Linda Marchant awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Linda Marchant, professor of anthropology, was awarded Miami University's prestigious Benjamin Harrison Medallion.
Janus Forum, rescheduled for April 27, to feature Heather Mac Donald and Martin O'Malley
The Janus Forum returns to Miami's Oxford campus on April 27, with Heather Mac Donald and Martin O'Malley discussing their views on the topic, “Can Both Black and Blue Lives Matter?"
Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced
Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2017 have been presented to David Berg, professor of biology; Jonathan Strauss, professor of French and Italian; and Janardin Subedi, professor of sociology and gerontology.
This is "Reframe": New podcast highlights research in education and health
The College of Education, Health and Society introduces a new podcast that features in-depth stories and insightful interviews with EHS faculty, students and alumni.
Theatre: "The Wild Party" opens April 20
The Miami University department of theatre will present “The Wild Party,” with book, music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, at 7:30 p.m. April 20-22 and April 26-29, and at 2 p.m. April 23 and 30, in Gates-Abegglen Theatre, Center for Performing Arts.
Lynette Hudiburgh receives Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
Lynette Hudiburgh, lecturer of statistics, is the recipient of the 2017 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award.
Suzanne Kunkel and Allen McConnell each named University Distinguished Professor
Suzanne Kunkel, professor of sociology and gerontology and director of the Scripps Gerontology Center, and Allen McConnell, professor of psychology, have been awarded the title of University Distinguished Professor by Miami University's board of trustees, effective July 1
Opening Minds through Art event showcases artwork, special relationships formed between Miami students and elders with dementia
An OMA art show April 14-May 5 Oxford Community Arts Center (OCAC) opens with a free reception 6-8 p.m. on April 14.
Miami ranked among top "big" colleges for four-year graduation rates
In a new ranking, Miami University ranks 15th out of 37 "big" colleges (15,000 or more students) for four-year graduation rates.