What do Cleopatra, the Romans and Greek mythology have in common?
classics-njcl-poster.jpgThe campus will become home to 1,300 middle and high school students taking part in the National Junior Classical League convention July 23-28.
Physical facilities department introduces new website and service request portal
Miami University’s physical facilities department has a new and improved version of the web-based service request portal and a new website.
Eos Earth and Space Science News highlights paper by Miami scientists
rachel-pilla-in-boat.jpgA recent paper by Rachel Pilla, Miami University doctoral student in biology, is featured as a Research Spotlight on  Eos Earth and Space Science News.
Division of Student Affairs takes on new name: Student Life
megafair.jpgMiami’s Division of Student Affairs has spent the past year undergoing a comprehensive revision process, resulting in a revitalized structure and a new name: Student Life.
Shopping on Miami's campus benefits you and students
shriver-vineyard-vines.jpgAre you looking for technology items, Miami spirit gear, gifts, or art and school supplies? Miami University's stores can help you with those items and more.
New Oxford campus maps available
New maps of Miami's Oxford campus are available at no charge to university departments and offices.
In memoriam: Derrell Hart
Burns Derrell Hart, 78, known as Derrell, died June 5 at Woodland Country Manor after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. A longtime resident of Oxford, Hart served Miami in student affairs, retiring in 1993.
Creative writing faculty members, alumnus receive Ohio Arts Council awards
arts-council-logo.pngMiami University creative writing professors Brian Ascalon Roley and TaraShea Nesbit each received an Individual Excellence Award from the Ohio Arts Council board.
A new name for the office of purchasing reflects its vision
The office of purchasing is now the office of strategic procurement.