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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.
Students make accessible masks for disability studies action project
Carly Dunseath shows an example of the accessible masks she made for her disability studies class.In Miami University's Introduction to Disability Studies (DST 272) course, students are required to develop an action project to improve accessibility, and some students are getting to help in a way they couldnÂ’t have imagined.
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.
Student Jack Komer Wins Library Award
Jack worked with Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses to explore alternative ways to offer more interventions and support for young people with behavioral challenges in school.
Reframe: Episode 72
How Mindfulness Technology May Change School Discipline
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.
March SEOH News
Greetings SEOH Students! The March news references this month's live session, next month's Teacher Job Fair, the summer term graduation application deadline, and also highlights three faculty in our program who have received recent recognition for their work.
Molly Kelly selected as Outstanding Faculty for Student Success at Miami University
Molly Kelly (EDP) selected as Outstanding Faculty for Student Success at Miami University for her driving focus on keeping student success at the forefront of her work.
Sarah Watt receives Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
Sarah Watt, associate professor of educational psychology, is the recipient of the 2020 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award.