Miami's herbarium home to about 650,000 dried plants - and no beetles
herb-mike-vincent.jpgMike Vincent is in search of coffee - but not the kind to fill his cup.
Symphony Orchestra concert May 4 features cellist Ronald Crutcher, world premiere of "Arcade Variations," concerto competition winners and more. And it's free.
muso-crutcher-cello.jpgThe Miami University Symphony Orchestra, directed by Ricardo Averbach, closes its centennial season with a special free concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, in Hall Auditorium.
PayScale puts Miami's ROI at No. 1 in Ohio; Money magazine ranks Miami among top 25 in U.S.
Miami University is the No. 1 public university in Ohio by return on investment according to a just-released report by PayScale Inc. The 2017 rankings are based on in-state tuition.
Twenty-three students earn President's Distinguished Service Award
Miami University President Gregory Crawford honored 23 students for their contributions to campus and the community through service and leadership.
Proactive advising, economic impact, new degrees at trustee meeting
Efforts to continually improve student success at Miami University include converging areas of data analytics and personal advising.
Ancient flask leads Miami anthropologist to historical discovery
flask-sm.gifMiami University anthropologist Jeb Card helped unlock a key to ancient Maya politics and political boundaries with a seventh-century flask found in Tazumal, El Salvador.
Linda Marchant awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
marchant-goodall-gombe-national-park.jpgLinda Marchant, professor of anthropology, was awarded Miami University's prestigious Benjamin Harrison Medallion.
Janus Forum, rescheduled for April 27, to feature Heather Mac Donald and Martin O'Malley
The Janus Forum returns to Miami's Oxford campus on April 27, with Heather Mac Donald and Martin O'Malley discussing their views on the topic, “Can Both Black and Blue Lives Matter?"
Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced
distinguished-scholar-plaque.jpgMiami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2017 have been presented to David Berg, professor of biology; Jonathan Strauss, professor of French and Italian; and Janardin Subedi, professor of sociology and gerontology.