelman Fellowship position for the Contemporary Arts Center’s Ecologies of Elsewhere exhibit.
41 TCPL faculty promoted to teaching, clinical professors, and lecturers
They join 37 tenure-track faculty and one librarian whose promotion and/or tenure were approved last month
Miami seniors named Cincinnati’s Emerging Artists
Nick Felaris, Mary Visco, and Madison MacKinnon had work recognized at the event.
Writing Back to the Past: Dig Into the University Libraries Archives for the Spring 2023 HWC Poetry Contest
Every spring semester, the Howe Writing Center hosts a poetry contest that challenges writers with specific prompts. This spring, the HWC is partnering with University Libraries for the theme of ...
Art professor becomes Altman Scholar
Miami University’s Humanities Center Steering Committee just announced Art and Humanities & Creative Arts (HCA) professor Roscoe Wilson as a 2023-2024 or “Environmental Justice̶...
Unique art course teaches DIY LED glasswork
All of a sudden, every face in ART103 TB – Creative Technology lit up. For adjunct art instructor Charlie Thacker, turning photos into light shows for his students is already an intrinsic par...
Pi Sigma Epsilon business fraternity takes top spot at Nationals again
PSE continued their winning ways at Nationals last weekend.
FYIC students take on small company's big challenge for client project
Finding sustainablity in a fossil fuel transport industry? That's the challenge for First-Year Independent Core students this semester.
Meredith Erb receives Miami’s E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
"With each electron movement, I felt guided by her teaching style. Dr. Erb’s teaching and influence in the classroom, as well as outside of it, are major contributors to my current succe...
Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band to play final concert of the season as tribute to Miami University
25% of the band—now at 80 members—have Miami degrees.
Farmer School team takes 2nd at VCIC Global Finals
For the second time since 2017, the Farmer School has won second place at the Venture Capital Investment Competition Global Finals.
Prestigious art award shines spotlight on Regionals faculty member
Cecilia Suhr recognized for her groundbreaking work in emerging media and technology
Welsh Awarded 'Fund for Education Abroad' Scholarship
Emmanuella Welsh (Class of 2024) will use her scholarship to fund summer study abroad in South Korea
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in March
Our editors' picks for March give a snapshot of recent news media coverage
HWAC Graduate Assistant Director Receives CCCC Emergent Researcher Award
We at the Howe Center for Writing Excellence are proud to announce that our very own Will Chesher, graduate assistant director with Howe Writing Across the Curriculum, is a recipient of the 2022-20...
Assistant professor Xinyi Xiao leads research on self-morphing 4D printing technology
Assistant professor Xinyi Xiao researches advanced thermo-responsive and self-morphing 4D printing technology alongside masters student Surya Prakash Pandeya at Miami University’s College of ...
Brett Smith and Michael Vanni named University Distinguished Professors
Dedicated teacher-scholars and internationally recognized researchers, Brett Smith and Michael Vanni are honored for their contribution to the life and mission of Miami University
Innovative children’s literature class promotes an interactive learning environment
Eun Chong Yang leads a hands-on experience that exposes students to a critical thinking process that drives them to problem-solve concepts presented in children’s literature.
Thought-provoking Janus Forum debate sheds light on the complicated reality of the death penalty
Laura Nirider and Jason Chaffetz explore the opposing sides of the long-lasting debate on capital punishment.
Farmer School seniors named among Best and Brightest Business Majors by P&Q for Undergrads
Two FSB seniors have been selected among the best and brightest in the nation.
HCWE Announces 2023 Howe Award Recipients
Each spring semester, the Howe Center for Writing Excellence presents the Roger and Joyce Howe Award for Excellence in Disciplinary Writing Instruction. This award recognizes individual faculty mem...
Juwillie Named 2023 Payne Fellow
The USAID Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship Program supports outstanding individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for...
The Princeton Review names Miami’s Games + Simulation to top undergraduate list
Program is in the top 10 for public institutions
Miami Piano Students Present “Tickling the Ivories” Piano Recital Series
The piano students of Dr. Lian Tan from Miami University Department of Music are presenting a recital series entitled "Tickling the Ivories" as part of a service project for the Miami Uni...
National Reading Month: Expand Your Ideas About Reading and Writing
March is National Reading Month, a celebration that encourages reading for all ages and promotes reading as a key feature for learning, social, and professional development.
Expanded bachelor’s degree in Community Arts and Cultures to launch fall 2023
New program gives students the opportunity to turn their passion for the arts into a profession
Miami earns third straight Seal of Prevention
Designation is given for digital prevention strategies on issues of wellness, safety, and inclusion
Faculty Research Profile: Sina Esteky
Concentrating on branding and marketing in different cultural contexts, Sina Esteky conducts research that spans multiple continents.
Excerpts from the Asynchronous Graduate Writing Hours Progress Log
One of the major components of this spring’s Howe Writing with Community Support program is The Progress Log, an asynchronous opportunity for writers to share their progress and build a suppo...
Miami participates in White House forum on climate change
Forum showcases how innovative ideas and actions can advance climate change efforts on college campuses and beyond
Undergraduate History senior illuminates perspectives of American history that were often unknown
Madison McQueen ‘23 explores the effect of social relations between mothers and their children leading up to and following the Civil War.
Social work major part of winning team at climate change-focused Social Innovation Weekend
Meechie Poston ‘23 helps design app that allows shoppers identify socially conscious brands
Mesa Community College adapts Miami’s University’s innovative Howe faculty development
Social Innovation Weekend seeks steps to fight climate change
Students from across Miami University came together to spend a weekend seeking solutions.
Judy Alston named chair of Miami’s Educational Leadership department
Innovative scholar and educator helps future school leaders address modern challenges
Howe Writing Center Announces Additional Writing Hours Programs for Spring 2023
The Howe Writing Center is excited to announce two additional sets of writing hours for specific groups of individuals on Miami’s campus. For creative writers, HWC consultants are hosting a C...
Promotion and tenure granted to 38
Miami University's board of trustees approved the promotion and/or tenure of 37 faculty members and one librarian at its March 3 meeting
Middletown STEM lecture focuses on laser-driven shock waves
Research applications include engineering, health care, materials development, and safety devices
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in February
Our editors' picks for February provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage.
Farmer School of Business again ranked in the top 15 public schools by Poets and Quants
School also ranked in top 10 for career outcomes and academic experience
A new Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity to prepare students in this critical field
The field of cybersecurity is growing at a rapid rate. This new degree provides students with a foundation that can lead to a number of career paths.
Miami University Double Reed Day announced for April 1, 2023
Miami University is hosting its annual Double Reed Day on Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Brace yourself for The Play That Goes Wrong at Miami University
The production runs April 26, 27, and 29 at 7:30pm and April 30 at 2pm in the Gates-Abegglen Theatre in the Center for Performing Arts.
Miami Architecture studio featured in documentary film
Miami Architecture Studio Featured in Documentary Film Miami University’s Department of Architecture and Interior Design’s Burton J. Westcott Design-Build Studio architecture st...
7 trips, 7 wins -- Miami students win regional Venture Capital Investment Competition again
Another year, another win for the Farmer School and the John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship
HWC Graduate Assistant Director Emma Boddy Participates in 2023 Three Minute Thesis Competition
If you had to explain your thesis in three minutes or less, could you do it? The Dr. Gerald H. Sanders Three Minute Thesis Competition, hosted by the Miami University Graduate School, asks graduate...
Miami makes its award-winning online DEI leadership course available to on-campus and external audiences
The self-paced, online course seeks to empower individuals to lead and support diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces and communities
Miami music student enters national orchestra festival
Sophomore music performance and biochemistry double major Cole Kubesch was recently accepted into the Pierre Monteux Orchestra Festival in Maine this summer. Kubesch looks forward to exhibiting his...
Howe Center for Writing Excellence News Roundup for February and March 2023
February may just be the busiest month yet for the Howe Writing Center. Not only have Graduate Writing Hours begun, guided by new programming introduced to further develop the community and collabo...
The Lee and Rosemary Fisher Innovation College@Elm celebrates grand opening
The hub of creativity and innovation, imagination and design, and talent cultivation will transform a three-block area in Oxford’s business district into a high-tech innovation and creativity...
Miami students take 2 of 3 top spots in Launch It! Cincy Pitch Competition
A trio of Miami University students take two of the three winning spots.
Miami faculty member named a Senior Member by the National Academy of Inventors
Andrew Jones selected as one of country’s foremost emerging academic inventors
Case competition showcases forensic side of accounting
Accountants become investigators to earn real money in case competition.
The Benefits of a Writing Consultant Classroom Visit
Classes are well underway at Miami University, and before long, students will have to write papers and projects to submit for grading. Faculty can better prepare their students for their written as...
Miami faculty world-premieres feature film at international festival
“Rachel Hendrix” will premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which takes place February 8-18.
Diplomacy Lab projects offer Miami students the chance to help shape international policy
Real world research opportunities realized through U.S. State Department
Global Business Brigades bring financial lessons to rural Panama entrepreneurs
Several Miami and Farmer School students spent part of their winter break in Panama, but it wasn't for vacation.
Graduate Writing Hours Return with New Programming for Spring 2023 Term
One of the Howe Center for Writing Excellence’s guiding principles is that writing is social and rhetorical. Writers benefit greatly from collaborating and sharing their work with each other,...
FSB experts: Economy walking tightrope between high inflation, recession
Three Farmer School economics professors tackle the question: Where does the economy go from here?
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in January
Our editors' picks for January and December provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage.
Miami University Opera Theatre’s “Hydrogen Jukebox” awarded first place at the National Opera Association Convention
The film that received the award was created during the pandemic and provided a unique opportunity for the program to collaborate with local arts organizations and for the students to acquire new s...
Three CEC alumni among Miami University's 18 of the Last 9 Award honorees
In Miami University’s 2022 list featuring alumni, 18 of the Last 9, three College of Engineering and Computing alumni were honored.
Six Miami students, alumni named semifinalists in Fulbright competition
Four Miami seniors and two alumni will learn this spring whether they will receive the Fulbright grants.
Associate Professor Stephanie Danker publishes “Conceptualizing Art Integration Through Currere”
This article looks at how “currere led us to awareness of moments of tension impacting our teaching practices in which we have privileged community partner voices over our students.”
Beyond High Street: Steve Katzfey
On the latest episode of Beyond High Street, 2002 grad Steve Katzfey talks with Farmer School of Business dean Jenny Darroch about how his college interests moved from paper science to marketing, t...
RedHawk Launch Accelerator announces eighth cohort of startups
Six companies will be part of the latest group of startups in the RedHawk Launch Accelerator.
HCWE Announces Several AI Workshops During Spring 2023 Term
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence is happy to announce several resources and workshops that faculty can utilize to learn more about artificial intelligence and the impact it will have on instr...
Miami University Regionals ranked among top 5 Ohio Online Bachelor’s Programs by U.S. News & World Report
Ranking demonstrates Regionals' commitment to affordability, accessibility
ESP students go for extra bases to help MLB grow fan base
How can Major League Baseball get younger people into the sport? Miami students have some possible answers
Four of Miami University’s degree programs ranked among best in their field by Intelligent.com
Top-ranked degree programs include Master’s in Business Analytics, Software Engineering, Online Colleges for Veterans, and Business Degree programs
High-tech innovations meet rare historic relics: Makerspace and Special Collections give students a singular learning experience
“A new turn in academic libraries”
Have a Writing Goal This Year? These Strategies Will Help Enable Long-Term Success
At the start of a new year, many people set goals to work toward. We asked our staff at the HCWE and our writing consultants what strategies they use to work toward their writing goals. Our aim in ...
Farmer School professor named University Faculty Scholar
A professor of information systems and analytics has been named a University Faculty Scholar at Miami
Two Miami Students Named Gilman Scholars
Immaculee Ingabire and Anthony Petulla received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to help fund their study abroad experiences this year.
Assistant professor Jeff Kruth publishes new research book
The book explores his and other authors’ case studies on industrialization across various countries, and examines the relationship between our contemporary cultures and cities and our histories.
Miami’s Department of Theatre wins big for its production of R.U.R.
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) National Awards Committee just commended Miami’s Department of Theatre for its production of Rossum’s Universal Robots (R.U...
Miami design faculty imagines sci-fi and real-world innovation on podcast sponsored by Mercedes-Benz
Future Dimensions, a sci-fi and real-world innovation podcast sponsored by Mercedes-Benz, recently interviewed graduate director in Experience Design at Miami University, Dennis Cheatham.
Howe Center for Writing Excellence and Center for Teaching Excellence Earn Technology Grant Award to Pilot Peer Review Platforms in Spring 2023
Peer review, also known as peer response or peer assessment, plays an important role in supporting student writers as they navigate the challenges of the writing process. In Spring 2023, the Howe C...
EHS alumni receive prestigious '18 of the Last 9' award for outstanding accomplishments
Three EHS alumni honored for making a significant positive impact on the world
Miami nutritionist feeds the social bonds that create a healthy community
Nancy Parkinson honored with 2022 Citizen of the Year award
Theatre alum Anthony Thompson named 18 of the last 9 honoree
Now in its 10th year, the 18 of the Last 9 Award recognizes alumni who lead, innovate, create, or make a significant positive impact on the world around them by consistently living out the values i...
Register Today: Upcoming J-Term and Spring 2023 Workshops at the HCWE
J-Term has officially begun, and with Spring 2023 just around the corner, the Howe Center for Writing Excellence would like to extend an invitation to faculty and graduate students to register for ...
Four Farmer alumni honored among '18 of the Last 9'
Four Farmer School young alums were honored for their actions in the years after graduating from Miami.
Associate Professor of Piano Lian Tan receives 2023 MTNA American Music Teacher Article of the Year Award
The American Music Teacher (AMT) is the official journal of Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), with over 17,000 readers from the United States and around the globe.
Beyond High Street: Michael Moses
Michael Moses is Executive Managing Director at GBX Group
Deadline Approaching: Submit Your Nominations For The Roger & Joyce Howe Award For Excellence In Disciplinary Writing Instruction
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence would like to remind the Miami University community that nominations for the Roger & Joyce Howe Award for Excellence in Disciplinary Writing Instruction a...
Kickglass Dialogues Across Difference launches for Farmer School of Business students
A new program works to help students learn to talk through differences between themselves and others
Beyond High Street: Shawn Manns-Collins
On the latest episode of Beyond High Street, Farmer School dean Jenny Darroch talks with 1998 accountancy and finance graduate Shawn Manns-Collins about life as a student-athlete at Miami,...
Gift to strengthen commitment between Farmer School, South Korea
A new gift from the founders of an Ohio chemical company will continue to help FSB's ties with South Korea.
Miami University names Elizabeth Mullenix as provost, executive vice president of academic affairs
President Gregory Crawford called her a longtime campus leader, well respected by her colleagues, and passionate about faculty and student success
'An excellent event that gets better every year' Venture Pitch Competition brings ideas to life
A semester of work comes down to minutes on a stage as team pitch their projects.
Congratulations to the Fall 2022 Faculty Writing Fellows Cohort
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence and Howe Writing Across the Curriculum (HWAC) program is thrilled to welcome 11 new Miami faculty members as Faculty Writing Fellows Program alumni.
CEC faculty recognized at Miami's fall awards ceremony
Faculty and staff members were recognized for their contributions during a fall semester awards ceremony.
Farmer School alumni receive honorary degrees
Two Farmer School alumni received honorary degrees at the Fall Commencement this year.
Jan Taylor named one of P&Q for Undergrad's top professors
Taylor is a longtime lecturer in the FSB marketing department.
A statistician and a journalist bring light to a darkening age of misinformation
Stats + Stories podcast inspires best-selling book to help readers become critical consumers of news
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in November
Our editors' picks for November provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage
Associate Professor of Art History Pepper Stetler wins grant from Andy Warhol Foundation
The Andy Warhol Foundation’s goal is to support a wide range of artistic expression in America and does so by providing grants for writers’ work.
Farmer School names inaugural group of Research Fellows
Six FSB faculty are being recognized for their top-tier research
Bipartisan debate on the overturning of Roe v Wade reveals the consequences of divided government in the United States
Stephanie Grisham and Johanna Maska discuss how the overturning of Roe v Wade affects more than access to abortion.
Art Education students present at statewide OAEA conference
OAEA is the leading professional membership organization exclusively for visual arts educators in Ohio.
FSB entrepreneurship department honored with Miami University President's Medal
For the first time, an entire department at Miami University received the President's Medal.
Miami University Cyber Security Club wins first place at Ohio University Capture the Flag competition
The Miami University Cyber Security Club (MUCSC) recently attended Ohio University’s Capture the Flag (CTF) competition and received first place.
HWC Announces Winners for the Fall 2022 Writing Contest
The Howe Writing Center hosts a writing contest every fall, with the latest contest having a focus on works evoking autumn. The fall writing contest challenged writers to create a piece of writing ...
Assistant Professor of Architecture Elizabeth Keslacy wins “Best Paper” by ACSA
Keslacy was awarded Best Paper for her work titled, “Re-reading the Pedestrian Mall: Race and Urban Landscape in the Memphis Mid-America Mall.”
Miami University Redhawk Racing Baja SAE team receives grants from Gene Haas Foundation and American Axle
Miami University’s Redhawk racing team, Baja SAE, recently received $10,000 from the Gene Haas Foundation 2022 Post-Secondary Scholarship and Sponsorship Award, as well as $5,000 from America...
Professor and Chair of the Department of Art Amanda Alexander publishes the 2022 Issue of the Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education
Alexander, in collaboration with her colleague Cala Coats (Arizona State University), published volume 39 of the journal November 15, 2022. The edition’s theme is “Rethinking Ritual Eco...
Faculty honored for work and leadership inside and outside Farmer School classrooms
Nearly three dozen Farmer School faculty were honored last week for their efforts.
Junior Faculty and Graduate Students Take Part in HCWE’s Fall 2022 Writing Hours
During the months of September and October, the Howe Center for Writing Excellence hosted two separate sets of writing hours for two distinct populations of writers on Miami's campus: graduat...
Theatre Professor and Chair Matt Omasta publishes “Data-Based Analysis of Diversity and Equity in Theatre for Young Audience Companies”
There is an urgent need for Theatres for Young Audiences to produce plays that share the stories and experiences of people of color and to ensure works by playwrights of color are produced regularl...
Miami University receives a RAPIDS grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to advance manufacturing and robotics in the region
Miami University has been awarded a $308,750 RAPIDS grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to advance manufacturing in the region.
Miami premed student uses research on cardiometabolic health to promote exercise in the greater Oxford community
Alexandra Bagg ‘23 prepares for medical school through her analysis of the impacts that e-bikes have on older adults’ glucose levels.
“We solve our client's biggest issues” EY’s Raj Sharma on the future of business
Taking the business from nothing to $10 billion took less than 15 years. How long to $15 billion?
‘Common goal’ on display at Original Lilly Conference
Miami University hosts event for 41st year
Fewer supply chain woes, but inflation, staffing could impact holiday shopping
Holiday shopping isn't quite back to 2019 levels, but expect to see more people in stores than the last two seasons.
Miami University Rocket Propulsion Laboratory team selected to compete at 2023 Spaceport America Cup competition
Miami University’s Rocket Propulsion Laboratory (MURPL) was recently selected as the 56th team to compete at the 2023 Spaceport America Cup this summer.
Cincinnati Symphony Brass Institute highlighted in Fanfare Magazine
The Cincinnati Symphony Brass Institute is an auditioned, one-week brass-intensive program provided at no cost to students.
Miami University senior Jasmine Tran attends Future Leaders in Chemical Science award symposium for undergraduate researchers
Miami University senior Jasmine Tran recently attended the Future Leaders in Chemical Science award symposium and presented her research on predicting physical properties.
FSB entrepreneurship program among top 10 in world in new Princeton Review rankings
This is the first year for the program to rank in the top 10 overall, and the 15th year the program is in the top 10 public undergraduate programs
Miami Graduate Students Head to Vancouver to Present at the International Writing Centers Association Annual Conference 2022
The Howe Center emphasizes that writing is collaborative, and as such, so is the scholarship surrounding it. From October 27 through October 29, 2022, three graduate students at Miami University...
Faculty Research Profile: Saruna Ghimire
Focusing on the study of healthy aging among diverse communities, Saruna Ghimire collaborates with researchers in Nepal, Australia and Bangladesh.
Ryan Soskin: Learning to build startups from the inside
Ryan Soskin got the confidence to start his own company by helping small companies grow
Steal the Street author Dr. Mark Mussman educates the public about homelessness and gentrification in Cincinnati
Mussman (Western Program ‘01) discusses Cincinnati’s current state of homelessness and the housing crisis from his view as Director of Education at the Great Cincinnati Homeless Coalition.
Faculty Corner: Tricia Neu, BSN, DNP, RN, CDCES, CNP
Assistant Professor Tricia Neu on the launch of new graduate degrees.
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in October
Our editors' picks for October provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage.
Changing Conceptions, Changing Practices Celebrates Miami Faculty and Promotes Deep, Systemic Change in Writing Across Disciplines
Miami faculty have long been recognized as innovative teachers and teacher/scholars. Those characteristics are on full display to a national audience in a new book available now for pre-order, Chan...
This month’s Janus Forum to explore “Life after Roe: What Happens Next?”
Stephanie Grisham and Johanna Maska will present opposing perspectives on the Supreme Court’s seismic Dobbs decision.
Jason Abbitt and Carole Dabney-Smith receive Distinguished Teaching Award for Excellence in Graduate Instruction and Mentoring
They will be honored at a reception during the Graduate Research Forum Nov. 4
Miami Graduate Tuba Student selected to perform in the CSO
Miami graduate student John Miller was selected to perform as second tuba in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Associate Professor of Art History Andrew Casper awarded 2022 Roland H. Bainton Book Prize
The Roland H. Bainton Book Prizes are awarded yearly for the best books written in English within the time frame of 1450-1660 in four categories: Art and Music History, History and Theology, Litera...
Graduate Student Spotlight: Allie Filiatraut
Graduate student Allie Filiatraut has recently been hired as a Research and Development Engineer for Georgia-Pacific. She will be working with Dixie Products Group to design future retail in August...
Miami brings together women in STEM by hosting annual CIQS Day event
Miami celebrated Careers Involving Quantitative Skills (CIQS) Day on Oct. 7 by inviting female high school students from southwestern Ohio to an exclusive event where they can learn and work with w...
Cincinnati Public Schools, Miami University expand partnership to address teacher shortage, diversity among educators
The pilot TEACh Cincinnati partnership expands to all CPS high schools over the next five years
Law firm taps FSB expert to train law students in design thinking
A Cincinnati law firm reached out to David Eyman to give summer associates lessons in design thinking
Beyond High Street: Will Grant
A 2017 finance graduate is Jenny Darroch's latest guest.
Farmer School alum touts power of connection in life, business
If you are alone, are you feeling lonely, or are you enjoying solitude?
Farmer School alum named CEO of Fortune 500 company
Stephanie Ferris will add CEO to her president role at FIS next year
'This was a really, really wonderful experience:' Startup Weekend 2022 brings ideas to life
It was a big weekend for big ideas to take shape at the Farmer School of Business.
Miami students take part in Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
Twelve Miami students recently traveled to Orlando, FL to attend Grace Hopper Celebration, a three-day conference where they were able to gather with other women in computing and participate in a v...
HCWE Staff Welcome Local and National Advisory Boards to the Howe Center for Writing Excellence
King Library was abuzz with excitement in the week leading up to the Howe Center for Writing Excellence’s National Advisory Board meeting--the first in-person event since 2019. Donors Roger a...
Katherine Setser selected as 2022 recipient of the ASID Design Luminary Award
The national award recognizes an individual or organization for advancing the interior design profession through outstanding education, advocacy, research, or promotion
Hamilton Campus leader worked to create and strengthen connections with the community
Panel: People, processes key to cybersecurity success
A trio of experts told Miami University students that good processes and a passion for the work are important components for anyone working in the cybersecurity field
Beyond High Street: Suraj Maraboyina
The 2001 political science graduate works in the financing of Hollywood movies and shows.
Steal The Street, a talk on homelessness and gentrification with author Dr. Mark Mussman, slated for Oct 18
Free, public event is hosted by Miami University’s Western Center for Social Impact and Innovation
Effort to recover Indigenous language also revitalizes culture, history and identity
In recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the U.S., The Conversation turned to Daryl Baldwin, a citizen of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma who is a leader in Native American language and cultu...
Farmer School students win General Motors supply chain case competition
FSB team takes first among 19 teams in Detroit.
Early College programs reduce equity gaps and increase access in higher education
Campus Mentors offers a win-win partnership for Early College programs on college campuses
Dinesh and ILA Paliwal help advance Miami with $2 million gift to Engineering and Computing
Endowment will go toward establishing named deanship and scholarship
Beyond Ready: FSB trio earns roles at Boston Consulting Group
Three Farmer School seniors are heading to Boston Consulting Group for their first job after graduation.
Miami University initiative receives $5M to address ongoing mental health crisis in Ohio K-12 schools
New School-Based Center of Excellence will prioritize statewide prevention and early intervention for students and staff
Supply chain troubles bring valuable new insights for companies
The problems faced by supply chain firms over the last two years also brought a silver lining of new information and insights to improve the industry.
Miami staff member Jeff Gutowski receives CEC Outstanding Staff Award
Jeff Gutowski, a Network Support Specialist at Miami University’s College of Engineering and Computing, has recently received the CEC Outstanding Staff Award for his dedication to his job.
Meredith Erb and Monica Schneider named 2022 Distinguished Educators for the College of Arts and Science
Erb’s public lecture is scheduled for Oct 4; Schneider’s will be held Oct. 25
Alumni, faculty describe best, worst career advice they have received
We asked faculty and alumni: What's the best and worst career advice you've received?
Howe Center Receives Three National Awards for Outstanding Writing Scholarship and Program Development
The Roger & Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence has earned three national awards in 2022 for outstanding writing scholarship and program development.
Miami Regionals highlights annual Citizenship and Democracy Week events
The Department of Justice and Community Studies hosts a week-long series of events discussing what history has taught us about democracy and what’s to come.
Miami receives Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine for third straight year
The national honor recognizes U.S. colleges and universities that show an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion
Beyond High Street: Michelle Herrick
A chat with Michelle Herrick, Head of Real Estate Banking, JP Morgan Chase
U.S. News & World Report selects Miami University as a top 50 public school
Miami is among leaders in Best Undergraduate Teaching
3 Miamians named to Cincy Inno 5 Under 25 list
Two Miami University students and a recent graduate are three of the five people on Cincy Inno's 5 Under 25 list for 2022.
Farmer School recommends interim chair of accountancy
A longtime member of the Farmer School faculty has been recommended to lead the Department of Accountancy through the 2023-24 school year.
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in August
Our editors' picks for August provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage
FSB welcomes new cohort of Ryan Family Scholars
Three new Ryan Family Scholars have taken their place at the Farmer School of Business.
Miami alumni’s creation rocketing from outerwear to outer space
A special insulation created by a pair of Miami graduates is heading to space.
Why join a business organization or fraternity? Let's ask the experts
Members of business organizations and fraternities explain what they get out of the experience.
Stacey Lowery Bretz honored with national award for the teaching of chemistry
Bretz is recognized with the 2022 James Flack Norris Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of Chemistry by the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society
Student loan forgiveness: Miami experts react to President Biden’s announcement
“It is a big deal"
Auditions for Fall 2022 Theatre Productions
Miami University Theatre invites students to audition for fall 2022 productions. Angel's Trumpet seeks four actors, two male-presenting and two female-presenting. The play focuses on the relat...
Miami’s LSAMP program receives national award honoring its support for underrepresented students
INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine recognizes Miami’s commitment to enable more students of color to explore its array of STEM programs.
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