Miami mourns the loss of John E. Dolibois
John E. Dolibois, former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg and last American survivor of a team that interrogated top-ranking Nazis for the Nuremberg Trials, died Friday, May 2, at his home in Cincinnati. He was 95.
Goldman Prize winner to live in Egypt, write book on the "Untold Narratives of Egypt's Awakening"
Miami University senior Emily Crane, recipient of the $30,000 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize, will spend a year in Egypt writing a book: "Voices of the Revolution."
Miami University students develop app to help fight hunger
A new smartphone app — developed by Miami University students hoping to revolutionize the way people donate to food banks — was rolled out to the public today.
Karen Dawisha awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Karen Dawisha, Miami's Havighurst Professor of Political Science, will receive the prestigious Benjamin Harrison Medallion during the May 17 commencement ceremony. The announcement was made during faculty assembly April 30.
Paul Larson named Sigma Xi Researcher of the Year
Paul Larson, professor of mathematics, has been named Miami University's Sigma Xi Researcher of the Year for 2014.
Freedom Summer selected for summer reading program
Freedom Summer: The Savage Season of 1964 That Made Mississippi Burn and Made America a Democracy has been chosen for this year's summer reading program.
Trustees acknowledge numerous student success initiatives
Via data on development of eLearning courses, training and infrastructure, an updated Global Miami Plan, and process and financial gains via Lean initiatives in operations, Miami University trustees today (April 25) accepted reports of continuous improvements across Miami University.
Two Miami students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Miami University students Courtney Clark-Hachtel (Miami '12) and senior James Tong Morton have been awarded fellowships from the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).
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.