Piper Kerman leads Lecture Series with "Orange + Black = Gray"
Piper Kerman, author of the memoir Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Woman's Prison, will present "Orange + Black = Gray: Injustice in the Criminal Justice System" at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29, in Hall Auditorium
Miami President Hodge to form task force to bolster regional campuses
Miami University President David Hodge announced at today's (Sept. 19) university trustee meeting that within the next two weeks he will assemble a task force to explore further the challenges and opportunities of differentiation at Miami's regional campuses.  
Distinguished Scholar Awards announced: Corbett, Lorigan, Saine and Zhang
Distinguished Scholars awards for 2014 were presented to four faculty members.
Miami joins global celebration with Chinese Festival
Miami University's Confucius Institute invites the community to its first Chinese Festival Friday, Sept. 26. Enjoy a host of activities and experience Asian food tasting 2-8:30 p.m. on Miami's campus and uptown Oxford.
Princeton Review places Miami's entrepreneurship program in top 10
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine have named Miami University's Institute for Entrepreneurship at the Farmer School of Business No. 10 on its list of "Top 25 Colleges for Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Programs."
Physics department introduces new SCALE-UP teaching approach
The department of physics has introduced a new approach to teaching 100-level physics classes that encourages students to work together in groups to solve problems in class.
Miami-UC football food race: By app or by can, who will donate the most?
Miami University and the University of Cincinnati will hold a competitive, weeklong food drive leading up to the Sept. 20 football game in Paul Brown Stadium.
Award-winning writer Andrew Revkin opens Altman Program Sept. 15
Andrew Revkin, award-winning writer and author of The New York Times' Dot Earth Blog, will present “Seeking a Good Path in the Anthropocene" at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, in the Wilks Theater of the Armstrong Student Center.
Miami jumps to second place (first among publics) in U.S. News rankings for commitment to undergraduate teaching
Miami University is second in the nation for its strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, per the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2015 rankings.