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Judy Reeb Klamo Reflects on Being First Student at Miami Hamilton
On September 9, 1968, Judy Reeb Klamo, the first student of Miami Regionals' Hamilton campus, stepped onto the campus in hopes to achieve her dreams of becoming an educator. Even though the buildings werenÂ’t complete, and the classrooms weren't finished, that didn't stop Klamo from being excited about the future to come.
Alumni Spotlight: Jeanne (Hacker) Pence '76
Since Jeanne (Hacker) Pence graduated from Miami Regionals' Middletown campus in 1976, she has worn many different hats. From being a registered nurse for 38 years to being a Nebraska State Senator for 4 years, Pence has led a fascinating and productive professional life. As she explains it, "If the door was open, I walked through it."
Hamilton Campus Announces 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
The 2018 class of inductees includes Ed McCoy, Women's Basketball Coach; Kyle Bowlin, Baseball; Christy Schoen Becker, Volleyball and Will McCray, Men's Basketball.
Greta Burkart honored with Miami Regionals Alumni Masters Award
Miami University Regionals Alumni & Students (MURALS) honored Dr. Greta Burkhart with the second annual Miami Regionals Alumni Masters Award.
Alumni Spotlight: Josh Hodges '11
Josh Hodges had a long path to owning a law firm, and Miami Regionals has played a big part in his journey ever since he applied in 2005.
Miami Regionals' Middletown Campus Announces 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Miami University Regionals' Middletown campus Athletic Hall of Fame will induct its twelfth class at a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Miriam G. Knoll Community Center.
Alumni Spotlight: Eleanor (Ellie) Yeager Gilmore '72
Eleanor (Ellie) Yeager Gilmore began her journey at Miami University Regionals' Middletown campus in January of 1970. As a first generation college student, Ellie believes that, if not for MUM, she would not have been able to go to college.
Alumni Spotlight: Tim Carberry '74
Timothy (Tim) Carberry began his journey at Miami Regionals' Middletown campus in September of 1970. For Tim, a Springboro High School graduate, to be able to get a four-year degree from Miami Middletown meant everything to him. It allowed him to live at home and still complete his education.
Tony Hale: The Music of Home Brought Him Back to MUM
Tony began his Miami experience on the Middletown Campus in the fall of 1989, and took classes there through fall 1991 while working on his degree in Marketing. He began commuting to Oxford in spring 1992, and then was accepted into the Scholar Leader Program, living in Elliott Hall during his senior year.