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Professor Jason Boock receives $200,000 grant from National Science Foundation
Professor Jason Boock recently received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his project proposal titled, "ERI: Development of Non-native Sigma Factors for Metabolic Engineering."
Miami professor awarded Fulbright Scholar to study structural integrity of alloy metals
Miami University's Carter Hamilton received a Fulbright Scholar award to teach and research in Poland. He will study the material behavior of metals and their properties as they relate to welding techniques. 
Ran Zhang receives NSF grant to study ways to improve wireless network connections
Ran Zhang, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation for a project that will start on July 1.
Former Ambassador Ira Shapiro offers strong opinions on the state of Congress in the 2022 Darrell West Lecture
On Tuesday, March 15, students huddled close in front of former Ambassador Ira Shapiro for an intimate discussion on the U.S. Senate’s role in facing challenges to American democracy in the 2022 Darrell West Lecture.
Ransomware main topic at first EY Cybersecurity Symposium
Two Miami alumni talked about the ongoing struggle with ransomware in the business world.
Former Lithuanian president references her political experience while speaking on the ongoing Ukrainian crisis
Former Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskait? delivered the annual Havighurst Lecture on March 10, sponsored by the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies. Grybauskait? spoke about the war in Ukraine and her political experiences as the leader of one of the Baltic states of eastern Europe.
National public policy and public health experts debate the viability of legalizing marijuana
On March 9, Miami University’s biannual Janus Forum welcomed former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and Harvard Medical School professor Dr. Bertha Madras to discuss their opposing views on “Let’s Be Blunt: Should Marijuana Be Legalized?”
FSB professor's 'Big Idea' featured in Harvard Business Review
Megan Gerhardt and her co-authors have a new outlet for their work on Gentelligence.
Social Innovation Weekend 2022 takes on mental health challenge
Social Innovation Weekend participants worked to find solutions to issues involving mental health and resilience.