Center for Digital Scholarship turns big ideas into digital realities
From websites to digital archiving and geospatial analysis, the digital age has ushered in a new era of possibilities for creating, analyzing and sharing scholarship, but tapping into those opportunities takes the right team.
How the quality of care in Ohio's skilled nursing facilities compares
A recent study on the quality of care provided to residents on Medicaid in Ohio's nursing homes by researchers at Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center suggests room for improvement.
Outstanding Professor of the Year Amber Franklin makes room for focused learning
Amber Franklin, this 2017 Associated Student Government's Outstanding Professor of the Year, discovered that sometimes the right kind of space leads to the best teaching and learning.
Paddles in hand, a friend in their hearts: Ohio River journey to raise awareness, funds for suicide prevention
river-jackson-quinton-shore.jpgTwo Miami University students and a friend will embark on a 981-mile journey down the Ohio River in a canoe and kayak to raise awareness about mental health and funding for suicide prevention.
Miami professor says fidget toys becoming more common in K-12 classrooms
Fidget toys, such as spinners and cubes, have become a common sight in classrooms this spring.
Two Miami students named Goldwater Scholars; two honorable mentions
gs-banner.jpgJana Cable and Hannah Kempf each received a Goldwater Scholarship for 2017-2018.
Outlook promising for 2017 Miami graduates; four years of surveys show Miami grads stay in high demand
hat.gifMiami University will award 3,949 degrees Saturday, May 13, during a commencement ceremony that celebrates achievements and looks to the future.
Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," to perform during Family Weekend
Trevor-Noah-sm.jpgTrevor Noah, the host of Comedy Central's award-winning "The Daily Show," and New York Times best-selling author brings his stand up to Family Weekend at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, at Millet Hall. All seats are $45 (plus any additional service fees). Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m., EST Wednesday, May 31.
Miami grad success rate tops 96 percent
hat.gifWith commencement two weeks away (May 13), this year’s Miami University graduates may be encouraged by the success of last year’s grads: 96.3 percent of Miami Oxford students who graduated in 2015-2016 were employed or continuing their education by fall 2016.