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03/08/2021
Assistant Professor of Art History receives ASG Affordable Education Leader Award
Assistant Professor of Art History Dr. Annie Dell'Aria receives ASG Affordable Education Leader Award for building an educational resource website.
03/08/2021
Social Innovation Weekend 2021: 'Best event I have ever attended'
It was a long -- and short -- weekend for participants in Social Innovation Weekend.
03/04/2021
Five CEC professors promoted by the Board of Trustees
Read below for more information about each of the five professors promoted by the Board of Trustees.
03/02/2021
FSB students win inaugural Crowe National Consulting Case Competition
A team of four Farmer School students beat out dozens of other teams for the top spot.
03/02/2021
Putting Miami Music Students Center Stage
The Performing Arts Series is proud to announce two new virtual series, presented in partnership with Ricardo Averbach and the Miami University Student Orchestra.
03/01/2021
Miami team wins VCIC Regionals for fifth consecutive year
Once again, a Farmer School team has taken the top spot in the Venture Capital Investment Competition regionals.
02/25/2021
FSB master of economics program again ranked best among public universities without PhD programs
For the second year in a row, the MEco program is tops among publics that don't have PhD programs
02/25/2021
Dr. Steven Keller recognized as TAPPI Fellow
Nearly 30 years ago, Dr. Steven Keller joined TAPPI as a way to connect with more professionals in his industry. Now, the professor in CPB finds himself as a newly recognized Fellow of the organization.
02/24/2021
Miami University dedicates Nellie Craig Walker Hall after first Black graduate
Miami University officials dedicated the former Campus Avenue Building as Nellie Craig Walker Hall after the university's first Black graduate.  She earned a two-year teaching certificate in 1905. The Oxford native graduated from Miami in 1905, having earned a two-year teaching certificate. She became the first Black educator to student teach in the community’s public schools to a mixed-race class.  Now, she is the first woman of color to have a building named in her honor at Miami.