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Miami Regionals robotics technology major provides hands-on, collaborative experiences
Known as machine learning, the development of robotic technologies has led to a greater demand for engineering technologists that have the hands-on skills to develop, design and implement solutions for robotic applications. Miami University Regionals’ recently launched bachelor’s degree program in robotics engineering technology was designed to help meet that demand.
Digital commerce and sales management majors added to Miami Regionals commerce program
Miami University Regionals has added two new majors – digital commerce and sales management – to its Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree program, joining small business management.
Miami University Regionals earns three Education Digital Marketing Awards
Miami Regionals’ Marketing and Communications team has been honored with three awards in the 8th Annual Education Digital Marketing Awards competition.
We are #FirstGenProud of our First-Generation Students
Miami Regionals is proud to highlight our students who are the first in their family to attend college. Each student shares their experience on what being a first-generation student means to them and puts meaning behind #FirstGenProud.
Students share gratitude with Middletown Rotarians
Without the generous support of our alumni and the community, financial aid at Miami University Regionals would not be possible.
10 Things That Made 2020 Unforgettable at Miami Regionals
Our list is simple, highlighting several powerful moments of courage and triumph in the face of a global pandemic.
Miami University Regionals announces textbook scholarship
Offered in conjunction with its Regional Exploration Days, the $250 per semester book scholarship will be offered to eligible students who attend one of the two remaining virtual events.
Miami University Regionals faculty duo receive book award
Drs. Theresa Kulbaga and Leland Spencer recently received an award for their book on sexual justice language and policy in higher education around the concept of consent.
Miami Regionals alumnus recognized by Crain's "Cleveland Business"
Miles Senior is recognized by Crain's "Cleveland Business" as one of the Twenty in Their 20s, and the country's youngest payment system risk subject-matter expert. He completed his Miami bachelor's in liberal studies in 2017 while doing an internship with the Federal Reserve.