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08/20/2020
Miami professor gives Chautauqua Institution lecture series commemorating women's suffrage
August 18, 2020 marked the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote. To commemorate this date, Kimberly A. Hamlin has been conducting a discussion-oriented 3-part master class on the history of women's suffrage and womenÂ’s rights in the United States, hosted by the Chautauqua Institution.
08/19/2020
IDEAS: 'The elderly' casually dismissed as expendable in age of coronavirus
Featured in Springfield News-Sun and Dayton Daily News, Dr. Kate de Medieros writes an op-ed on COVID-19 and attitudes towards older adults. The article highlights the danger of ageist approaches of lumping older adults together based on chronological age and under the umbrella of vulnerability.
08/17/2020
Scripps Gerontology Center engaged in new federal grant to expand dementia-capable communities
The Administration for Community Living (ACL), has awarded a second 3-year grant to Ohio partners aimed at expanding dementia-capable communities and implementation of programs within underserved communities.
07/27/2020
Students research and propose art acquisition
Students research and propose art acquisition
07/20/2020
Miami chemists' breakthrough technique enables design at the interface of chemistry and biology
A technique developed by Miami University chemists Dominik Konkolewicz and Rick Page may help enable more rapid and efficient development of new materials for use in pharmaceuticals, biofuels, and other applications.
07/20/2020
Major VC, industry leader funds faith and entrepreneurship program at Miami University
A leader in the faith-based entrepreneurship community has made a significant donation to such a program at the Farmer School of Business.
07/16/2020
Myaamia culture and imagery to be part of the K-12 "Ohio as America" curriculum
The Myaamia Center, some Miami University art education students and the Talawanda School District have collaborated the past three years on curriculum to help fourth graders learn about Myaamia culture and imagery. Starting this fall, the two Myaamia culture and imagery lessons will become part of the K-12 Ohio as America curriculum.
07/14/2020
Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses Featured on The Academic Minute
How do you help students without the resources to do so? Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses, professor of educational psychology at Miami University, shares research on her Campus Mentors model.
07/13/2020
Two professors receive 2020 Outstanding Faculty Research Award
Dr. Jason Berberich, Associate Professor in the CPB department, and Dr. Andrew Sommers, Associate Professor in the MME department, are the joint recipients of the award. The two have established collaborations with researchers both within and outside of Miami University.