04/24/2014
Theatre: "Peter Pan" opens April 30
The department of theatre presents "Peter Pan," by Sir James M. Barrie, adapted and directed by Laura Ferdinand Feldmeyer (Miami '09), opening April 30 through May 3.
04/23/2014
"Draft Day" a winner for its writer, Rajiv Joseph (Miami '96)
Cleveland native Rajiv Joseph (Miami '96) is a zealous Browns fan. That's why he wanted to write a football movie. That's also why he initially wrote "Draft Day" for the Buffalo Bills.
04/22/2014
Performing Arts Series: "Andres Cardenes, Violin and Friends" April 28
Grammy-nominated violinist Andres Cardenes will perform a chamber music recital at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 28, at the Oxford Community Arts Center.
04/21/2014
Miami students named Goldwater Scholar, Honorable Mentions
Abraham "Jon" Moller, a junior microbiology and biochemistry double major, is one of 283 students nationwide to be awarded a Goldwater Scholarship, the premier undergraduate award of its type.
04/20/2014
Miami inducts John Harbaugh into Cradle of Coaches
Super Bowl champion coach John Harbaugh, a 1984 graduate of Miami University, was inducted into the Cradle of Coaches Association and immortalized with a statue at Yager Stadium's Cradle of Coaches Plaza this past weekend (April 19). Harbaugh's bronze, full-body image depicts him on the sidelines as coach of the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII champion Baltimore Ravens.
04/18/2014
EHS Dean Carine Feyten named chancellor and president of Texas Woman's University
Carine M. Feyten, dean of Miami University's College of Education, Health, and Society, has been named chancellor and president of Texas Woman's University, the nation's largest university primarily for women, effective July 1.
04/16/2014
Miami Mock Trial teams place fifth and seventh at National Championship
Two teams from the Miami University James Lewis Family Mock Trial program placed fifth and seventh at the 2014 American Mock Trial Association National Championship Tournament held April 11-13.
04/11/2014
Farmer School of Business 8th best in nation
Miami University's Farmer School of Business was ranked 8th best among public institutions and 23rd overall in the Bloomberg Businessweek 2014 Best Undergraduate Business Schools list.
04/11/2014
Grants will expand internship and co-op opportunities
Miami University will receive close to $900,000 in grants from the Ohio Board of Regents designed to expand existing co-op and internship programs to better serve students and businesses.