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Be a "Customer Service Excellence Certified" Business with Online Course
The Department of Commerce through Miami University Regionals E-Campus has designed an online four-week course to help you and your employees create the best first impression. The Creating a Culture of Customer Service Excellence microcredential course runs online from June 7 to July 2 and costs $200.
Michael Glass receives 2021 Nursing Graduate of the Last Decade Award
Born in Hawaii into a Navy family, Michael Glass credits his father's 25-year career as a Corpsman for sparking his interest in healthcare, and his mother's example as a seeker of knowledge and wisdom.
Miami Regionals graduate to continue educational experience with summer internship in Brazil
But unlike many of his classmates, when Baumlein, a commerce major, crosses the stage with the Class of 2021 his education will continue with the next step in his journey: a three-month internship in logistics and the import/export business with Grupo Pinho in Brazil.
Nursing alumni spotlight on Nichole Lawson
As a single teenage mother living in her car (with her two-year old son), Nichole Lawson didn’t have many options available before finding Miami University Regionals.
Miami University Regionals, UC Clermont ink articulation agreement
University of Cincinnati Clermont students who graduate with an associate degree in information technology now have a direct pathway to the information technology bachelor's de­gree program at Miami University Regionals.
'Amazing people' led Hamilton native to Miami Regionals' nursing, veterans programs
Hamilton native Becky Ortman, a 2020 graduate of Miami University Regionals nursing program, comes from a military family, with both her older brother and sister having served.
CLAAS Recognition Ceremony student speaker overcame obstacles to reach graduation
Making the choice to start a college education is a big decision for anyone. As the single mother of three children, Carol Combs' decision to go to college meant juggling a job, time for family, plus studying for a degree, an undertaking many would describe as daunting.
Emergency funds prove to be a lifeline to students after pandemic-induced income losses
The Student Emergency Needs Fund was put in place in March 2020, as the pandemic struck Ohio and began to wreak havoc on many students' livelihoods.
Miami University Regionals nursing student finds ways to advocate for patients through language, study-abroad experiences
Coming from what she calls a "large and complex family" - she was born to teenage parents and is the youngest of eight children - Mayo's love for science and learning about the human body coupled with helping to care for her younger siblings led her to nursing.