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05/01/2020
Five Hawk Tank Winners in EHS
Five EHS projects are receiving funding from the Women's Giving Circle. Congratulation to Dr. Elise Radina, Dr. Sheri Leafgren, Kim Wachenheim, Dr. Tammy Schwartz, Richelle Frabotta, Dr. Kimberly Moore, Devin Morgan, Kate Kuvalanka, and Hannah Thompson.
02/25/2020
Family Science & Social Work Week, March 9-13, 2020
Family Science and Social Work Week will be held at Miami University March 9-13 across campus. A wide range of programs will be available and open to all majors, faculty and staff. No registration is required.
02/04/2020
Miami Athletics Inclusive Excellence Award
Dr. Robinson and Dr. James will be honored on Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Basketball game against Bowling Green State University.
01/24/2020
Dr. Denise Taliaferro Baszile was the Featured Speaker at 37th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
The work for justice started by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues, but it has to take on new depths, according to Denise Taliaferro Baszile, PhD, of Miami University in Ohio.
11/27/2019
Flourishing Miami Center Fills A Growing Demand for Sexuality Education
A naming ceremony for the Dennis L. Carlson Sexuality Education Studies Center (SESC) on December 3rd will honor his life and work.
10/30/2019
Frank and Susan Carroll fund generous scholarship in the College of Education, Health and Society
Parents of a recent Miami graduate have given $500,000 to Miami University to fund a scholarship in honor of their daughter.
10/29/2019
What looks the way you feel?
Donna Danoff, third from right, presented at Redhawk Talks about using photography to understand and address mental health. The next Redhawk Talk is at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in 153 Shideler Hall.Donna Danoff, a Miami University graduate student pursuing a master's degree in social work, uses photography to aid healing.
08/20/2019
Reframe: Episode 60
Periods Rock!
08/13/2019
Schools May Have a New Way to Avoid Student Suspensions
New research from Miami University and the Ohio Department of Education shows that the use of positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) is associated with lower rates of out-of-school student suspensions.