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02/10/2019
“It’s time to talk”: Upcoming faculty-led seminar tackles #MeToo at Miami
Sexual violence survivors often stay silent, but recently, their stories are deafening. They've been coming forward in waves, unearthing trauma and inspiring others to speak out and get involved.
02/05/2019
More Awareness May Help Families with Autism Feel Less Isolated
settle800x400.pngFor most families, leaving the house and spending time together is an important part of life. Tracy Settleberry, Miami University visiting assistant professor of family science and social work, explores the profound implications for families who have children with autism and may find these kinds of activities closed off to them.
02/04/2019
Miami rated among Best Value Colleges by Princeton Review
Biz Journals.com, Jan. 1 and One News Page.com, Feb. 1 (subscription may be required)
11/27/2018
Why Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Also Need Sex Ed
The primary goal is to provide sex ed training for Cincinnati Center for Autism (CCA) teachers and staff, as well as additional workshops for parents and caregivers. A secondary component will also include the creation of an individualized and developmentally appropriate curriculum for the students themselves.
09/20/2018
Karleah Harris, Visiting Assistant FSW Professor, Announced as MUASSA Grant Winner
Karleah Harris, Visiting Assistant FSW Professor, has been announced as a Miami University Academic Support and Advising Association (MUASSA) Grant Winner.
08/03/2018
Katherine Kuvalanka on Ohio’s HB 658
Dispatch.com, Aug. 1 (subscription may be required)
07/25/2018
Miami University Inside Washington Student Helps Shattered Communities Heal
Life as a Washington insider is never predictable. Which is what Naomi Gaston quickly learned while participating in a Miami University program called Inside Washington. 
07/15/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 36
EHS Goes to Washington
07/05/2018
Emily Krile, a KNH and FSW Student Produced a Video Featuring Study Abroad Experiences in The Gambia
emily-krile-the-gambia-thumbnail-3x2.jpgEmily Krile, a double major in kinesiology and family science and member of the class of 2021 produced a video of Miami students studying abroad in The Gambia. They studied the social and cultural factors that affect education and health. They also learned the significance of historical events that impact the health of 1.7 million Gambians.