In memoriam: Thomas A. Dutton, founder of Miami's Center for Community Engagement
Well known for his work in social justice and urban collaboration, Thomas A. Dutton, Miami University professor of architecture and founder of the university’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE) in Cincinnati, died June 13.
Haygood named a Patrick Henry Writing Fellow for 2017-2018
Wil Haygood, Boadway Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence in Miami University's department of media, journalism and film, has received the Patrick Henry Writing Fellowship at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.
Ginny Engwall named outstanding new academic adviser
Virginia "Ginny" Engwall will receive the 2017 outstanding new adviser award later this month from the Ohio Academic Advising Association.
Miami welcomes more than 2,000 alumni home
It's Alumni Weekend — June 8-11. About 2,000 attendees are expected to participate and enjoy a weekend full of activities celebrating their time at Miami University.
Buckeye Boys State brings 1,200 high school students to campus
As alumni leave campus Sunday, Miami University will welcome about 1,200 high school students for Buckeye Boys State. This is the first year Miami is hosting the weeklong program.
In memoriam: Chull Park
Chull Park, professor emeritus of mathematics, has died at the age of 87. Services are Friday morning, June 9.
Raised intersection to improve central campus circulation
Significant changes to the intersection of Maple and Spring streets on Miami’s Oxford campus are designed to better protect pedestrian crossings.
Mini U offers kindergarten readiness camp and new morning preschool program
Mini University Inc. offer a kindergarten readiness summer camp starting this week and introduces a morning preschool program in the fall.
In memoriam: Anne Wheeler
Anne Wheeler, 70, director of payroll services and payables, died Saturday, June 3.