Miami will hold in-person commencement May 13-16
Miami University President Gregory Crawford announced today that the university intends to hold in-person commencement ceremonies for its more than 4,000 graduates May 13-16, while also live-streaming the ceremonies for those unable to attend in person. 
Miami recognized as Age-Friendly University
Miami University has been accepted into the Age-Friendly University (AFU) global network, comprising more than 70 universities that have endorsed the 10 Age-Friendly University Principles and committed themselves to becoming more age-friendly in their programs and policies.
Through the Lens: Pushing through the pandemic
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the governor’s March 2020 stay-at-home order, we take a look back on our shared experience. Click through our photo gallery of 52 images captured by Scott Kissell, senior university photographer, and Jeff Sabo, director of university photographic services.
Miami receives national award for investing in supplier diversity
"At Miami University, supplier diversity means building a strong commitment to creating and maintaining a supply chain that ensures the inclusion of diverse groups in strategic sourcing and procurement plans, including women and minority-owned businesses," said Mark Taylor, chief procurement officer.
Miami will return to in-person classes and operations for Fall 2021
Miami University President Gregory Crawford announced today that the university will return to in-person classes and operations by Fall 2021.
Miami University's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition winners
Caroline Reges, Obed Dodo, Charles Xie and Anindita Laz Banti placed in the top three, and People's Choice in the Miami University Three Minute Thesis competition held Feb. 24.
Nethmi De Alwis receives Global Marie Curie Fellowship for post-doctoral research
The highly competitive fellowship will allow De Alwis to work in the lab group of Athina Anasasaki, assistant professor of polymer materials, at ETH Zurich, university for science and technology in Zurich, Switzerland.
Miami University dedicates Nellie Craig Walker Hall after first Black graduate
The Oxford native graduated from Miami in 1905, having earned a two-year teaching certificate. She became the first Black educator to student teach in the community’s public schools to a mixed-race class.  Now, she is the first woman of color to have a building named in her honor at Miami.
Miami dedicates residence hall lobbies to honor slain Freedom Summer activists
Michael Schwerner, 24, James Chaney, 21, and Andrew Goodman, 20, were among approximately 800 volunteers who trained at the Western College for Women, which is now part of Miami’s Western campus. Miami President Gregory Crawford said that history is now part of Miami’s heritage, and that the spaces were dedicated “to honor their lives and elevate their example.”
Promotion and tenure granted to 62
Miami University's board of trustees approved the promotion and/or tenure of 62 faculty members and librarians at its Feb. 19 meeting. The actions take effect July 1, 2021.
Trustees approve six new degree programs and award 62 faculty promotion and/or tenure
Miami University's board of trustees approved the establishment of six new degree programs, as well as 62 faculty for promotion and/or tenure during its regular business meeting held Friday, Feb. 19.
Miami University names Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins spring commencement speaker
Dr. Jefferson-Jenkins, former president of League of Women Voters and voting rights activist ( and a 1974 Western College for Women alumna) to speak May 15