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01/09/2018
Miami Regionals Hosts Annual Winter Recharge Conference
A day of personal rejuvenation and professional development for faculty and staff.
12/01/2017
Ivy Sheppard's Presentation Canceled at Miami Regionals
The presentation featuring Ivy Sheppard has been canceled for December 6.
11/29/2017
Verity Traditions Explores History of Middletown's WPFB-AM and WPFB-FM
John Kiesewetter looks at 70 years of Middletown radio.
11/28/2017
Etched Glass Workshop Offered on Dec. 16
Miami University Regionals' Middletown Campus will hold a hands-on Chemistry and Glass Ornaments Workshop with Mandy Stewart and Janelle Duncan from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16 in Levey Hall Rooms 209/213.
11/20/2017
Reza Abrishambaf Earns John Fallon Early Teaching Award
Dr. Reza Abrishambaf, assistant professor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology at Miami University Regionals, has won the Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges' (OATYC) 2017 John Fallon Early Teaching Award.
11/08/2017
Miami Regionals Celebrates National Native American Heritage Month
Featuring guest speakers Tyrone Smith II and Masami Smith.
10/31/2017
Congressman Warren Davidson to speak at Veterans Day Tribute
Please join us to honor our community's veterans and their service.
10/27/2017
Student Spotlight: Josh Sweet
Josh is now a triple major student, pursuing Community Arts at the Regionals as well as Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at Oxford. On top of having three majors, Josh also is very involved with campus life.
10/24/2017
Month of Human Rights and Social Justice Events Scheduled at Miami Regionals
Miami University Regionals is sponsoring a number of events for its annual Human Rights and Social Justice Month, beginning on Nov. 2. Events will take place on both the Middletown and Hamilton campuses as well as at the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester. The Hamilton Campus events in particular will have a special focus of the impact of life sentences on prisoners and their families. All events are free and open to the public.