Miami University's home makes top 10 list of college towns
Miami University's hometown, Oxford, took the third spot on Livability’s 10 Best College Towns 2014 list.
Author Bruce Watson will deliver keynote address at Miami's convocation
Miami University President David Hodge has invited the entire Miami community to the annual convocation ceremony at 9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 22, near the Freedom Summer Memorial on Western campus. [Note: The ceremony has been postponed due to severe weather.]
Do you know bonobos?
By Mary Kate Findley's observations, Zeke is a typical 4-year-old. He's full of energy and likes to hang upside - but with his feet from man-made vines - typical for a bonobo.
A summer abroad brings students unique perspectives to learning
From the Korean Demilitarized Zone to the city streets of Paris, more than 1,000 Miami students took part in a variety of summer abroad programs.
Princeton Review calls Miami one of nation's best
Miami University is one of the nation's best schools for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review's 2015 edition of "The Best 379 Colleges" guidebook.
Miami's academic quality and ROI shine in Money magazine's newest rankings
Miami University ranks 61st among public universities in Money magazine's new "The Best Colleges for Your Money" list, which focuses on academic quality, affordability and outcomes.
Two interior design majors win $30,000 Donghia Foundation Senior Scholarship Awards
Emily Hale and Alyssa Overs, interior design majors, each received the 2014 Angelo Donghia Foundation Senior Scholarship Award. They are two of 12 students nationwide selected for the $30,000 scholarship.
Siler estate gift strengthens Miami Air Force ROTC Detachment
Stetson Siler (Miami '75) and his wife, Kate, recently paved the way for future Air Force cadets to succeed by designating a major estate gift.
Miami professor's artwork displayed on "Cultural Wall" of Columbus bridge
Larry-Winston-Collins-thumbnail.jpgLarry Winston Collins' unique artwork graces the Long Street Bridge's 240-foot "Cultural Wall" in Columbus that motorists and pedestrians can view day and night.