Guest speaker addresses the rapid spread of Korean popular culture
Eun-Young Jung, an independent scholar, will present “The Korean Wave: Racial Imaginings, Erotic Fantasies, and Marketing Strategies in the Transnational Flows of Korean Popular Culture” from 7-8:30 p.m., Thursday, March 9, in the Shriver Center Heritage Room.
J.D. Vance featured speaker for Miami Regionals’ annual Casper Lecture
J.D. Vance, Middletown native and author of the best-selling 2016 book Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis, will present Miami University Regionals’ annual Alex and Lena Casper Memorial Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 9, in the Dave Finkelman Auditorium, Middletown campus.
2016 Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement available
Benefits & Wellness is pleased to announce that employees can view their 2016 Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement via BannerWeb.
Lei Kerr's artificial nose research awarded Beagle Freedom Prize, other grants for alternatives research
lei-kerr-headshot.jpgMiami University scientist Lei Kerr is developing an "artificial nose" — a project that has the potential to replace animal-based research with more effective and humane alternatives. She was recently awarded a $50,000 Beagle Freedom Prize from the Beagle Freedom Project (BFP) in support of her research.
Student-led Take 5 Miami campaign raises mental health awareness
Miami University students are spreading awareness about the five signs of mental health suffering as part of a public relations campaign they created.
Miami wins Best of Show at Educational Advertising Awards
Miami University's marketing and creative services received one of 16 Best of Show awards in the 32nd annual Educational Advertising Awards contest for its Reach Higher, Dream Bigger academic overview brochure.
Greater Cincinnati minority entrepreneurs share their stories March 6
Miami University welcomes minority entrepreneurs Monday, March 6, to share their experiences as business leaders in the greater Cincinnati area.
Special education program ranked nationally by College Choice
Miami University's bachelor of science in education degree with a special education major has been recognized as one of the top special education programs in the country by College Choice for 2017.
President Crawford reflects on honesty, integrity and moral conduct
In his newest post to Crawford's Corner, Miami University President Greg Crawford's blog, he reflects on honesty, integrity and the importance of moral conduct.