King Library era began with symbolic "book brigade"
Before the new Edgar Weld King Undergraduate Library could open its doors, or even really be called a library for that matter, there was the question of how to move 35,000 books in a single weekend.
Meet the composers: MUSO Centennial Celebration Concert Nov. 21
The Miami University Symphony Orchestra, (MUSO) directed by Ricardo Averbach, celebrates its 100th anniversary with a special free concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21, in Hall Auditorium. 
Miami ranks in the top 10 for best public entrepreneurship education
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine ranked Miami University No. 8 in the nation among public institutions for its undergraduate entrepreneurship education.
Farmer School of Business among top 25 undergraduate business schools per College Choice
Miami University's Farmer School of Business has been recognized as one of the best undergraduate business schools in the nation by College Choice, an online resource that helps high school students in their college searches.
Miami named a 2017 Military Friendly School
Miami University has been named a Military Friendly® School for 2017. Miami has appeared on this list for each of the eight years it has been produced.
Miami ranks No. 1 for study abroad participation
Miami University ranks No. 1 in the nation among public doctoral universities for undergraduate student participation in study abroad programs, with 49.1 percent of its students studying abroad before they graduate.
Miami's student veterans bond over shared military experiences
Instead of carrying a backpack filled with military gear, Phillip Carr now carries one filled with books for his classes at Miami University.
Research from Miami’s Center for Aquatic and Watershed Sciences recognized in "The Top 60 Papers from the First 60 Years of Limnology and Oceanography"
Scientists from Miami's Center for Aquatic and Watershed Sciences (CAWS) are well-represented in the first-ever virtual issue of Limnology and Oceanography, "The Top 60 Papers from the First 60 Years of L&O." 
Universitywide effort pushes Miami to highest retention level in 25 years
Intentional moves Miami has made in recent years contributed to a 92 percent retention rate of first-year students from fall 2015 to fall 2016 – the highest retention rate the university has realized in 25 years.