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11/01/2020
November SEOH News
Our November news includes winter and spring term changes & additions, a reminder for our 2021 student teachers, career services encouragement and more!
10/01/2020
October SEOH News
Be sure to check out this month's news for information related to student teaching, degree-seeking and graduation applications, as well as a host of October events to consider.
09/25/2020
Miami University names building after first Black graduate
Nellie Craig is Miami's first Black graduate at Miami in 1905.Nellie Craig was a trailblazer who broke new ground both at Miami University and in her community. Now, Miami's first Black graduate has a building named in her honor on the university's Oxford campus.
09/01/2020
September SEOH News
This month's highlights include the first fall live session and attendance policy, available library resources, a mentioning of many available September workshops, and getting set up with university career services.
08/01/2020
August SEOH News
Our August newsletter welcomes new students to our program this month. Information about changes to our orientation, fall term, courses and live sessions are shared.
07/01/2020
July SEOH News
Check out this month's SEOH news for information about an upcoming important and engaging panel discussion on racial justice and education, a tweaked fall semester, information for soon to be licensed Intervention Specialists and more.
06/01/2020
SEOH June News
This month's news focuses on applications: applying for financial aid, applying for the Intervention Specialist license, and sharing our program application information with acquaintances.
05/01/2020
May SEOH News
May is a busy month for students in the Special Education Online Hybrid program. Our spring courses wrap up on May 16, and the summer semester begins 3 days later on May 19! Read the news to get the details about student teaching registration, an autism certificate option and more.
04/01/2020
April SEOH News
Our April News includes information for students considering the mild-moderate licensing procedure, students who may be graduating this semester, a summer registration reminder as well as a deadline to meet for current license-only students who may be considering an application to the master's degree program in special education.