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02/18/2022
Bryan Van Scoy part of a research team receiving an outstanding paper award
Bryan Van Scoy, an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Miami University, alongside five other professors, recently received the 2021 IEEE Control Systems Magazine Outstanding Paper Award.
02/17/2022
Scripps Gerontology Center provides free resources for families navigating caregiving decisions
A new suite of resources developed by Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center will help families navigate the difficult process of establishing and coordinating care for a loved one. Informed by years of research and feedback from people with care needs and their families, Our Family, Our Way helps families think and talk about caregiving.
02/17/2022
FSB professor earns Fulbright Distinguished Chair award
Lisa Ellram is one of a handful of professors in the U.S. to earn the award.
02/01/2022
Dr. Zhijiang (Justin) Ye receives 2021 STLE Early Career Award
Dr. Zhijiang (Justin) Ye recently received the 2021 STLE Early Career Award for his work in tribology.
01/27/2022
Lab in Focus: Computer Science and Software Engineering Professors and students collaborate on many publications
Miami CEC students collaborate with professors in recent projects and conference papers.
01/25/2022
Assistant Professor Xinyi Xiao is granted patent
Dr. Xinyi Xiao talks about the details of the patent she was recently granted.
01/24/2022
New Exhibitions at the Miami University Art Museum
Check out the latest exhibitions open now at the Miami University Art Museum.
01/20/2022
Dr. Andrew Paluch receives prestigious ChemEngineering 2021 Young Investigator Award
Read about Dr. Paluch’s outstanding work in his field and the award he recently received from ChemEngineering, an open-source journal for chemical engineering.
01/18/2022
Miami University Professor and Chair Dr. Qihou Zhou wins prestigious award from National Science Foundation for research project
Dr. Zhou talks about his research project and his work with Arecibo and his close association with the observatory where he studied and worked before coming to Miami.