News Listing

10/01/2021
Department of Accountancy brings on first Executive-in-Residence
A former PwC managing partner will be the Department of Accountancy's first Executive-in-Residence
10/01/2021
Major Insight Episode 33 The Major League Potential of Connecting Business and Sport Analytics
Featured Majors: Finance, Spot Leadership and Management (SLAM)
10/01/2021
Steven Harvey: Jack of all trades (and master of quite a few)
Let's meet Steven Harvey, support analyst II.
10/01/2021
Myaamia Center's Daryl Baldwin confirmed to National Council on the Humanities
Myaamia Center's Daryl Baldwin confirmed to National Council on the Humanities. Miami University Communication & Marketing, October 1, 2021
10/01/2021
Senate confirms Miami University's Daryl Baldwin to the National Council on the Humanities
Miami University's Daryl Baldwin has been confirmed to the National Council on the Humanities. Cincinnati Public Radio (Tana Weingartner), October 1, 2021
09/30/2021
Family of Miami student who suffered a stroke credits doctors and quick actions of housemates for speedy recovery
Will Olson, right foreground, sits on the porch of his South Campus Avenue house with his housemates.Miami University junior Will Olson suffered a stroke the night of Tuesday, Sept. 7, while relaxing with friends at their South Campus Avenue house. Thanks to his housemates’ quick actions, Olson was back at school less than a week later with no sign of mental or physical deficit.
09/30/2021
Join Miami for Day of Reflection Oct. 11 recognizing the historic trauma experienced by the Myaamia people
Miami University will hold a Day of Reflection on Oct. 11 to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the Miami Tribe’s removal from their homelands, which include what is today Oxford, Ohio
09/30/2021
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in September
Our editors' picks for September provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage:
09/30/2021
Miami University Regionals checked all the boxes for transfer student
Most students who transfer from one college to another do so because their first choice wasn't a good fit. That wasn't the case for Hamilton native Olivia Tilton, who transferred to Miami University Regionals after her first year at another in-state school.