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Beyond the lava: Miami experts focus on volcanic hazards to people, ecology
The difference in the effects of Guatemala's Fuego volcano and Hawaii's Kilauea volcano are striking.As volcanoes in Hawaii and Guatemala simultaneously spew lava and belch toxic plumes of ash, experts at Miami University are focused on the impact on humans and ecology in the surrounding area.
Miami scientists welcome Talawanda elementary students for Science Week
Students learned about brains and neuroscience with Jennifer Quinn, associate professor of psychology, and graduate students (photos by Scott Kissell). Miami scientists welcomed hundreds of elementary students from TalawandaÂ’s Bogan, Kramer and Marshall schools during the 12th annual Science Week May 21-23.
Goldwater Scholars
Hannah Kempf one of two Miami students named Goldwater Scholars.
2018 College of Arts and Science graduation ceremony features student Max Leveridge and alum Scott Hess
On the evening of Saturday, May 19, new student graduate Max Leveridge and 1989 Miami alum Scott Hess took the stage in a packed Millett Assembly Hall to address the College of Arts and Science's graduating Class of 2018, along with their families and friends
Binyam and Childers recipients of 2018 CMS Education Award
Binyam and ChildersGeology undergrads receive Cincinnati Mineralogy Society Education Award
Elizabeth O'Brian
Elizabeth O'Brien wins awardElizabeth O'Brien on being named a recipient of a 2019 Provost Student Academic Achievement Award!
R.J. Brydon awarded research grant
Brydon wins AwardR.J. Brydon has been awarded a major research grant
Alex Kugler receives 2 grant awards
Alex Kugler recently received 2 major grants
Conservation scientist and Miami alum discusses work with the World Wildlife Fund and Natural Capital Project
On April 13, Miami's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES) had the pleasure of hosting Derric Pennington (Miami '03) as the guest speaker for their end-of-the-year banquet