Winter term takes students to Costa Rica, the computer screen and everywhere in between
In all, 4,916 Miami students registered for credited winter term courses this year compared to 4,449 students last year, according to statistics provided by Tim Kuykendoll, senior assistant registrar for technology.
Miami in the top 50 of Kiplinger's Best College Values list
Miami University is ranked 50th in Kiplinger's 2016 list of 100 best in-state values nationwide among public universities.
Kevin Samy (Miami '09) chased his passions and found success
Miami University alumnus Kevin Samy, named a Top 30 under 30 by Forbes magazine, credits his professional success to writing his own playbook after life tackled him at the age of 20.
Miami students get career boost working in startup community
Miami University is extending its reach into Cincinnati’s startup business community through an initiative aimed at helping increase internships and job opportunities for students.
Climate change is rapidly warming the world's lakes, new research shows
Climate change is rapidly warming the surface waters of lakes around the world, threatening freshwater supplies and ecosystems, according to a new study spanning six continents.
Miami's OMA receives designation from state
Miami University Scripps Gerontology Center’s Opening Minds through Art (OMA) program was recently designated a Quality Improvement Project by the Ohio Department of Aging (ODA). It’s one of only eight approved programs to meet the state’s requirement for such designation.
Ohio nursing homes have emergency plans, but are they complete?
Researchers at Miami University Scripps Gerontology Center say nearly all of Ohio's nursing homes have plans in place to respond to emergencies, but not enough facilities are coordinating efforts with hospitals, emergency responders and public health officials.
Miamians come together to help those in need
As Anita Sackenheim looks at the efforts of the 21-year tradition of the Miami Holiday Project, she can't help but be grateful to the volunteers.
Miami students receive Gilman scholarships for study abroad
Dakota Potts, an international studies and Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies double major, recently was awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support his study abroad experience during spring semester.