Kate Rousmaniere awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Kate Rousmaniere, professor of educational leadership, will receive Miami University's prestigious Benjamin Harrison Medallion during a special reception April 25.
Miami celebrates Cesar Chavez Day with events March 30-April 1
Miami’s fourth annual Cesar Chavez Celebration program features three days of events including a social justice forum, student and keynote presentations and a traveling exhibition
Miami among top schools narrowing black-white graduation gap
In a report by The Education Trust, Miami University is lauded for narrowing the gap between graduation rates for black and white students by 10.7 percentage points.
Students find adventure through community service during spring break
Miami University students and faculty will travel during spring break 2016 to cities as close as Columbus and as far away as Santo Domingo as they explore their interests, go on adventures and serve others.
Several Miami graduate school programs rank among best in nation
Four Miami University graduate programs are in the top 100 of U.S. News and World Report's 2017 edition of Best Graduate Schools rankings, released March 16. Miami's part-time MBA program ranks 28.
Princeton Review names Miami's game design program 30th best in nation
Miami University's Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies Games Center ranks in The Princeton Review’s top 50 undergraduate programs to "study - and launch - a career in game design."
Miami University announces varsity eSports program
The first varsity eSports program at a top tier U.S. university is being launched by the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies at Miami University. Teams will start competing in fall 2016.
Miami shares in $1 million grant for biohealth research and workforce training
New research on additive manufacturing (3-D printing) is progressing via a grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Miami University, as a member of the Southwest Ohio Regional Consortia, is sharing the $1 million grant through the RAPIDS (Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills) program.
Symphony orchestra and choirs present Haydn's "The Creation" March 12
A special production of “The Creation,” by Franz Joseph Haydn, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 12, in Hall Auditorium.