Darrel Davis receives 2016 Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
Darrel Davis, associate professor of educational psychology, is the recipient of the 2016 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award.
Career-ending injury leads football player in new direction
John Steele '14, the first Miamian to receive Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship, was unsure of his next move after injury brought his football playing days at Miami University to an abrupt end his sophomore year.
Jerome Conley and Wanita Hatton receive Miami University's Distinguished Service Award
Jerome Conley and Wanita Hatton have each received Miami University’s 2016 Distinguished Service Award. The award is the most significant recognition that Miami has to offer for employees who have made a significant impact on the life and mission of the university.
Miami's game design program ranks high nationally
The Miami University digital game studies program ranks in the top 25 public schools and colleges by Animation Career Review (ACR).
Three Miami students named Goldwater Scholars; one Honorable Mention
Three Miami University students have received a Goldwater Scholarship for 2016-2017.  They are three of 252 students nationwide to receive the scholarship, the premier undergraduate award of its type in the fields of mathematics, natural science and engineering.
Seventeen students earn President's Distinguished Service Award
Miami University President David Hodge honored 17 students for their contributions to campus and the community through service and leadership.
Genocide and Holocaust Education Program: Keynote, film series, Reading of the Names
The annual Genocide and Holocaust Education (GHE) Program at Miami University April 19-May 5 includes events that reflect on and acknowledge historical and contemporary genocides.
Rod Northcutt receives Ohio Campus Compact Award for Excellence in Service
Rod Northcutt, associate professor of art at Miami University, is one of two recipients of the Ohio Campus Compact's 2016 David Hoch Memorial Award for Excellence in Service.
Come one, come all! To the Oxford Kinetic Festival's "Circus Fracas" April 17
"This is not one of those festivals where you walk around and buy things to take home," Kate Carlier Currie ('93), festival co-director, said. "Because so many of us are artists, we are very geared toward making the event interactive and sharing our skills so other people can feel empowered to make cool stuff, too."