Loan debt and sunsets make meaningful art for professor
A $63,000 debt and a desire to capture beauty turned a hobby into meaningful art for Rodney Coates.
President Hodge honored at Ohio statehouse for his leadership
Miami University President David Hodge was recognized for "unwavering dedication" to higher education and "a record of professional achievement that is worthy of emulation" by the Ohio House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate, Wednesday, May 25.
New community outreach program says it's "cool" to code
Miami started a new program this spring that has forged a collection of strong partnerships, both within the university and with the local community. And its name tells you exactly what it is all about.
Data Central: Students apply analytics in all areas
Companies make decisions based on data, using analytics to measure everything from delivery times to social media impact. Data is applied toward better sales, policies, services and science. "It’s only going to grow," said L. Allison Jones-Farmer, the Van Andel Professor of Business Analytics and director of Miami University’s Center for Analytics and Data Science (CADS).
Miami's master's degree in accountancy ranks in top ten
Miami University's master of accountancy degree at the Farmer School of Business has been ranked No. 7 by College Choice in its 2016 Best Master's in Accounting Programs.
Miami receives fourth 2016 Beckman Scholars Institutional Award
Miami University is one of 12 institutions nationwide to receive the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation's 2016 Beckman Scholars Program Institutional Award.
Summer reading book, "Spare Parts," focuses on overcoming adversity
Spare Parts: Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, and the Battle for the American Dream has been chosen for Miami University's 2016 summer reading program. The program is now in its 35th year.
Fulbright recipient wants to be "catalyst for change" concerning how individuals with disabilities are viewed
As she prepares to graduate from Miami this Saturday, Emily Paxson said she is committed to making a difference in the world. She wants to be a positive role model for children with physical and developmental disabilities, especially those in other countries where she knows life is more difficult for them.
Record-setting year for Miami's Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship grantees
Five Miami University students have been offered Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants for the 2016-2017 academic year. This is the highest number of Miami students to be offered Fulbright grants in a single academic year.