Etta Caver earns award from National Women's Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation
Etta Caver (Miami '05) and Rita Corbin Burns (Miami '75) never met. In fact, the selection of Caver as the first recipient of the Rita Corbin Burns Award was simply a “pure and poignant coincidence,” in the words of Michelle Bart, president and co-founder of the National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE).
A life in the classroom keeps this 93-year-old professor young
He may move slowly, but John Eicher’s 93-year-old brain works at a pace unknown to most 20-year olds. The Miami University professor emeritus has lived a life most people cannot comprehend.
Miami among Kiplinger's "Best College Values"
Miami University is among the country's 100 "Best College Values," according to Kiplinger's Personal Finance.
"You Live In a Watershed!": Student-designed exhibit aims to educate state park visitors
Visitors to the nature center at Hueston Woods State Park near Oxford can learn about the importance of watersheds, thanks to an interactive exhibit 15 Miami University students helped design.
Gunlock family donates $6 million to Miami athletics
A family with deep ties to Miami University and its athletic programs is making one of the largest single donations ever received by the athletic department. The gift was announced today (Dec. 16) by David Sayler, Miami's athletic director.
More Miami University students registered to participate in winter term
This January, thousands of Miami University students hope to enrich their academic experiences through study abroad, conducting research, completing a workshop or internship, or taking additional online or on-campus courses.
Miami University Humanities Center awarded $500,000 NEH Challenge Grant
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded the Miami University Humanities Center a $500,000 Challenge Grant.
Miami to award 1,023 diplomas during fall commencement Dec. 12
Miami University will present 1,023 diplomas during its fall commencement ceremony at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12, in Millett Hall.
Room and board rates set; new degrees approved
The most common meal plan cost will not go up next year at Miami University, and room rates will increase based on the type of room per a vote by university trustees today, Dec. 5.