In Memoriam: Karen Dawisha
Karen Dawisha, the former Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Political Science and director of Miami University’s Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, died Wednesday, April 11, after a long illness. She was 68 years old.
In Memoriam: Hayden May
Hayden May, emeritus dean at Miami University, died Saturday, March 17.
Expressing the inexpressible through art therapy
at-session-800x400.pngPediatric medical art therapist Emily Allbery (Miami Class of 2012) works with patients, parents, and siblings as they cope with some of life's most challenging moments.
Federal Funds to help BCRTA build new station in Oxford
The Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) has been awarded funding through the federal Competitive Bus Grant Program secured by Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown in the 2015 Infrastructure Bill.
University Senate Action: April 2
University Senate met Monday, April 2.
Join Miami on Facebook for a special announcement about Convocation 2018
Go to Miami's Facebook page at noon Monday, April 9, for a live announcement about Convocation 2018 or attend the event at Kumler Chapel.
Try your hand at expressing your springtime experiences with the #MiamiOHpoem poetry contest
spring-flowers.jpgSpringtime – opening the senses to your experiences at Miami University – will be the theme of this year’s social media poetry contest.
Five ways physics students and faculty help create community
physics-sps-picnic.jpgThrough student-led organizations and mentoring, faculty research on gender bias and stereotypes in physics, and other projects, Miami's physics department works to support undergraduate success.
Miami's surplus equipment auction is April 14
auction-sign.jpgMiami's surplus auction is at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Campbell Auction Team’s facility at 102 North Main St., in Liberty, Indiana.