Josh Mound op-ed on Americans view on taxes
Chronicle.com, May 7 (subscription may be required)
Miami professor says fidget toys becoming more common in K-12 classrooms
Fidget toys, such as spinners and cubes, have become a common sight in classrooms this spring.
Office of diversity affairs announces new hires
The office of diversity affairs has hired two new associate directors and is in the process of hiring a third.
Steam outage starts May 14: heat and hot water affected
Miami's annual steam outage is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 14, on the Oxford campus. All normal services are anticipated to resume by 8 p.m. Sunday, May 21.
Religion department bestows annual student awards
award-forshey.jpgAt a ceremony on May 3, the Department of Comparative Religion honored selected undergraduates for their academics or service.
Using National Data to Examine the Quality of Care in Ohio's Skilled Nursing Facilities
This study compares the quality of Ohio's skilled nursing facilities to the nation overall. Findings show that Ohio facilities had fewer inspection deficiencies, slightly lower direct care staffing rates, and on average lower quality outcomes on resident care.
Patten Prize recipient Maddie Scott on her experience in the Psychology Department
IMG_4406.JPG2016-17 E.F Patten Prize Recipient, Maddie Scott.
Miami Students Get Second Place in Race to Zero Competition
mechanical-systems-lohi.pngThe judges were impressed by their low energy apartment complex
Jennifer Franchak on job interviewing
Journal-News.com, May 4 (subscription may be required)