Student-athletes finish spring semester with strong GPA
Two-thirds of the entire population of Miami University student-athletes finished the spring semester with a 3.0 grade-point average or higher.
Graduate student in psychology awarded teaching excellence award
Paige Lloyd, a doctoral student in the psychology department at Miami University, has been awarded the 2017 Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching Excellence Award from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP).
Timothy Melley on George Soros
Timesunion.com, May 20 (subscription may be required)
Alumni Spotlight: Tim Carberry '74
tim-carberry-2-200px.jpgTimothy (Tim) Carberry began his journey at Miami Regionals' Middletown campus in September of 1970. For Tim, a Springboro High School graduate, to be able to get a four-year degree from Miami Middletown meant everything to him. It allowed him to live at home and still complete his education.
Is Technology Changing How Children Learn and Play?
brain-tech-180x125.jpgEvery winter, several Miami University education majors prepare to leave the United States to study abroad in the small nation of Belize. These college students will spend their time working with children in a variety of local classrooms.
Hamilton Boys and Girls Club children explore Miami
Journal-News.com, May 17 (subscription may be required)
No reported WannaCry ransomware attacks at Miami
it-ransomeware.jpgMiami faculty and staff can take a deep breath. There have been no reported instances of WannaCry ransomware attacks on any university-owned computers.
Incoming Class of 2021 exceeds goal, sets diversity record, maintains high academic profile
Following a record-setting 30,248 applications for admission for fall 2017, Miami University's incoming class is on target to be the university's most diverse to date.