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02/18/2020
Major Insight Episode 15 Using Empathy To Understand Religion and the Law
Featured Majors: Comparative Religion, Psychology, Pre-Law
02/13/2020
Want to Change Your Diet? Change the Way You Think About Food
Why are two-thirds of adults now overweight or obese, and why are more and more spiraling downward into debilitating, even life-threatening chronic conditions? Part of the problem can be traced back to the food we eat. But, as most dietitians and nutritionists will tell you, the food itself is not to blame.
02/05/2020
Laurie Winans Reiser Featured as Daytonian of the Week
EHS Advisory Council member, Laurie Winans Reiser and her Husband Joe Reiser were featured as Dayton.com's Daytonians of the week.
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.
02/04/2020
Guest Lecture - Inclusive Classrooms: A Social Justice Imperative
Dr. Mara Sapon-Shevin is a nationally known scholar in developing inclusive school environments. When: February 25 at 7:00PM Where: 102 Benton Hall
02/04/2020
Major Insight Episode 14 Find Your Purpose and Place in the Humanities (Part 2)
Featured Majors: History, Comparative Religion, Political Science, Literature, Philosophy
02/01/2020
February SEOH News
We look forward to seeing our local students enrolled in the winter term this month at VOA! Our February news is all about the Center for Career Exploration & Success and its services for teacher education candidates. While the Teacher Job Fair is later this spring, students need to begin preparing for the event now. Read the news to learn about the available programs and events being offered this month.
01/28/2020
KNH Alum Adam Ortman Featured in The Dayton Daily News
The Dayton Daily News recently featured KNH alumnus and local Anytime Fitness owner Adam Ortman, who transformed his own life after deciding to get healthy.
01/28/2020
When Class Content Reflects Reality, Students Respond to Genuine Community Needs
Miami students reach out across the community, to address a wide variety of critical issues, independently, with little oversight from a professor, and not just because they hope to get a good grade. But because their work is important. Because it matters.