RedHawks establish all-time high in GPA
Miami University's RedHawks finished the spring semester with a cumulative GPA of 3.301, the highest GPA ever for Miami athletes for a single semester.
Interactive app and Web-based game will share the story of Freedom Summer
A Miami University theatre professor has been awarded a $59,994 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop a prototype for a location-based game about the role Western College for Women (now Miami's Western campus) played in Freedom Summer.
Nancy Solomon elected Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society
Nancy Solomon, professor of biology at Miami University, is one of five new Fellows of the Animal Behavior Society. She is the first ABS Fellow at Miami.
Miami's incoming class of 2018 most academically accomplished in university history
Following a record year of applications, Miami University's enrolling class of 2018 is projected to be the most academically accomplished in university history. As of May 13, 3,771 students were committed to attending Miami in the fall.
Miami to award 4,056 degrees: Oscar winner Forest Whitaker keynote speaker
Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker is the featured speaker at Miami University's spring ceremony, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 17, at Yager Stadium. Miami will award 4,056 degrees.
Moving out? Don't discard useful items - donate to ShareFest May 15-20
Preparing to move out this week? Don't discard useful items - donate furniture, school supplies, clothing and other items to ShareFest 2014 during Miami's Move-Out Week, May 15-20.
New laser system at Miami beams red, green and purple to the delight of molecules
New ultrafast laser technology now at Miami University will help researchers and students better understand energy transfer processes in collisions between atoms and molecules — applicable in the fields of biology, medicine, engineering and quantum physics.
Miami sophomore awarded Boren Scholarship for study in Brazil
Sara Giska, a sophomore at Miami University, has been selected as a recipient of the 2014 National Security Education Program (NSEP) Boren Scholarship for international study.
Miami lands Race to the Top educator grant
Miami University is the top-scoring public university - and one of only two public universities in Ohio - to receive the 2014 Race to the Top Educator Preparation Program Incentive Grant (EPPI). Miami's educator preparation programs scored well above the statewide mean, earning the university an award of $160,055.