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Alumni Spotlight: Tom Alf '71
Tom Alf is all about family, and Miami University is a big part of his family.
Reza Abrishambaf Earns John Fallon Early Teaching Award
Dr. Reza Abrishambaf, assistant professor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology at Miami University Regionals, has won the Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges' (OATYC) 2017 John Fallon Early Teaching Award.
Six Miami Regionals Faculty Members Recognized by SOCHE
Six faculty members at Miami University Regionals were recognized by the 2017 Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) Faculty Excellence Award.
Student Spotlight: Josh Sweet
Josh is now a triple major student, pursuing Community Arts at the Regionals as well as Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at Oxford. On top of having three majors, Josh also is very involved with campus life.
Alumni Spotlight: John Minor '75
John Minor began his Miami experience on the Middletown campus in September 1970. Upon graduating high school and as a first generation college student, John always knew that he wanted to attend Miami Middletown.
Quaker Chemical Foundation Grant Funds Chemistry Education and Career Day at Miami Regionals
Funded by a $2,000 grant from the Quaker Chemical Foundation, Miami University Regionals' Mathematical & Physical Sciences Department will offer the third annual Chemistry Education and Career Day (CEC Day) on the Middletown Campus for area high school students. CEC Day will be held in April of 2018.
The Writing Is On The Wall...and That's a Good Thing
Backstage, across the walls on the stage right side of auditorium, are the autographs of dancers, singers, musicians, speakers, and government officials ranging from The Guess Who to Jerry Reed, Ralph Stanley, and Trombone Shorty.
Alumni Spotlight: Eleanor (Ellie) Yeager Gilmore '72
Eleanor (Ellie) Yeager Gilmore began her journey at Miami University Regionals' Middletown campus in January of 1970. As a first generation college student, Ellie believes that, if not for MUM, she would not have been able to go to college.
Her paintings are Larger Than Life
Nicole Trimble '11 is carving a niche throughout the Greater Cincinnati arts community, and her work is gaining fame BIG time.