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12/10/2020
Guinigundo and Raval Awarded Internationalization Grant
Karla Guinigundo (Global Initiatives) and Vaishali Raval (Psychology) were recently awarded a $99,525 grant through the US Mission India Public Diplomacy Grants Program "Promoting Internationalization of Indian Universities Through U.S. collaborations."
12/04/2020
Featured Fellow: John Bowblis, PhD
Professor of Economics and Scripps Research Fellow, Dr. John Bowblis wasted no time in 2020. In addition to 16 peer-reviewed papers accepted for publication and one research brief, Bowblis has an active role in five newly-funded grants.
11/09/2020
Alumnus' family gives $200k to support entrepreneurship's L.I.F.E Research Lab
The third gift from the Williamson family is the largest so far.
11/03/2020
Miami's Havighurst Center brings art from Post-Soviet Russia to the surface through Creative Horizons
Miami's Havighurst Center for Russian & Post-Soviet Studies has helped to create a new initiative called Creative Horizons, a digital project that captures the significance of art in the post-Soviet era. Its mission is to illuminate how Russian artists combine art and history to evoke creativity through hardship and to create meaning through resilience.
10/30/2020
Psychology students push forward their research despite the pandemic to present at a major national conference
Two undergraduate psychology students, who since last May have been working in professor of psychology Christopher Wolfe's Medical Decision Making lab, have been selected to present their research at the 50th annual meeting of the Society for Computation in Psychology on November 19. Three other Miami undergraduate and a graduate student are co-authors on a third presentation.
10/14/2020
Extramural funding at Miami University sets new record in fiscal year 2020
The total extramural funding received in FY 2020 was $26,951,278, an increase of more than 10% over FY 2019, according to Mike Crowder, interim vice president for research and innovation.
10/14/2020
NIH R21 awarded to Dr. Hui Wang
By advancing the imaging technology, they will be able to reveal the detailed process of lens regeneration in newts, including lens fiber differentiation, lens vesicle formation, changes in iris vasculature and more. 
10/07/2020
Miami's public health program engineers a new contact tracing program for Butler County to fight COVID-19
Early this summer, after the COVID-19 pandemic had already swept across the country and shut down college campuses and businesses around the world, Miami's public health program began to put together a plan to help track the virus's rampant spread throughout the local community.
10/06/2020
Miami fire scientist: "Zombie fires" one of new features driving Arctic fires
A number of fires in Sakha Republic, Russia, from June 25, 2020, typical across tundra ecosystems in June. Fire activity suggests direct relationships between burning and permafrost thaw in this region of cold but ice-rich permafrost (McCarty et.al.)."Zombie fires" and burning of fire-resistant vegetation are new features driving Arctic fires — with strong consequences for the global climate — warn international fire scientists in a commentary published this week in Nature Geoscience. "We need new approaches to wildland fire fighting to save the Arctic — there's no time to lose."