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Residence Halls Wrap Up Active Year of Programming
Chicks and chinchillas on North Quad. Learning to cook tofu in Hahne. Yoga in Stonebridge. Karaoke in Hepburn. Cookies with cops in Tappan. From stress relief and self care to community building and connection to academic success, residential students had no shortage of program options this year. Resident assistants, residence life professional staff, and community leadership teams combined efforts to host more than 1,300 engaging programs.
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Bunny Fernandes
The April Love and Honor Story Project recipient, Bunny Fernandes, is described as someone who embodies exercising good judgment and believing in personal responsibility. Fernandes is a junior majoring in Zoology and Environmental Science.
Joe Hawkins named director of parent and family programs
Joe Hawkins is the new director of Miami University’s office of parent and family programs, effective May 2, 2022.
Student Counseling Service Expands Mental Health/Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training
Knowing how to recognize and respond to someone in mental health distress is as important as knowing how to respond when someone has an urgent physical health concern.
Gathering Spaces for Inclusion
To gather is to be in community with others. The Division of Student Life’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee has identified a few student gathering spaces that staff, faculty, and students should know. Acknowledging spaces of community for others allows us all to support campus-wide inclusion.
2022 President's Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Meet the 14 outstanding student recipients of the President's Distinguished Service Award.
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Emmett Knee
Growing up and having a breadth of experiences has allowed Emmett Knee to relate to others in a unique and personal way. Knee is a third-year strategic communication and Spanish student and the most recent recipient of the Love and Honor Story Project.
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.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2022
Miami’s office of student wellness will partner with other campus departments and student organizations to host Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) events during April. In addition to traditional events like Take Back the Night and Denim Day, this year’s events will include a few brand new events and a new spin on some returning events.