Miami's commitment to teaching tops in U.S. News rankings
Miami's "unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching" earns it third place in a special list in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2014. Miami ranks behind only Dartmouth and Princeton and is tied with College of William and Mary as the top two public universities for commitment to teaching.
Kari Byron and Tory Belleci kick off Miami University Lecture Series
Two stars of Discovery Channel's "MythBusters" open the 2013-2014 Miami University Lecture Series with "How the MythBusters Made Science Cool Again" at 8 P.M. Monday, Sept. 23, in Hall Auditorium. Kari Byron and Tory Belleci's lecture is the first of five in the series.
3-D printing could transform the way Miami students learn
Peek inside Jeb Card's teaching lab and catch a glimpse of ancient history colliding with futuristic technology in a way that could transform how students learn.
Award-winning author Pico Iyer opens Altman Program on Globalization and Belonging
Award-winning author Pico Iyer will present "Global Souls: Fresh Pressures and Possibilities in our New Age of Movement" at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, in 102 Benton Hall.
"Common vision, deep commitment": President Hodge's annual address
Miami University President David Hodge in his annual address Sept. 3 credited faculty and staff for building positive momentum toward the process of continually improving university programs and processes. He commended ongoing practices that are improving the Miami experience and highlighted the coming year's initiatives that will continue Miami's success.
Miami Tribe reclaims historic land grants
Eight early 19th-century land grants and a map of an Indiana town on historic Miami lands have been returned to the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, and Miami University staff members are assisting with their assessment and preservation.
New study shows inflammation signals can induce complete retina regeneration in the embryonic chick
A study by Miami University developmental biologist Katia Del Rio-Tsonis and colleagues reveals a previously unsuspected, new function of complement components that has a positive effect on eye tissue repair.
"Rent" opens department of theatre's 2013-2014 season Oct. 2
The department of theatre's 2013-2014 season, "A Magical, Musical, Mystery Tour," opens Oct. 2 with an "unplugged" production of "Rent," the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning musical by Jonathan Larson.
Astronaut Charlie Precourt presents scholarship award to Miami senior
Space shuttle astronaut Charles Precourt will present senior Dirk Auman with a $10,000 scholarship and will share his space mission experiences at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28, in Hall Auditorium.