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New Chairs
The start of a semester brings changes to campus. In the case of three departments at Miami University Regionals, those changes come at the chair position.
Stints at Miami University Regionals lead to lifelong careers, successful 'Miami Merger'
Miami University Regionals taught Jim Marcum '89 'how to school'; it also helped him meet his wife, Terri Carter Marcum '88. Together, they went on to successful careers in education.
Riggs receives national recognition for SBDC work with Miami University Regionals
David Riggs, SBDC director at Miami Regionals, has been recognized by the Ohio SBDC network as its 2021 State Star, and is one of 62 people recognized in the nationwide SBDC network.
Miami Regionals unveils student wellness initiatives to support student success
The Regionals Health and Wellness Steering Committee was organized to address this critical need at Miami Regionals and its mission is to make students aware of programs and facilities on campus that are ready to help when they feel overwhelmed.
Miami Regionals attracts talented first-year students for fall of 2021
Amongst the stellar group of first-year students is Samuel Case and Vishnu Vengala who say affordability, academics, and athletics made Miami University Regionals the clear choice for them as they begin their college journey this fall (or next month).
Research opportunity opens new worlds for 2021 Miami Regionals graduate
Research and statistics weren't exactly her cup of tea, but once Brianna Stoll stepped outside her comfort zone, she discovered a new world of opportunities by working in the Autism Research Lab. Through her work as a research assistant, she gained significant experience, won prestigious awards, and established a professional network.
Miami University Regionals sports teams join U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association
After winning numerous state championships in the Ohio Regional Campus Conference, Hamilton and Middletown athletes now make the leap to join United States Collegiate Athletic Association.
Eligible Miami Regionals students can find support, resources through TRIO program
Amisha Walton found support through TRIO that made a huge difference and enabled her to continue her education at a time she might otherwise have dropped out.
Be a "Customer Service Excellence Certified" Business with Online Course
The Department of Commerce through Miami University Regionals E-Campus has designed an online four-week course to help you and your employees create the best first impression. The Creating a Culture of Customer Service Excellence microcredential course runs online from June 7 to July 2 and costs $200.