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Miami University Regionals' E-Campus team rises to the occasion
While most campuses across the country struggled to transition classes from face-to-face to online delivery due to COVID-19, faculty at Miami University Regionals were online in less than 10 days, thanks to Miami E-Campus.
Schedule change for upcoming events
Information on upcoming public events planned at Miami Regionals.
Miami Regionals earns Educational Advertising Award
Miami Regionals Office of Enrollment Marketing and Communication has won a merit award in the 35th Annual Educational Advertising Awards competition for its recently completed #MURLife video series.
One sister's experience leads another to College Credit Plus Program
Graduating high school early is an accomplishment, but graduating college a mere semester after graduating high school is unheard of, especially at the age of 18. Not for Salma Fleifil, who graduated from the Ohio Connections Academy, in December 2019, and is set to graduate from Miami University in May 2020.
A Professor's Passion for Service Reaches Beyond the Grounds of Miami Regionals
A deep love for education is what drives Dr. Jennifer Yamashiro to rise above and beyond the expectations of your everyday professor. No one can argue her expertise in her field of art history, but what sets Yamashiro apart is her passion for people and service.
Thirty-Five Earn Academic All-Conference Honors at Miami Regionals
The Ohio Regional Campus Conference (ORCC) has recognized 35 student-athletes at Miami Hamilton and Miami Middletown as Academic All-Conference for the fall semester.
Books on the Move
Although one can argue that it is both a blessing and a curse, there is no doubt that professors accumulate a lot of books.
Associate Degree Latest Achievement for The Voice of the RedHawks
For 31 years, Steve Baker has been involved in broadcasting Miami athletics. The Voice of the RedHawks has broadcast Miami radio, television, and online programs for football, basketball, and volleyball. For the past six years, amid the long hours of traveling, preparing, interviewing, editing, and being on air, he has also worked to achieve a very special goal. This December he will receive his associate's degree in humanities from Miami.
Undergraduate Summer Scholarship Sparks Year-Long Research Project
Alyssa Bley may not be your typical scientist. But what is a typical scientist? Bley, a Talawanda graduate, came one step closer to achieving her dream of a career as a scientist when she was awarded a Miami University Undergraduate Summer Scholarship earlier this year.