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Student Spotlight: Graham Reich
"Incredible experiences, memories, and opportunities" sum up Middletown native Graham Reich's time at Miami University.
Faculty Corner with Jennifer Rode
Since beginning her career in Miami University's Department of Nursing as an adjunct professor in 2006, she has been on the front lines of a program that has grown and expanded to include graduate degrees and a new, state-of-the-art Nursing Hub.
Student Spotlight: Christina Unversaw
Some people choose a career path based on their interests or personality. Others opt to follow in the footsteps of someone they admire, like a family member or teacher. For Christina Unversaw, the impetus to pursue a career in nursing came at a very difficult time.
English Studies program sees increasing interest from students
Launched in 2017, the English Studies (EGS) program offered at Miami University Regionals has grown steadily in the past four years, graduating a total of 77 students. This fall, the program enrolled its largest group of EGS majors so far, with more than 100 students.
Bennyce Hamilton returning to Miami Regionals in new role
Ande Durojaiye, vice president and dean of Miami University Regionals, has announced that Bennyce Hamilton will be returning to the Regionals as regional director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives and deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Biology class playing important role in species conservation
Twenty-four students, 19 seniors and five graduate students, in Professor David Berg's Conservation Biology class on Miami's Hamilton campus have had the chance to impact the future of endangered wildlife through a unique opportunity to develop Species Status Assessments in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the U.S. Geological Survey.
We are #FirstGenProud of our First-Generation Students
We are #FirstGenProud of our First-Generation Students
"Industrial Strength Bluegrass" - an initiative of Miami Regionals Appalachian Studies program - wins 2021 Album of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association
'Industrial Strength Bluegrass" won 2021 Album of the Year by the International Bluegrass Association (IBA), announced Sept. 29. The landmark recording on the Smithsonian Folkways label was produced by local musician and broadcaster Joe Mullins in March, in a collaboration with the Miami University Regionals Appalachian Studies program.
Miami University Regionals checked all the boxes for transfer student
Most students who transfer from one college to another do so because their first choice wasn't a good fit. That wasn't the case for Hamilton native Olivia Tilton, who transferred to Miami University Regionals after her first year at another in-state school.