Professor Rodney Coates awarded the President's Medal
The professor of critical race and ethnic studies was presented with the award “in recognition of his extraordinary service to Miami University and the entire Miami Community."
Miami U. pitcher Sam Bachman selected 9th overall by Los Angeles Angels
Bachman becomes the first RedHawk to be selected in the first round of the MLB Draft in school history and is the highest Miami student-athlete drafted since basketball player Wally Szczerbiak was picked sixth in 1999.
Miami's Student Life among 'Most Promising Places to Work'
Miami University was named one of the top 30 "Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs" by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. The list was published in the June 10, 2021 issue of the magazine.
Did you know Miami offers a variety of fully online graduate degrees and certificates?
Did you know that Miami University offers eight fully online graduate degree programs and four graduate certificates through Miami Online? Programs are open to degree and non-degree seeking students.
Xin Wang receives NSF CAREER grant for photosynthesis redesign research
Wang was awarded more than $895,000 for five years for his research on photosynthesis improvement, using a photosynthetic cyanobacterium (blue-green algae) as a model system.
In memoriam: Anne Hopkins, former provost and interim president of Miami University
Anne Hopkins, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Miami University from 1994-1998, died last weekend in Jacksonville, Florida. She was 79.
Building Connections: Learn about Miami University's new building and renovation projects
Miami University’s Oxford campus is growing with the construction of two new academic buildings — the first since the Farmer School of Business was built in 2009 — and an indoor equestrian center. The renovation of the College@Elm building in partnership with the City of Oxford will revitalize an area along College Avenue and Elm Street uptown.
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in June
Our editors' picks for June provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage of Miamians in the news.
In memoriam: David Shrider, associate professor of finance
David Shrider, associate professor of finance at Miami University and director of Global Business Initiatives, died June 25 in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve in Alaska.
Miami University trustees approve salary increases, budget for fiscal year 2021-22
The Miami University board of trustees approved a 2% salary improvement pool and honorariums for employees and the budget for 2021-22 fiscal year on Friday, June 25.
Miami, city of Oxford receive JobsOhio Vibrant Community Grant for visionary College@Elm project
Miami University and the city of Oxford will receive $1.5 million in assistance from a JobsOhio Vibrant Community grant for a startup initiative that will create more than 50 Ohio jobs, bolster a distressed rural economy, and attract new businesses to Oxford.
Butler County Historic Marker Unveiling Ceremony
Several years of work led by Miami University's Truth and Reconciliation Project culminated with a narrative historic marker that is now a permanent fixture in the City of Oxford. An unveiling ceremony was held Monday, June 21, in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park uptown.