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Miami will return to in-person classes and operations for Fall 2021
Miami University President Gregory Crawford announced today that the university will return to in-person classes and operations by Fall 2021.
Undergraduate research focus of virtual alumni panel
During a virtual panel discussion, Regionals alumni will share their unique in field experiences and how these opportunities prepared them for their current career or graduate school on Wednesday, March 10 at 6 p.m.
AAUW's Middletown branch blazing trails for women in Middletown and beyond
When the pandemic took hold last year, a number of students found themselves without resources to meet the basic needs of food and shelter, much less tuition and books. Fortunately for several students, dollars from the Regionals Student Emergency Fund were there to assist them. Among the contributors to aid in meeting those needs was the American Association of University Women – Middletown branch. Their gift of $1,150 scholarship helped with tuition, books and other life necessities made a difference for two students this year.
Miami University Regionals announces textbook scholarship
Students looking to get a leg up on book expenses for fall 2021 will get that help, thanks to an initiative being offered by Miami University Regionals.
Merch & Mingle virtual programs offer a fun way to explore Miami University Regionals
Miami University Regionals Admission Counselors and E-Campus team up to offer a fun and interactive way to do college exploration in 30 minutes via a virtual format. Score Miami merchandise while learning about Miami Regionals and our online programs.
On-Campus Talk & Tours Resume at Miami University Regionals
Miami University Regionals is resuming on-campus Talk & Tours for prospective students beginning March 1.
Harry Brooks: The Passing of a Founder
Miami University Regionals was saddened to learn of the passing of Harry F. Brooks, the first chair of what is today the Commerce Department, on January 19 at the age of 98.
Miami University's Dialogues On Democracy Series Begins February 22
Miami University’s spring Dialogues on Democracy virtual series begins Monday, February 22, at 7 p.m. with attorney, author and law faculty member Richard Paschal, the author of Jim Crow in North Carolina just released by Carolina Academic Press.
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.