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CLAAS' Recognition Ceremony Announces Keynote Speaker Bob Fairchild
"Miami Regionals provided me with a strong foundation and enabled me to succeed in all of my positions," Fairchild said. His passion for his work and his drive for success was brought about by his willingness to take risks.
Miami Regionals Applauds Graduate Patrick Adams' Path to Chief of Staff at Fairview Health
Patrick Adams is the Chief of Staff to the CEO of Fairview Health Services in Minneapolis and remarks, "This is a dream job for this point in my career."
Microbes, QAs, methane: Top to bottom
Recent grants support D.J. Ferguson's and Xin Wang's research on the hidden life of microbes.
ShredFest Returns to Miami in April and May
ShredFest is your opportunity to bring confidential office and personal documents for secure, on-site shredding.
McCutcheon Wins First Place for Guitar Concerto
Guitar faculty James McCutcheon was awarded first place in the 2019 Adult Composers Competition, sponsored by the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Foundation for the Advancement of Music.
Miami students take alternatives to spring break and volunteer
Service learning projects take Miami University students across the country during spring break 2019.
Five Fun, Free Things at Miami in March
Miami Matters brings you five fun, free things to do at Miami in March.
Nothing is Impossible: A Journey with Carol Combs
Combs is a Hamilton native who graduated from Hamilton High School in 2000. After 17 years of being out of school, Combs decided to enroll at Miami Regionals as a nontraditional student. This decision was a big one and it wasn't easy for her. Combs has a son, Grayson, who was born with a rare brain condition called Lissencephaly which led Combs to join the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
A Day in the Life #5: Regional Director of Diversity and Multicultural Services
If you are a student, faculty or staff you've most likely seen Dr. Bennyce Hamilton on the Regionals smiling, chatting it up in the hallways, libraries, hangout spots or running events on campus like Taste of Soul. The impact she's had on campus is huge but she's also let that impact overflow into the surrounding communities.