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10/31/2019
Speech Pathology and Audiology grad students collaborate with Statistics students on research projects
On October 16, graduate students from the Department of Speech Pathology & Audiology paired up with their counterparts in the Department of Statistics to engage in a dynamic one-hour consultation session about their research literature
10/29/2019
Graduate Research Forum Nov. 1: 140 presentations, posters and art displays
Graduate students from all divisions will present more than 140 oral sessions, poster presentations and art displays at the Graduate Research Forum Nov. 1.
10/29/2019
Students Perform a Play at Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Students Perform a Play about Freedom Summer at Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
10/28/2019
Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship to pilot MIINT undergrad program
The John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship will be the first undergraduate program to be part of the MBA Impact Investing Network & Training program.
10/24/2019
Museums Miami Center brings entities under one umbrella
Michael Hatch, assistant professor of art history, discusses a print piece with a student, while Robert Wicks, director of the Miami University Art Museum, talks to another student in the class at the art museum.Miami's seven museums and museum-like entities have joined forces under one umbrella organization, the Museums Miami Center. The Council of Academic Deans approved the request to establish the interdisciplinary university center.
10/17/2019
Students from around the country conduct research at Miami
Miami sophomore zoology major Ty Cooley searches for amphibians at Shaker Trace Wetlands in Harrison, OhioThey ventured from Iowa, North Carolina, Puerto Rico and other communities to study at Miami University during the summer as part of the NSF-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program.
10/15/2019
25 years of ecosystem research on Acton Lake supported by NSF
Long-term research on Acton Lake has involved more than 100  students over the past 25 years. Left to right:  Kevin Lash ('16, M.S. '18)  and doctoral student Tanner Williamson in 2015;  Jessica Gephart (Miami '11) and Claire Meikle ('14) in 2011; and Williamson, Tessa Farthing , graduate student, Izzy Aristizabal, senior, and  Claire Stock, junior, in 2019. The NSF Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB) grant provides $634,999 over the next five years. It is the only LTREB project currently funded in Ohio.
10/07/2019
Empathy and the Religious "Enemy": Miami students conduct interviews with Westboro Baptist Church members
This past summer, sophomore Alexa Lawhorn and senior Sofia Vlahakos travelled to Topeka, Kansas for 5 days with assistant teaching professor of comparative religion Hillel Gray to meet and interview members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church (WBC)
10/04/2019
SEEC Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Donna Riley speaks about the future of engineering and society
This week, Dr. Donna Riley, PhD, FASEE served as Miami University’s SEEC Scholar-in-Residence. As a current Professor and Kamyar Hadhighi Head at Purdue’s School of Engineering Education, she has contributed significantly to the engineering and computing fields throughout her career, and continues to do so.