Curiosity leads engineering students to redesign Pulley Tower systems
bells.jpg Engineering students Aaron Pittenger (left), Brandon Withrow (right) and Brian Breitsch (not pictured) redesigned the Pulley Tower electronic control systems (photo by Elizabeth Runyon). Like other Miami students, Aaron Pittenger wondered about the music he heard when he walked around campus. During a communications class, he went to the Pulley To
Campaign For Love and Honor surpasses $500 million goal
Love and Honor indeed. The Miami University campaign For Love and Honor, the most successful fundraising effort in university history, has surpassed its $500 million goal. The campaign will officially conclude Dec. 31, 2013. The opportunity remains for alumni, friends, faculty and staff to share in the campaign’s success by adding to its si
Miami students win Gilman scholarships for study abroad
Four Miami University students have received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to help fund their summer and fall study abroad experiences. The nationally competitive scholarships are awarded twice a year. Now in its 13th year, the scholarship program is designed to help undergraduates with financial need study abroad. The program also
LGBT consumers not "one-size-fits-all" says Miami professor
A "one-size-fits-all" approach appears to not be the best practice when marketing to the LGBT consumer. Miami University's Gillian Oakenfull suggests that tailored communication recognizing differences between lesbians and gay men would be more impactful. In her recently released study published in the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing (2013)