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09/06/2019
Batchelor authors book about George Remus
MJF Faculty Member Bob Batchelor's book about George Remus, a notorious Cincinnati bootlegger, was recently published. 
08/15/2019
Newberry to speak at ethics conference
Journalism Coordinator Patti Gallagher Newberry will be one of the speakers at the Poynter KSU Ethics Workshop Sept. 19 at Kent State University.
08/08/2019
Wil Haygood receives Ohioana Award for "Tigerland"
Miami University's Wil Haygood will receive the 2019 Ohioana Award for best book about Ohio or an Ohioan this fall.
07/31/2019
Miami students receive national scholarships to support study abroad programs
Several Miami University students have received national scholarships to support their study abroad programs this summer and fall.
07/17/2019
With 100+ episodes, "Stats + Stories" continues to advocate for numerical literacy
John Bailer, Rosemary Pennington and Richard Campbell generate the stories statistics tell.Miami University's John Bailer believes people have a big problem with numbers.
07/16/2019
Mack Hagood examines our fight to control noise with sound
The noise is positive for "Hush: Media and Sonic Self-Control," a new book by Miami University's Mack Hagood.
07/16/2019
AHEAD Award Goes to Miami Student
When she arrived on campus in 2015 for her first year at Miami, Megan Zahneis ‘19 had a positive first impression of disability services. She did not anticipate, however, that disability and advocacy would become such an integral part of her collegiate career. And she certainly had no idea that her work would lead to being nationally recognized in the field.
07/09/2019
Award-winning collaboration “HumanitiesWorks” uses data to disprove public perception
Student working on architecture project in the studio at Alumni Hall. Major at your own risk. That’s often the public perception of students who choose to study philosophy over finance or English over engineering.
05/30/2019
Honoring Miami "roots and wings": Rebecca Messina '94 addresses nearly 1700 bachelor's and master's graduates at annual CAS spring recognition ceremony
On May 18, the College of Arts and Science, highlighted by speeches by Rebecca Messina '94 and Jacob Bruggeman '19, celebrated the achievement of 1521 bachelors and 176 masters graduates at the 2019 Recognition Ceremony