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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.
Miami names Ande Durojaiye dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science at the Regionals
Ande Durojaiye has been named dean of Miami University Regionals, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science (CLAAS). He will start July 1. Durojaiye is the interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Northern Kentucky University (NKU).
Connections, relationships are the cornerstones of Cook's Miami University Regionals experience
College wasn't initially in the cards for Hamilton native Aaron Cook; he wanted to be a firefighter. But a physical injury changed his plans, and 36 College Credit Plus hours led him to Miami University Regionals.
Harry Brooks: The Passing of a Founder
Miami University Regionals was saddened to learn of the passing of Harry F. Brooks, the first chair of what is today the Commerce Department, on January 19 at the age of 98.
Miami University Regionals announces $1000 scholarship to offset cost of tuition
Miami University Regionals has established a One-Time Merit Scholarship of $1,000 to help first-time college students cover the cost of tuition for the 2021-2022 academic year beginning August 23.
Miami University Regionals' Hamilton campus ranked top Ohio public college for ROI
Miami University Regionals' Hamilton campus has been ranked number one in Ohio by Stacker as the best return for your investment among public colleges in every state.
Digital commerce and sales management majors added to Miami Regionals commerce program
Miami University Regionals has added two new majors – digital commerce and sales management – to its Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree program, joining small business management.
Alumnus Brent Billingsley putting it together
"I have always been a bit of an entrepreneur," Billingsley shared, "and tried a few things, but always with the manufacturing job as my safety net. I realized I needed to take that leap and step away from the plant floor and into the classroom."
Work+ has first graduate - Program is model for statewide implementation
Anna Kiep of Hamilton will become the first Miami Regionals graduate from the new Work+ program this December, continuing along a path of hard work and determination that is leading her to achieve her educational and career goals.