Applications for the Dean of Students Advisory Board are Open
DAB is a group of students who meet bi-weekly with the dean to discuss the climate on campus, recognize student accomplishments, and help set priorities and create initiatives around student care, advocacy, and support.
Student Employee Recognition Week Kicks Off April 24
Miami University is set to honor its student employees through its first Student Employee Recognition Week. The campus-wide celebration will recognize the invaluable contributions made by the university's 3,400 student employees.
Episode 3 Part I: Mental Health and Emotional Well-being
Dr. Steve Large, assistant vice president of health and wellness, joins Dean Moore to discuss the similarities and differences between mental health and emotional well-being.
Paws for a Cause Service Park Opens
The ribbon-cutting for the Miami University Paws for a Cause Service Dog Park took place on Saturday, April 1.
OIDI April Newsletter
The Miami Pulse is the quarterly newsletter of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion.
Top Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Digital Life
Let's take a look at some strategies for organizing physical and digital files this spring.
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 members and teams of faculty who have made significant and continuous efforts toward innovation in writing instruction within their disciplines.
Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band Final Concert a Tribute to Miami Composers
Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band to play final concert of the season as tribute to Miami University
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 University Institute for Learning in Retirement. The recitals will feature piano works by Bach, Barber, Beethoven, Chopin, Glinka-Balakirev, Kapustin, Lecuona, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Moszkowski, Mozart, and Schumann.