CraftSummer and its director recognized for outstanding achievement
craftsummer-ron-award.jpgCraftSummer’s art workshop program and its director, Ron Stevens, have received the Ohio Designer Craftsmen’s Outstanding Achievement Award for furthering and enriching the field of fine crafts and its artists.
Miami alumni bring sport psychology to military life
slam-military-180x125.jpgDuring an ordinary week, Steve Cohen works with individuals who live extraordinarily demanding lives.
Dinesh and Ila Paliwal pay it forward with $1.5 million gift to the Farmer School of Business
Dinesh and Ila Paliwal have donated $1.5 million to Miami University's Farmer School of Business to create the Dinesh and Ila Paliwal Innovation Chair and the Dinesh and Ila Paliwal Scholarship.
Student-athletes finish spring semester with strong GPA
Two-thirds of the entire population of Miami University student-athletes finished the spring semester with a 3.0 grade-point average or higher.
Incoming Class of 2021 exceeds goal, sets diversity record, maintains high academic profile
Following a record-setting 30,248 applications for admission for fall 2017, Miami University's incoming class is on target to be the university's most diverse to date.
Center for Digital Scholarship turns big ideas into digital realities
From websites to digital archiving and geospatial analysis, the digital age has ushered in a new era of possibilities for creating, analyzing and sharing scholarship, but tapping into those opportunities takes the right team.
How the quality of care in Ohio's skilled nursing facilities compares
A recent study on the quality of care provided to residents on Medicaid in Ohio's nursing homes by researchers at Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center suggests room for improvement.
Outstanding Professor of the Year Amber Franklin makes room for focused learning
Amber Franklin, this 2017 Associated Student Government's Outstanding Professor of the Year, discovered that sometimes the right kind of space leads to the best teaching and learning.
Paddles in hand, a friend in their hearts: Ohio River journey to raise awareness, funds for suicide prevention
river-jackson-quinton-shore.jpgTwo Miami University students and a friend will embark on a 981-mile journey down the Ohio River in a canoe and kayak to raise awareness about mental health and funding for suicide prevention.