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As Higher Education Systems Restructure, What Big Ideas Might Emerge to Improve Student Success?
As higher education tries to survive in a difficult economy, sharing resources, student information and credentialing systems seamlessly between institutions is essential to gaining and keeping enrollments.
Jessica Schueller (EDL) Wins First Place Young Researcher Award
The Young Researcher Award is selected from theses written across German-speaking countries.
Jason Lane quoted in article on NYU issue
“Institution leaders should think about what their values are: who are we as an institution, what are our ethics and values, and how are they applied to our employees regardless of where they are.”
New bike rack sculpture installed outside the Oxford Community Arts Center
A bike rack sculpture that was supported with a grant from the Oxford Community Foundation that was a joint effort between KNH and ART is finally being installed outside the Oxford Community Arts Center on College Ave.
Valerie Ubbes was appointed to the National Consensus for School Health Education
The National Consensus initiative aligns the strengths of leading national organizations with members that provide health education leadership as classroom teachers, local school district- and state-level health education directors, curriculum developers, teacher educators, and researchers as well as additional experts in the field.
Valerie Ubbes received funding from the Delta Dental Foundation for $3000
Valerie A. Ubbes, is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) and Professor of Health Education at Miami University, who has an extensive background in the preK-12 developmental lifespan and was on the National Health Education Standards Committee.
Jeannie Ducher Scholar Award honors the life and legacy of an inspiring educator, colleague, and friend
Finding the words to describe Jeannie Ducher come easily to everyone who knew her. Ask anyone and they will speak of the fearless candor and charismatic nature that became synonymous with her bright and virtuous character.
The American Academy of Health Behavior (AAHB) announced that Paul Branscum has been selected as the next Editor-in-Chief of Health Behavior Research.
Dr. Branscum was selected after a rigorous review of his application materials as a talented and well-qualified candidate. His scholarly achievements, experience in research and publications and long-standing service to AAHB support his forthcoming work as EIC of AAHB official journal.
Sara Acevedo (EDP) Receives Ray of Light Award
This award recognizes members of the Miami University community who have demonstrated, advanced, or promoted activities, programs, or actions that have supported campus efforts to help enrich the experiences for faculty, staff, and students at the University.