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.
Learn mask-making, kung fu, and paper cutting at Chinese culture camp
Miami University’s Confucius Institute will host the fourth annual Chinese Language and Culture Camp in July for children in grades K-8.
Students can become Six Sigma certified
Students achieve valuable work skills before graduation
Trashcano delights third graders during Science Week
All it took was one large trash can, a two-liter bottle, water and liquid nitrogen to delight hundreds of third-grade visitors to Miami University.
Stats+Stories podcast partners with the American Statistical Association
These days, more than ever, statisticians and journalists share a common mission, especially when it comes to promoting the importance of evidence and data in a world increasingly complicated by social media.
Marc Rubin appointed interim dean of Miami's Farmer School of Business
Miami University President Greg Crawford and Provost Phyllis Callahan appointed PriceWaterhouseCoopers Professor Marc Rubin to be the interim dean of the Farmer School of Business after current dean Matthew Myers departs on July 7, 2017. 
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).