Miami geologist on team identifying new time frame for the gorilla-human lineage
Bill Hart, professor emeritus of geology at Miami University, is part of an international, interdisciplinary team whose recent research strengthens the view that human and modern ape lines emerged in Africa between approximately 7-10 million years ago.
Sir Ken Robinson brings global perspective on creativity and innovation to Miami University's spring commencement
Sir Ken Robinson, internationally acclaimed expert on creativity, is the keynote speaker for Miami University's 2016 spring commencement ceremony, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at Yager Stadium.
Miami applications set new records in numbers and class caliber
Increased recognition of Miami University's outstanding academics and stellar student outcomes have propelled the university to another record-breaking number of first-year applications.
Linking in: Miami students connect, land jobs on popular professional network
The latest career services statistics show many Miami students participate in LinkedIn: 3,886 seniors, 3,230 juniors, 2,250 sophomores and 1,728 freshmen.
Winners named in 2016 Young Painters Competition: Hyper-colored mythical landscape; alumna's "afterglow"
Annie Ewaskio, of Brooklyn, New York, is the winner of the 2016 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award. Andrea Barone (Miami ’08) received the second place award.
Princeton Review and students agree: Miami's education among the best for return on investment
Miami University is one of the nation's "best colleges for students seeking a superb education with great career preparation and at an affordable price," according to The Princeton Review.
Miami University researcher assesses Zika virus threat to U.S.
"There is currently only a low risk the Zika virus will become a major problem in the United States or Canada," a Miami University researcher said.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year: Concert features traditional to modern music and dance, MUSO and pop singer Jason Chen
A special Chinese New Year concert and celebration will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, in Hall Auditorium.
Socially engaged art: sculpture students collaborate to help winterize mobile homes
Students in Rod Northcutt’s beginning sculpture class learned fabrication skills and helped add vinyl skirting to mobile homes in Oxford, as part of a service learning project.