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CEC Outreach hosts Big Brothers Big Sisters event
The CEC K-12 Outreach program at Miami is working hard to offer opportunities for grade students to get a glimpse into the multifaceted world of Engineering and Computing.
Dr. Amit Shukla talks about the importance and impact of Manufacturing Engineering
With a push for innovation and imagination, the College of Engineering and Computing is striving to get current and future students excited about all of the possibilities that are offered through Manufacturing Engineering.
Choose Ohio First- an Engineering scholarship opportunity
Choose Ohio First is a scholarship through Miami University and the Ohio Department of Higher Education for students in Engineering.
Miami University professor to be celebrated as a prestigious Steinway Artist
Associate Professor of Piano, Dr. Frank Huange, was designated as a Steinway Artist in November 2019. A reception will be held in his honor.
Dr. John Femiani is working on GAN-based image compositing
Dr. John Femiami, in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering has been working to create and improve software with GAN-based image compositing.
Elliott Jardin wants to help us better understand how our brains age
There's a lot about your brain that Elliott Jardin wants you to know. That's why he started his own podcast about the brain: The Brain Health Podcast, available on all major platforms.
2021 MUCAT Competition Results
2021 MUCAT Design Awards have led to some amazing creations and inventions from some fantastic students.
Miami’s top 50 national ranking stands firm in 2022 U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges rankings
Miami is No. 6 among public universities on the list for strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.At No. 46 among national public universities, Miami University is in the top 50 of U.S. News & World Report’s just-released 2022 rankings.
Dr. Abigail Clark is chosen as a Heanon Wilkins Faculty Fellow
Dr. Abigail Clark joined Miami this year as a visiting assistant professor, as a part of the Heanon Wilkins Faculty Fellow program.