Student-athletes strive to put others first through community service
Despite their various commitments on campus, student-athletes at Miami managed to provide more than 600 hours of community service in the last nine months.
Dauch family gives back to Miami
David Dauch, a former Miami University football player, and his wife Anita have made a significant impact on Miami athletics. Miami announced Wednesday, April 1, that the Indoor Sports Center, just north of Yager Stadium, will be named the David and Anita Dauch Indoor Sports Center.
Bill McKibben, best-selling author, environmentalist: "The Education of an Unlikely Activist" April 8
Bill McKibben, environmental scholar, activist and best-selling author, will present "The Education of An Unlikely Activist" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, in Hall Auditorium.
Miami mock trial wins ORCS, team advances to national championship tournament
The Miami University James Lewis Family Mock Trial program placed first in the Opening Round Championship Series (ORCS) held in Louisville, Ky., March 13-15.
Beats by Dr. A: A concert celebrating Miami's legacy of world percussion
Beats by Dr. A: A concert celebrating Miami's legacy of world percussion, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in Hall Auditorium
Get to know this year's promoted and tenured faculty: Special report available online
The special report on Promotion and Tenure 2015 is now available in html format on the provost's website.
Miami students plan purposeful volunteer ventures during spring break
Miami University students and faculty are looking to make a difference during spring break through activities that provide meaningful experiences at home and abroad.
Gavels handmade by Miami Tribe member presented to Ohio Legislature
Two gavels that a member of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma crafted by hand were presented to the Ohio Legislature recently in honor of Statehood Day.
ROI means JOB: 97.6 percent of Miami grads employed or in grad school by fall
Nearly 98 percent (97.6) of Miami University students who graduated August 2013-May 2014 were employed or in graduate school by fall 2014.