More than 90% of Miami University students vaccinated against COVID-19
Nearly 92% of students and more than 80% of employees on Miami University’s Oxford campus have received a COVID-19 vaccine, further evidence of the university community’s commitment to protecting the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff.
Ask the expert: Social media-spurred challenges and destructive behaviors
A rise in destructive student behaviors encouraged by social media trends on platforms such as TikTok are occurring in many school districts. Miami University College of Education, Health and Society educational leadership faculty and experts are available to help schools address these and related issues.
Department of Education awards $2.5M to Miami University to provide critical support for Ohio's K-12 English language learners
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded $2.5M to Miami University to support the Preparing English Learner Educational Allies (PELEA) program and improve English language instruction across southwest Ohio.
Miami's plant scientists use the glowing properties of plant cells to turn a problem into a benefit for plant microscopy
A major insight was using something most people consider a problem in plant microscopy - autofluorescence - to our advantage, the scientists said. Stunning images are created in the process.
Miami's inaugural Freedom Film Festival features a conversation with Reginald Hudlin and Wil Haygood
Miami University will host its inaugural Freedom Film Festival Nov. 8-12, following the presentation of the Freedom Summer of ‘64 Award to Hollywood film producer Reginald Hudlin on Sunday, Nov. 7.
Day of Reflection: Commemorating 175th anniversary of the Miami Tribe's removal from their homelands
"This ground beneath our feet is home, a place where countless generations of our ancestors left footprints as they lived their lives until a fateful period in the history of this country," Chief Lankford said. "And though Myaamia people had lived in this vast homeland region since time immemorial, the stroke of (President Andrew Jackson’s) pen permanently altered our destiny."
"Industrial Strength Bluegrass" - an initiative of Miami Regionals Appalachian Studies program - wins 2021 Album of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association
'Industrial Strength Bluegrass" won 2021 Album of the Year by the International Bluegrass Association (IBA), announced Sept. 29. The landmark recording on the Smithsonian Folkways label was produced by local musician and broadcaster Joe Mullins in March, in a collaboration with the Miami University Regionals Appalachian Studies program.
Your Shot to Win in-state tuition prize goes to Miami senior
Miami University senior Wilson Maier was in class when he opened the email. Then he almost fell out of his chair as he realized he had just been awarded a semester of in-state tuition for uploading his vaccine records. 
Myaamia Center's Daryl Baldwin confirmed to National Council on the Humanities
Baldwin is a leader in Native American language and cultural revitalization.
Family of Miami student who suffered a stroke credits doctors and quick actions of housemates for speedy recovery
Miami University junior Will Olson suffered a stroke the night of Tuesday, Sept. 7, while relaxing with friends at their South Campus Avenue house. Thanks to his housemates’ quick actions, Olson was back at school less than a week later with no sign of mental or physical deficit.
Join Miami for Day of Reflection Oct. 11 recognizing the historic trauma experienced by the Myaamia people
Miami University will hold a Day of Reflection on Oct. 11 to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the Miami Tribe’s removal from their homelands, which include what is today Oxford, Ohio
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in September
Our editors' picks for September provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage: