HCWE Announces 2023 Howe Award Recipients
Each spring semester, the Howe Center for Writing Excellence presents the Roger and Joyce Howe Award for Excellence in Disciplinary Writing Instruction. This award recognizes individual faculty mem...
The Princeton Review names Miami’s Games + Simulation to top undergraduate list
Program is in the top 10 for public institutions
Miami Piano Students Present “Tickling the Ivories” Piano Recital Series
The piano students of Dr. Lian Tan from Miami University Department of Music are presenting a recital series entitled "Tickling the Ivories" as part of a service project for the Miami Uni...
Experience the Emerald Isle in a Miami education abroad program
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in February
Our editors' picks for February provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage.
Miami University Double Reed Day announced for April 1, 2023
Miami University is hosting its annual Double Reed Day on Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Brace yourself for The Play That Goes Wrong at Miami University
The production runs April 26, 27, and 29 at 7:30pm and April 30 at 2pm in the Gates-Abegglen Theatre in the Center for Performing Arts.
Miami hosts its annual Young Painters Competition
From February 6-10, Hiestand Galleries put on one of its most exciting weeks of the year – The Miami University Young Painters Competition.
Miami Architecture studio featured in documentary film
Miami Architecture Studio Featured in Documentary Film Miami University’s Department of Architecture and Interior Design’s Burton J. Westcott Design-Build Studio architecture st...
Miami University Symphony Orchestra concert March 9 honors the victims of the Türkiye and Syria earthquakes
The concert launches a response by IFSAM to this shattering disaster that affected members of Miami’s faculty, staff, and students who have relatives and friends in the region
Miami employees celebrate 15, 25, 30 years of service
Employees who have 15, 25 and 30 years of service were honored at a reception Feb. 15
Miami music student enters national orchestra festival
Sophomore music performance and biochemistry double major Cole Kubesch was recently accepted into the Pierre Monteux Orchestra Festival in Maine this summer. Kubesch looks forward to exhibiting his...
Artfully overcoming imposter syndrome
Hear how Zoë Neubig ’23 overcame imposter syndrome to embrace her true calling as an artist
Top Ten Reasons to Apply for a Faculty-Led Summer Abroad/Away Program
With deadlines approaching soon, now is the time to apply to study abroad this summer in a Miami faculty-led program
Miami faculty world-premieres feature film at international festival
“Rachel Hendrix” will premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which takes place February 8-18.
Independent Artist Series returns with student-written work
Modeled after the “storefront” theatre movement, the series presents existing plays, created work, or any variety of live performance fully produced by students.
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in January
Our editors' picks for January and December provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage.
Miami University Opera Theatre’s “Hydrogen Jukebox” awarded first place at the National Opera Association Convention
The film that received the award was created during the pandemic and provided a unique opportunity for the program to collaborate with local arts organizations and for the students to acquire new s...
Associate Professor Stephanie Danker publishes “Conceptualizing Art Integration Through Currere”
This article looks at how “currere led us to awareness of moments of tension impacting our teaching practices in which we have privileged community partner voices over our students.”
Assistant professor Jeff Kruth publishes new research book
The book explores his and other authors’ case studies on industrialization across various countries, and examines the relationship between our contemporary cultures and cities and our histories.
MUCCE awarded for community service
The Miami University Center for Community Engagement (MUCCE) recently won the Society for Applied Anthropology’s (SfAA) Robert A. and Beverly H. Hackenberg Prize for its continued excellence ...
Miami’s Department of Theatre wins big for its production of R.U.R.
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) National Awards Committee just commended Miami’s Department of Theatre for its production of Rossum’s Universal Robots (R.U...
Miami design faculty imagines sci-fi and real-world innovation on podcast sponsored by Mercedes-Benz
Future Dimensions, a sci-fi and real-world innovation podcast sponsored by Mercedes-Benz, recently interviewed graduate director in Experience Design at Miami University, Dennis Cheatham.
Theatre alum Anthony Thompson named 18 of the last 9 honoree
Now in its 10th year, the 18 of the Last 9 Award recognizes alumni who lead, innovate, create, or make a significant positive impact on the world around them by consistently living out the values i...
Associate Professor of Piano Lian Tan receives 2023 MTNA American Music Teacher Article of the Year Award
The American Music Teacher (AMT) is the official journal of Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), with over 17,000 readers from the United States and around the globe.
Miami University names Elizabeth Mullenix as provost, executive vice president of academic affairs
President Gregory Crawford called her a longtime campus leader, well respected by her colleagues, and passionate about faculty and student success
Top 7 most-read Miami University news stories of 2022
Some surprises, and seasonal favorites, are included in our top most-read stories from 2022
Architecture Traveling Studio program unites first-year graduate students with alumni
Miami University trustees approve revisions to operating budget, new degree programs
The Miami University Board of Trustees approved two new degree programs and revisions to the operating budget during its regular meeting Dec. 9
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in November
Our editors' picks for November provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage
Associate Professor of Art History Pepper Stetler wins grant from Andy Warhol Foundation
The Andy Warhol Foundation’s goal is to support a wide range of artistic expression in America and does so by providing grants for writers’ work.
Interior Design student Alexandra Kasson awarded NEWH scholarship
NEWH is an international hospitality industry community that provides scholarships, education, leadership development, recognition of excellence, and business development opportunities to others.
Art Education students present at statewide OAEA conference
OAEA is the leading professional membership organization exclusively for visual arts educators in Ohio.
Miami University names art museum in honor of longtime donors
Richard and Carole Cocks began donating art nearly 40 years ago
Transformational gift brings new era for Miami Art Museum
Richard and Carole Cocks have gifted the university more than 60 artworks over the years
Assistant Professor of Architecture Elizabeth Keslacy wins “Best Paper” by ACSA
Keslacy was awarded Best Paper for her work titled, “Re-reading the Pedestrian Mall: Race and Urban Landscape in the Memphis Mid-America Mall.”
Professor and Chair of the Department of Art Amanda Alexander publishes the 2022 Issue of the Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education
Alexander, in collaboration with her colleague Cala Coats (Arizona State University), published volume 39 of the journal November 15, 2022. The edition’s theme is “Rethinking Ritual Eco...
Theatre Professor and Chair Matt Omasta publishes “Data-Based Analysis of Diversity and Equity in Theatre for Young Audience Companies”
There is an urgent need for Theatres for Young Audiences to produce plays that share the stories and experiences of people of color and to ensure works by playwrights of color are produced regularl...
Cincinnati Symphony Brass Institute highlighted in Fanfare Magazine
The Cincinnati Symphony Brass Institute is an auditioned, one-week brass-intensive program provided at no cost to students.
When acting on intuition takes center stage
Using theatre to inspire, educate, and change lives through the power of art and performance
President and Dr. Crawford host College of Creative Arts art exhibition at Lewis Place
President Greg and University Ambassador Renate Crawford hosted the art exhibition and open house with light refreshments Sunday, Oct. 9, from 9-11 a.m.
Miami Graduate Tuba Student selected to perform in the CSO
Miami graduate student John Miller was selected to perform as second tuba in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Associate Professor of Art History Andrew Casper awarded 2022 Roland H. Bainton Book Prize
The Roland H. Bainton Book Prizes are awarded yearly for the best books written in English within the time frame of 1450-1660 in four categories: Art and Music History, History and Theology, Litera...
Miami Voice Students Take Home Honors
Nine Miami University Department of Music Voice students took home honors at the Ohio National Association of Teachers of Singing Fall Audition.
Letting college growth unfold naturally
Avoiding burnout, the value of research lab experience, and the importance of letting things unfold in their own natural ways
Miami University Theatre presents “Miami Moves,” an interdisciplinary dance concert
With effort from faculty, staff, and students—from campus and beyond—Miami Moves is truly a collaborative community event.
Reflecting on the UniDiversity Festival 2022
The annual Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival, a highlight of National Hispanic-Latino American Heritage Month at Miami, was held on September 30.
Two Miami University Art students’ work selected to be published in drawing textbook
Junior Kaitie Brunner and 2022 aluma Hannah Martin’s artworks were selected to be featured in "Gateways to Drawing: A Complete Guide" by Stephen C.P. Gardner, Thames & Hudson.
Katherine Setser selected as 2022 recipient of the ASID Design Luminary Award
The national award recognizes an individual or organization for advancing the interior design profession through outstanding education, advocacy, research, or promotion
Miami students have chance to shine at Blink Festival
Art, projection mapping event is Oct. 13-16 in Cincinnati
Go behind the scenes with "Pan Rocks"
View a video documentary of the April 2022 "Pan Rocks" concert.
Three exhibitions explore the 50-year relationship between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University
The relationship is explored through art and history in exhibitions on campus and at the Oxford Community Arts Center
Miami University Theatre presents “Angel’s Trumpet”
Join Miami’s Department of Theatre for Sharon Pollock’s “Angel’s Trumpet,” a performance based on the lives of F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda.
The annual Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival is a highlight of National Hispanic-Latino American Heritage Month at Miami.
Miami University Symphony Orchestra film selected for the International Diversity Film Festival
“The Curious Happenings of Chokfi and Kokopelli” features a composition by Native American composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate
Auditions for Fall 2022 Theatre Productions
Miami University Theatre invites students to audition for fall 2022 productions. Angel's Trumpet seeks four actors, two male-presenting and two female-presenting. The play focuses on the relat...
What is Miami's Summer Scholars program? Take a look at our Exposure photo essay of the summer experience for high school students
The program provides experiential learning opportunities that will prepare high school students for college and future success
Miami University student shines in national light fixture design competition
Suva Mendoza also was a finalist in another design challenge earlier this year
Miami University President Gregory Crawford elected as National Academy of Inventors Fellow
President Crawford, who holds 16 U.S. patents and several international filings, was inducted this week as an NAI Fellow, the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors
15 Miami University Students Earn Three Arts Scholarships Awards for the 2021-2022 Academic Year
The students were awarded scholarships in the categories of Instrumental Music, Vocal Music and Visual Arts in both undergraduate and master’s categories.
Miami welcomes stellar class of Presidential Fellows
Exceptional students in class of 2026 hail from hometowns across the country and the world
Making headlines, educating the public
Miami faculty, staff, and students answer news media calls for expertise and human interest stories
A year of celebration, perseverance, and reflection: Miami news highlights from the 2021-2022 academic year
It was an academic year marked with celebration and solemn reflection, of new beginnings and a heartfelt sendoff to nearly 4,300 graduates who spent two years muscling through the pandemic
Miami University trustees approve new degree programs
The Miami University Board of Trustees began commencement weekend with the approval of seven new degree programs during its regular meeting on Friday, May 13.
Miami University to celebrate Class of 2022 during in-person commencement ceremony Saturday
Ceremony will be live-streamed for those unable to attend in person
Miami students named Gilman Scholars
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships help fund study abroad experiences.
Padma Patil to lead Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness
New associate vice president to lead data collection, analysis, and reporting and transform how data is used at Miami