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11/02/2018
Juried Student Response Exhibition Artists Announced
The Miami University Art Museum is pleased to announce the juried submissions in its fifth ever Student Response Exhibition set to open January 29, 2019
11/01/2018
Miami University Perfect Example of Educators Embracing Esports
Why Educators Should Embrace Esports

EdTechmagazine.com, Oct. 29
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10/18/2018
Miami senior wins Chronicle of Higher Education award for young journalists
Megan Zahneis, a senior journalism and interactive media studies double major at Miami, was recently awarded The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2018 David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists.
10/18/2018
Assistant prof wins runner-up for best digital game at international conference
Bob De Schutter's interactive game, "Brukel," won runner-up for best digital game award in the game development competition at the International Academic Conference on Meaningful Play Saturday in East Lansing, Michigan.
10/16/2018
Miami senior wins Chronicle’s Award for Young Journalists
Chronicle.com, Oct. 12 (subscription may be required)
10/15/2018
AIMS Student Ben Kolde Cited in Forbes
'3 Mental Shifts Highly Successful People Make Right Before Their Careers Take Off' cites AIMS student Ben Kolde's design as 'crystal clear branding.' Forbes.com, October 11 (subscription may be required)
10/15/2018
Brukel, A Game Created by Miami Professor Bob De Schutter, Wins Runner-Up at Meaningful Play 2018
An early version of Brukel, a new game created by Bob De Schutter, was named as the runner-up for the Best Digital Game Award at Meaningful Play 2018.
10/08/2018
Kevin Aldridge and Glenn Platt to speak at EF Hutton Talks Conference Series
Fairborn Daily Herald.com, Oct. 5 (subscription may be required)
09/27/2018
There's an app for that: Miami alumnus changing the way we give
There’s nothing like a deep-seated sports rivalry to generate excitement. (Just ask a Browns or Bengals fan.) These longstanding traditions of team loyalty and trash-talking are exactly what CEO Matt Golis (Miami ’95) hopes will drive the push in turning sports competition on its head.