"You can already feel the energy"
It's open. The Armstrong Student Center officially began its 24/7 daily operation at 7 a.m. Monday, Jan. 27. From 10 a.m.-8 p.m. staff members, building managers and Armstrong student board members will give hourly tours. Monday also begins two weeks of activities leading up to a campuswide dedication ceremony and open house 2-4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7.
Students experience winter term from A-Z
When Miami University students look back on their 2014 winter term experiences, they'll have stories to share from Australia to Zambia - and dozens of places in between.
Armstrong Student Center: Red brick and green building
Miami University's commitment to students demonstrated by the new Armstrong Student Center also reflects a commitment to sustainability with many green design features built into the red brick center.
What's in a name? Or rather, who?
Inside and around the Armstrong Student Center are the Shade Family Room, Joslin Family Terrace, Pulley Diner, Harry T. Wilks Theater, Marcum South Court, Ford Family Meditation & Reflection Room, the Sue Henry and Carter Phillips Student Activities Suite and the Richard and Emily Smucker Wiikiaami Room, among other named areas.
Student-centered dining choices the main plate at Armstrong
With the opening of Miami University's Armstrong Student Center comes a menu that will please just about any palate. From create-your-own pizzas and stir-fries to sundaes and milkshakes, whatever you're craving, you'll find it at one of the six new dining concepts at the student center.
Governing board puts students first in new Armstrong Student Center
From the beginning, the Armstrong Student Center has been called a building "by students, for students" and the center's governing board has played a key role in making that happen.
Ten days and counting: The doors to the Armstrong Student Center open Jan. 27
Ten days and counting to Monday, Jan. 27, when the eagerly anticipated Armstrong Student Center at Miami University opens its doors.
Yu (Jade) Morton named 2014 IEEE Fellow
Yu (Jade) Morton, professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been named an IEEE Fellow, recognized for contributions to the understanding of ionospheric effects on global navigation satellite signals.
New Miami graduates land where they planned
More than 91 percent of Miami University students who graduated August 2012-May 2013* were employed or in graduate school by fall 2013.