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New Publications from Dr. Jay Kimiecik
New publication from KNH Associate Professor, Jay Kimiecik.
EDL Alum Receives Exemplary Leadership Award
Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli is a 2020 recipient of the Exemplary Leadership Award presented by the Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA).
Miami launches Real Estate-centric degree
Biz, Oct. 12
John Forren on Meet the Candidates Night, Oct. 12
Miami faculty adapt to online and hybrid teaching; developing tools and techniques that will serve students far beyond COVID-19 pandemic
While Miami classes look radically different than they did a year ago, faculty and students are capitalizing on new tools and techniques to serve students, in many cases providing efficiencies or opportunities they did not previously envision.
Senate News, October 12, 2020
Associate Provost Jeffrey Wanko led a discussion regarding the formation of an ad-hoc committee to review the class attendance policy. Dr. Bennyce Hamilton returned to Senate to continue discussion on the changes to the composition and function of the Council on Diversity and Inclusion.
FAFSA for 2021-2022 Available
The 2021 - 2022 FAFSA is available as of October 1, 2020. New, incoming first-year students are encouraged to submit the FAFSA by the Priority 1 deadline of December 1, 2020 or the Priority 2 Deadline of February 1, 2021. The priority deadline for returning, regional, transfer, and graduate students is February 1, 2021. Find more information on the One Stop website.
Senate News, September 28, 2020
University Distinguished Professor Stacey Lowery Bretz provided an update on the Academic Program Evaluation, Improvement and Prioritization (APEIP) process. Dr. Bennyce Hamilton introduced proposed changes to the composition and function of the Council on Diversity and Inclusion. Jerome Conley, Dean, University Libraries, introduced a Sense of the Senate resolution on the prioritization of library space.
Miami University Symphony Orchestra Places in the American Prize Award
MUSO Wins Third Place in the 2020 American Prize Award, College Division.