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Episode 3 Part II: Mental Health and Emotional Well-being
In part two of our mental health and emotional well-being episode, Miami students Luke Koulouris, Luke Erml, and Samantha Federici chat with Dean Moore and provide their perspectives on the topic, along with some potential coping strategies for their fellow students.
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Cambria Beane
The March Love and Honor Story Project recipient, Cambria Beane lives to love, serve, and give to others with grace.
2023 President's Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Meet the 18 outstanding student recipients of the President's Distinguished Service Award.
Applications for the Dean of Students Advisory Board are Open
DAB is a group of students who meet bi-weekly with the dean to discuss the climate on campus, recognize student accomplishments, and help set priorities and create initiatives around student care, advocacy, and support.
Student Employee Recognition Week Kicks Off April 24
Miami University is set to honor its student employees through its first Student Employee Recognition Week. The campus-wide celebration will recognize the invaluable contributions made by the university's 3,400 student employees.
Episode 3 Part I: Mental Health and Emotional Well-being
Dr. Steve Large, assistant vice president of health and wellness, joins Dean Moore to discuss the similarities and differences between mental health and emotional well-being.
Suicide Prevention Team to host weeklong campaign on stress management
Miami University’s suicide prevention team and the student counseling service will sponsor a weeklong campaign to spread awareness about suicide prevention as well as stress management, self-care, and improving well-being.
Expect Respect: Get Back What You Give
Miami University is relaunching its annual expect respect initiative this month. Offered through the office of the dean of students, the initiative aims to promote awareness and create an environment of respect on campus. The weeklong campaign focuses on encouraging unity, dignity, and respect even through disagreement.
Commuters Find Connection in Armstrong
The Carruthers Commuter Resource Center in the Armstrong Student Center provides a home away from home for more than 50 students on a regular basis.