Ten new things students will see this fall semester
Miami students will see some changes on campus this fall. Here are 10 of them.
Five new things for sustainability at Miami this fall
From the new Climate Action Task Force to sustainability during the pandemic, sustainability at Miami will advance even further this year.
Mid-American Conference announces postponement of fall sports
The Mid-American Conference (MAC) has announced the postponement of all scheduled fall contests, as well as MAC championships, due to continuing concerns related to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Opening Minds through Art masks feature designs made by elders with dementia
Since May, Opening Minds through Art (OMA) has been selling cloth masks featuring 29 different artistic designs created by participants in Miami University’s award-winning intergenerational art program for people with dementia.
The story of Miami and the Miami Tribe is one of passion for education and revitalization
It’s been 24 years now since Miami University became the Miami RedHawks, but it’s been almost 50 years since the beginning of a new relationship between the university and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
Miami recognized for excellence in design by University and College Designers Association
Miami University Communications and Marketing (UCM) won two Excellence Awards in the University and College Designers Association (UCDA) Design Awards - Print and Digital Competition.
$1 million fund to advance diversity, equity and inclusion development efforts
President Gregory Crawford today announced a new $1 million fund to support, diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at Miami University, with possible applications for wider society.
The road to freedom through southwest Cincinnati: Student project highlights region’s Underground Railroad ties
Hidden on a quiet country road five miles from Oxford, the Historic Hopewell Church straddles Butler and Preble counties in College Corner Township.
Miami University to offer phased-in return-to-campus plan
Due to the changing dynamics of the COVID-19 virus in Ohio and throughout the United States, Miami University is now offering a variety of options to Oxford students for a phased-in approach to the start of the fall semester.