Miami hosts top marketing professionals at "Cradle of Marketers"
Miami University’s Farmer School of Business hosts top marketing executives – all alumni — from internationally known companies for its annual “Cradle of Marketers.” The two-day event is Thursday-Friday, April 6-7
Miami University ranked among nation's top elite public schools
Miami University ranks among the top 50 elite public schools in the nation in a just-released ranking by Business First.
Megan Duffy named head coach of Miami University women's basketball
Megan Duffy is the newest head coach of the women’s basketball program at Miami University.
Miami designated "Voter Friendly" in inaugural Voter Friendly Campus program
Miami University's Oxford and Hamilton campuses are among 83 campuses nationwide designated as a "Voter Friendly Campus."
Miami celebrates Cesar Chavez Day with events April 3-4
Miami’s fifth annual César Chávez Celebration Program features two days of events including a political and social justice forum, keynote presentation, a community march and a breaking the bread program.
Jack Owens named men's basketball coach
Miami University has tabbed Jack Owens to take over the reins of its men's basketball program, announced by Athletics Director David Sayler on Wednesday, March 29. Owens becomes the 27th coach in Miami basketball history.
Princeton Review names Miami's game design program 25th best
Miami University's Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies Games Center ranks 25th in the Princeton Review's international ranking of undergraduate schools for students "to study - and launch a career in - game design."
Lecture Series: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar "Beyond Black and White"
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the NBA's all-time leading scorer and a six-time NBA champion, will present "Beyond Black and White" at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 3, in Hall Auditorium.
Shellfish graveyards offer glimpse of ocean's pristine past
The shells of dead mollusks offer a treasure trove of information about the state of oceans over thousands of years. A new study by Miami University paleontologist Carrie Tyler and principal investigator Michal Kowalewski of the Florida Museum of Natural History shows that these mollusk graveyards record patterns in the diversity and distribution of marine animals with surprising accuracy.