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10/04/2018
Annual Discover the Sciences event breaks record in introducing prospective science majors to CAS
In an effort to attract more science-oriented prospective students from around the country, the College of Arts and Science (CAS) held its annual Discover the Sciences event, on Saturday, September 22
09/01/2018
Welcome New Faculty
In August, 2018, the Department welcomed two new faculty members.
08/08/2018
Biochemists Gary Lorigan and Rick Page each awarded a $1.8 million, five-year MIRA grant, a first at Miami
Biochemists Gary Lorigan and Rick Page were each awarded about $1.8 million over five years, as part of the Maximizing Investigator's Research Award, or MIRA.
07/30/2018
Professor of chemistry Scott Hartley wins $742K grant award from the US Department of Energy
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded professor of chemistry Scott Hartley a three-year grant of $742,000 for him to conduct research on specific chemical compounds, carbodiimides, used in "nonequilibrium" chemical systems
07/02/2018
Faculty Receive Teaching and Research Grants
Faculty receive many teaching and research grants in 2018.
06/12/2018
Economic impact of Miami University is $2.3 billion
Miami University's economic impact to the state in FY 2017 was $2.3 billion, via operational, student, visitor, alumni and other spending and investment.
04/24/2018
Junior Faculty Scholar Award recipients for 2018: De Schutter and Konkolewicz
Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Awards have been presented to Bob De Schutter and Dominck Konkolewicz.
04/03/2018
Chemistry chair Michael Crowder's research accepted to high impact national journal
Michael Crowder, professor and chair of chemistry, has recently had his research article, "The Continuing Challenge of Metallo-b-Lactamase Inhibition: Mechanism Matters," accepted by Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
01/23/2018
CAS Dean Chris Makaroff selected to participate in prestigious Department of Defense program
Chris Makaroff, dean of the College of Arts and Science and professor of chemistry, was chosen among a select group from around the country to engage with senior military officials and private sector business and community executives for the Secretary of Defense's Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) this April