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Miami University Nutrition Conference 2021
October 26th and 27th
Nutrition Workshops
Come join us for some food and fun November 4th and 10th.
Helaine Alessio and Robbyn Abbitt received the Wilks Institute for Leadership and Service award
This award will support students in the Capstone course: Personal and Ecological Health to create and map mountain bike and hiking trails in Hueston Woods State Park.
Dean Smith wins 2021 Chiropractor of the Year Award
Dean Smith has not only combined his passion for chiropractic, education and research into a positive career, he has also impacted students, peers and the OSCA along the way.
FAFSA for 2022-2023 Available
The 2022–2023 FAFSA is available as of October 1, 2021. The priority deadline for returning, regional, transfer, and graduate students to submit the FAFSA is February 1, 2022. New, incoming first-year students are encouraged to submit the FAFSA by the Priority 1 deadline of December 1, 2021 or the Priority 2 Deadline of February 1, 2022.
New publication from FSW Associate Professor, Amy Roberts
Roberts, A. R., Smith, K., Bern-Klug, M., & Hector, P. (in press). Barriers to psychosocial care in nursing homes as reported by social services directors. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
New publication from FSW Assistant Professor, Veronica Barrios
Barrios, V. R., Corpora, M., Pawlecki, E., & Caspi, J. (in press). My sister’s keeper: Survivors disclosing sexual violence to a sibling. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
EHS Awarded $2.5 Million PELEA Grant
The Preparing English Learner Educational Allies (PELEA) grant will equip paraprofessionals, in-service, and preservice teachers with skills, strategies, and dispositions to improve instruction for ELs.
Wellness and liberation can begin within. New book from Miami alumna guides the way.
“I’m the girl who saved herself," Williams says, and her new book, Pennywise: Intuit, Wisdom, and Spiritual Connection Through the Senses, is meant to inspire others to do the same.