ASG Professor of the Year lives "all in" with creativity in entrepreneurship
Jim Friedman loves a good question. In fact, he likes them bold and in abundance.
Moving out? Make it count: Donate to ShareFest May 11-17
Preparing to move out next week? Don't discard useful items  —  donate furniture, school supplies, clothing and other items to ShareFest 2016 during Miami's Move-Out Week, May 11-17. 
Miami grads in demand: Most are employed soon after graduating
Nearly 96 percent (95.5) of Miami University students who graduated in 2014-2015 were employed or continuing their education by fall 2015, Miami's office of institutional research reports.
Campus beauty rooted in its trees
“I always like to point out that these big trees were little trees 100 years ago when somebody had the foresight to plant them,” said Dick Munson, standing beneath a giant burr oak near the Arthur F. Conrad Formal Gardens. “Now we enjoy the shade and the beauty of these trees, but they all started out — in this case, as an acorn.”
Miami Mock Trial places second in division, third overall at National Championship
The Miami University James Lewis Family Mock Trial Program team placed second in their division and third overall at the 2016 American Mock Trial Association National Championship Tournament held in Greenville, South Carolina, April 15-17.
Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced
Cameron Hay-Rollins will receive the Distinguished Scholar Award and Elise Clerkin, Rick Page and Leland Spencer will receive the Junior Faculty Scholar Awards.
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.