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E-Fellows in Focus - Dr. Tracey Hoffman
Tracey Hoffman, PhD shares her research and experience as part of the E-Campus Fellowship program. Throughout her fellowship, Dr. Hoffman researched student perceptions of social presence in online courses within MUR's Prekindergarten Associate degree program.
E-Fellows in Focus - Dr. Barbara Oswald
Barbara Oswald, PhD shares her research and experience as part of the E-Campus Fellowship program. Throughout her fellowship, Dr. Oswald developed and disseminated as a peer-reviewed teaching resource on the Society for Teaching of Psychology website a set of 15 authentic assessments to use in an online Introduction to Biopsychology or Neuroscience course.
CIT students take problem-solving skills abroad
Miami University Regionals students can take advantage of a range of opportunities during their time on campus. One opportunity--the chance to study abroad--turns a dream for many students into a reality.
2020 Promotion and Tenure Honorees
Congratulations to the 2020 Promotion and Tenure Honorees.
Which Video Conferencing Tool Should I Use?
Not sure which video conferencing or recording tool is best for your online class? Learn our recommendations for which tool to use in different online learning scenarios.
Miami U. research provides new foundation for future environmental studies
A five-year, student-driven research project at Miami University and Miami University Regionals has produced a new foundation for regional environmental and pollution studies in Butler County and beyond.
Help Just in Time
Thank you for your support! One student shares her story on how the benefited from the Regionals Emergency Fund.
Miami Regionals has first applied biology graduate
When Saige Sparks crossed the Miami University virtual graduation stage on Saturday she became the first grad of Miami Regionals applied biology program.
Faculty Announces Virtual Events for College Exploration Process
In these Facebook Live events, Miami Regionals faculty members will discuss frequently asked questions prospective and first-year students have about the classroom experience. Audience questions are encouraged.