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Student Life DEI Action Team: A Year in Review
The Division of Student Life launched a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) action team last summer to develop, guide, and advance DEI efforts in the division. The team spent the 2020-21 academic year developing and beginning to implement an action plan for the division.
TriHealth Nurses Reflect on the Past Year
Over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Becky Stephenson, L.P.N., Karla McClain, N.P. and Beth Tonyan, N.P. are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. 
2021 President's Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Miami University honors the recipients of the 2021 President's Distinguished Service Award.
Episode 2: Creating Space for Dialogue
Explore creating space to engage in dialogue across difference and how to do that without disproportionately burdening those from marginalized communities with guests Dr. Denise Taliaferro Baszile, Jasmine Floyd, and Joe Delaney.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Miami has a full slate of events and programs throughout the month.
Love & Honor Story Project Honors Brandon Small
Brandon Small, the March Love and Honor Story Project recipient, is guided by a deep commitment to belonging and inclusion every day. Through his ability to connect with people, wholehearted commitment to justice, and deep engagement across campus, Brandon will leave an immeasurable impact on Miami University.
Student life responds to increased student anxiety
A global pandemic. A swift and unexpected transition to remote learning. Isolation. Racial tensions and violence. Police brutality. A contentious presidential election. The insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The events of the past year have had a profound impact on student mental health.
Elizabeth Walsh named director of orientation and transition programs
Elizabeth Walsh is the new director of Miami University’s office of orientation and transition programs, effective March 1, 2021.
Episode 1: Dialogue Across Difference
Guest Tarah Trueblood discusses the divisive and polarized landscape of our nation and provides tips on how to dialogue with people who have different identities or beliefs. Two students then discuss barriers to dialogue and why it is so important to push through the discomfort.