Miami alumnus Rick McVey 1981 ensures expansion of Miami's transdisciplinary data science program with a $20 million gift to fund visionary new building
Miami University has announced a $20 million gift from Rick McVey ’81 which will fund a construction of a new data science building on Miami's Oxford campus. President Greg Crawford underscored that this gift is central to making Miami's vision of creating an academic epicenter for data science a reality.
President Greg Crawford: Our Miami mission holds us together
Miami University is poised to "write a new chapter of learning, discovery, creativity, justice, and service" thanks to the university's resilience, commitment to students, and creativity, said President Crawford during his state of the university annual address.
Joe Madison to receive Freedom Summer of '64 Award at Miami's Diversity and Inclusion Conference Oct. 9
Less than a month before the presidential election, an intense focus on voting rights will come to Miami Oct. 9 when influential radio talk-show host Joe Madison gives the keynote address at Miami's virtual Diversity and Inclusion Conference, called "Across the Divide."
Miami waives parking permit fees for employees this academic year
Miami University employees will not be charged for parking permits this academic year. Parking enforcement will continue as usual, so permits are still required to park on campus.
Mid-American Conference announces fall football season to resume
The Mid-American Conference Council of Presidents, on the recommendation of the Medical Advisory Panel, today (Sept. 25) voted unanimously to resume the fall football season.
Miami University trustees approve new degree program in real estate, honor Miami's first Black graduate
The Miami University Board of Trustees approved a new bachelor's degree in business with a major in real estate at its regular meeting Friday, Sept. 25, the latest new degree program aimed at growing enrollment and preparing students for high-growth careers.
Miami University names building after first Black graduate
Nellie Craig was a trailblazer who broke new ground both at Miami University and in her community. Now, Miami's first Black graduate has a building named in her honor on the university's Oxford campus.
Miami’s department of teacher education guides student teachers and those now leading their own classrooms through unprecedented times
As Miami University resumes in-person classes this week, faculty and students are shifting gears — just as they did six months ago when the COVID-19 pandemic unexpectedly forced everyone to move online. Faculty in the College of Education, Health and Society have risen to the challenge to provide the best possible opportunities for future teachers — and new teachers like Emma Bradley (Miami ’20).
New Miami MiniMBA: Beyond Ready For the Future offers business credential program at no cost to alumni
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter the job market, Miami University is launching Miami MiniMBA: Beyond Ready For the Future, a series of free, online business modules that culminate in a Miami University professional certificate of completion.
Miami commits to carbon neutrality and climate resilience: Virtual PCLC signing ceremony Sept. 22
Join Miami President Greg Crawford, Second Nature's president Tim Carter, members of Miami's new Climate Action Task Force executive steering committee, the office of sustainability and the City of Oxford Mayor Mike Smith for a virtual ceremony at noon, Sept. 22.
Miami University is once again ranked a Top 50 national public university
Miami University is ranked No. 46 of best national public universities in the just-released U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges of 2021 guidebook.
Alicia Knoedler named Miami’s vice president for research and innovation
Alicia Knoedler will become Miami University’s vice president for research and innovation (VPRI) on Nov. 1. She is the former executive associate vice president for research and executive director of the Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment at the University of Oklahoma.