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2020-2021 Educate2Liberate Initiatives and Schedule
In the College of Education, Health & Society, we believe that education, within and far beyond schooling, is the process through which we come to understand and call out injustice and to work toward transforming all that is not good to us or for us. In this spirit, we organized the Educate2Liberate series as an opportunity for all in EHS to come together and learn our way to better futures.
Rose Marie Ward Featured in Article - Alcohol Use Increases as Pandemic and Unrest Continue
The COVID-19 pandemic has been accompanied by economic fallout and businesses across the country struggling to stay afloat. But for companies selling alcoholic beverages, sales have jumped since the pandemic.
Congratulations to Dr. Katherine Mezher on the New Publication!
Interprofessional Care Coordination for Pediatric Autism Spectrum Disorder: Translating Research into Practice
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.
Black Lives Matter: Racial Justice and Education Virtual Panel Discussion
Please join Miami University's Department of Teacher Education on Thursday, July 9, 2020 from 3:30pm-5:00pm for a virtual panel discussion on racial justice and education.
Miami Research Offers Real Solutions in the Midst of the COVID-19 Outbreak
Philip Smith and Paul Branscum of the kinesiology department have published results from a study on the effectiveness of a rapid community behavioral diagnosis to inform practices and policies to prevent transmission of the virus.
Reframe: Episode 74
The Game-Changing New Crossroads of College Athletics
Why Discussing Controversial Issues is Part of Educating Engaged Democratic Citizens
Controversial issues can be difficult to discuss, especially when they concern moral and ethical matters related to race, injustice, and personal freedom. However, Thomas Misco, a Miami University professor of social studies education, argues that teaching about and engaging in such conversations is critical for any democratic society.
From Impossible to I'm-Possible
New book from FSW graduate Faith Thomas helps people overcome adversity and fear to make the seemingly impossible possible.