In her novel Beheld, TaraShea Nesbit brings to life voices normally kept silent in history
Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres. When I heard that TaraShea Nesbit of Miami University had a new novel about the Plymouth settlers, I could not resist taking a much-needed reading adventure.
One Spanish language student marvels at her remote learning experience
As Miami University quickly had to shift its curriculum to an online platform due to COVID-19, the Spanish department didn’t miss a step and created virtual spaces where students could practice their Spanish.
Andy Zeisler has helped Miami become a leader in disability services
Andy Zeisler couldn't have guessed that working as a resident assistant in Havighurst Hall would lead to a 31-year career at Miami University supporting students with disabilities.
Coming to a classroom near you: team-based learning
Kristen Budd, associate professor of sociology and gerontology, is turning traditional classroom group work on its head with a teaching strategy called team-based learning.
How does avian decline affect the Midwest?
Faculty member Dave Russell, one of a handful of master bird banders in the country, works to improve birds' odds of survival.
What looks the way you feel?
Donna Danoff, a Miami University graduate student pursuing a master's degree in social work, uses photography to aid healing.
Caroline Grace Williams has two jobs: represent Miami University and Ohio
Caroline Grace Williams may not have grown up in Ohio, but as the newly crowned Miss Ohio, she will now represent the state for the next year.
What's on the menu today? Ashley Tacy knows
Rather than going into a clinical role at a hospital or other healthcare systems like many dietitians, Ashley Tacy chose the food service management route.
Julia Robinson wants children to fall in love with nature
Julia Robinson is the director of the Cecilia Berg Center for Environmental Education and the senior project manager and museum educator at the Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History.