Human element key to Marvel Comics' success, Miami professor says
A lifelong Stan Lee fan, Bob Batchelor taught himself to read through the pages of borrowed Spider-Man comic books.
Five siblings, one school — Miami — and, yes, all at the same time
Imagine having five children attending Miami University at the same time. John and Jennifer Ridge don’t need to imagine it — they're living it. "It's close, it's convenient, it's a great school, especially for business," said Jennifer Ridge, a dermatologist who practices in Middletown and in Oxford once a month. "It's worked out well for our family."
Creative teaching earns Miami No. 1 public university ranking for faculty commitment
It is faculty commitment to teaching that gives Miami University its No. 1 ranking among public colleges in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Miami professor testifies on Capitol Hill about evolution of the health insurance system
Melissa Thomasson, the Julian Lange Professor of Economics at Miami University, testified on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Sept. 6, about the evolution of the health insurance market in the United States and its effect on health care costs.
Miami University's unsung heroes receive honors from United Way of Oxford
Miami University student Brittany Smith and members of the Classified Personnel Advisory Committee (CPAC) received Unsung Hero awards from United Way of Oxford at a ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 30.
More than 280 employers to attend fall Career Fair 2017
Miami University students of all majors, and especially those graduating by August 2018, will have an opportunity to explore job opportunities with regional and national employers at Career Fair 2017, one of the largest events of its type in the country.
Miami University and Cincinnati Public Schools partner to increase enrollment of diverse students
Miami University and Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) are partnering to increase the number of academically talented and diverse students from the region who pursue and complete a college degree.
Miami University receives more than $1 million from the National Science Foundation for new research equipment
Miami University received two grant awards, totaling nearly $1.1 million, in the 2017 round of competition for the National Science Foundation's Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) program. The national rate of success for proposals submitted to the program is only 20 percent.
Well-being: the personal side of student success
Miami University is more deliberately connecting care for students' physical, mental and emotional health. The intention: help students understand and maintain the personal aspect of student success - their own well-being.