Michael Markesbery awarded Astronaut Scholarship
michael-markesbery-thumbnail.jpgMichael Markesbery, a senior zoology major, has been awarded an Astronaut Scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
Mosley-Howard was part of 1970s innovative team researching black Americans
susan-thumbnail.jpgSusan Mosley-Howard's involvement in a group that initiated landmark research into the health and welfare of black Americans still impacts her own teaching and research nearly 40 years later.
Yeck Family Foundation sponsors Miami's Great Seal
yecksthumb.jpgA significant gift from the William "Bill" and Dorothy Yeck Family Foundation provided the funding for The Great Seal within Miami University's Armstrong Student Center while also enhancing Bill Yeck's legacy of inventive and meaningful philanthropic projects.
Miami mourns the loss of former president Paul Risser
risserthumb.jpgMiami University President Emeritus Paul Risser, 74, died Thursday, July 10, in Norman, Okla. Risser served as Miami's president from 1993-1995.
Miami's high-caliber student body and professors' commitment lauded in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2015
The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2015 recognizes Miami University for its "high caliber of student body" and "professors' knowledge and willingness to help" in its list of the "best and most interesting colleges and universities."
Miami University photographers win national awards
Miami University's two communications and marketing photographers won several top awards in the 2014 University Photographers' Association of America (UPAA) print and publication competition.
Miami Middletown receives $2.6 million gift
myers-thumb.jpgThe Middletown Community Foundation on Tuesday announced the largest gift in its 38-year history, a $5.2 million bequest from the estate of James R. Myers. The gift will fund several permanent endowments at the Middletown Community Foundation to benefit multiple charities throughout the area, with half of the funds dedicated to the support of Miami University Middletown.
Jacob Tonski's sculpture part of International Triennial of New Media Art
jacob1.jpg"Balance from Within," a mechatronic sculpture created by Miami University artist Jacob Tonski, is on display in China in an exhibition of cutting-edge media art.
Miami strengthens commitment to student success with new Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success
To equip Miami University to focus even more cohesively on student success - a strength for which national surveys consistently recognize Miami - Miami trustees today approved the creation of a new Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success.