08/12/2015
U.S. 27 onto Chestnut Street closes for 30 days starting Aug. 24
The two-year project to widen and resurface a mile of U.S. Route 27 between Southpointe Road and Chestnut Street brings a temporary barrier to Chestnut that is estimated to begin Aug. 24.
08/12/2015
New global and intercultural studies department integrates six programs, elevating visibility and enhancing collaborations
The new department of global and intercultural studies (GIC), part of the College of Arts and Science (CAS), will shine a spotlight on Miami's liberal arts curriculum this fall.
08/12/2015
Nicole Hayes wins Frost Award from Ecological Society of America for Excellence in Graduate Research
Ecologist Nicole Hayes (Miami Ph.D. '15) received the Thomas M. Frost Award for Excellence in Graduate Research from the Ecological Society of America Aquatic Ecology Section
08/05/2015
Powering down succeeded: Miami reduces electric load
Miami's physical facilities department thanks the Oxford campus for reducing electric use during a test period, noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4. "We achieved our goal for reducing our electric load," said Doug Hammerle, director of energy systems for Miami.
08/05/2015
Miami University Libraries introduces new catalog interface
Miami University Libraries will roll out a new public catalog interface Monday, Aug. 10.
08/05/2015
Thousands enjoy a "Miami experience" during the summer
It may be summer, but things don't slow down at Miami University as thousands of youths and adults participate on campus in a variety of educational programs, athletic camps, conferences, weddings and other events.
08/03/2015
Power down noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4
Everyone on the Oxford campus is asked to turn off/unplug unnecessary electronics noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4.
07/31/2015
Open house in east quad Thursday
The Miami University community is invited to the renovated east quad for an open house at Dennison and Dorsey residence halls and the new Garden Commons Dining Hall located at the west end of Symmes Hall.
07/30/2015
Miami students spend their summer helping others
The summer isn't full of Netflix, late nights or much leisure at all for members of Miami's Pi Kappa Phi chapter. They're in the homestretch of a six-week commitment to travel the U.S. building camps that serve the disability community.