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Health Information Technology degree offers increasing opportunities in health care
Miami University Regionals students can take advantage of a wide range of degrees. One degree - the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a major in Health Information Technology (HIT) - has become the focus of greater attention over the past year as graduates in this program helped make a difference in the COVID-19 pandemic response and saw the growth of opportunities in their field.
Miami University to require facial coverings for everyone
Miami University President Gregory Crawford announced today that facial coverings will be required for everyone on its campuses regardless of vaccination status.
Hospitality Management added to Miami Regionals Commerce offerings
Students will gain in-depth knowledge of industry best practices, special event planning, sanitary and safety practices, and customer service and satisfaction.
Miami Regionals E-Campus recipient of 2021 WOW Award
Miami University Regionals E-Campus is recognized for leveraging a strong foundation in best-practice online education to provide heroic leadership to the greater campus community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each year, first day of school for new first-years also brings in fundraising haul for the university
#MoveInMiami has become one of the most significant one-day fundraising events in the university's history, last year bringing in more than $38,000 to the Regionals from 369 individual gifts.
One year later: 2020 Miami University Regionals' grads land on their feet
Thanks to a global pandemic, the unemployment rate in April 2020 stood at 14.7 percent with 33.5 million Americans filing for unemployment aid. A year later, that rate stands at 6.1 percent, with companies finding new ways to do business and hiring back workers on furlough because of COVID-19 more quickly than expected.
Kentucky native is the inspiration for new scholarship opportunity
Baker has been involved with O'Tucks for many years. She collaborated with local community members to raise funds to endow scholarships at the Hamilton Campus.
COVID crisis forced changes, but also brought stronger connections
While the coronavirus upended normal campus life over the past year, it has also brought new chances to connect by forcing us to think in fresh ways about what connection means when we can't see each other face-to-face.
Family recipe inspires cookbook that traces the Italian heritage of Regionals professor
Recipe swapping is a beloved tradition in many families. For the family of Associate Professor in Commerce Mary Kovach, however, it has turned into a bestselling cookbook capturing authentic Italian dishes dating back over 100 years.