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Retiring EHS Dean Michael E. Dantley Establishes a Legacy of Leadership and Transformative Social Change
For Dantley, retirement only signifies another phase in a lifelong mission to build an educational system that works for everybody, to ask tough questions around power and privilege, to enact positive and transformative social change, and to establish a legacy of leadership that others will continue to follow.
Major Insight Episode 23 Building Confidence Through Student Journalism
Featured Majors: Journalism, Sport Leadership and Management
Jason Lane named dean of Miami’s College of Education, Health and Society
Jason Lane, dean of the School of Education and professor of Educational Policy & Leadership at the University at Albany, will become dean of Miami University’s College of Education, Health and Society (EHS) on June 1. He will succeed Michael Dantley, who has been the EHS dean since June 2015. Dantley is retiring at the end of December. An interim dean will be appointed soon and will serve from Jan. 1 through May 31.
Child Life Club collection donations for CCHMC Giving Hope Fundraiser
Giving Hope, Cincinnati Children's community philanthropy program is a great way to get involved and really make a difference for sick and injured kids.
Reframe: Episode 78
Hear how parents and teachers can enhance brain development in infants and young children.
Word up! Newly coined terms, all with ties to Miami University, capture innovative spirit
Gentelligence. Gaminiscing. Wiicinaakosioni, the Myaamia word for “be together.” These newly coined terms all have ties to Miami University.
Leah Wasburn-Moses selected for the MWERA 2020 Distinguished Paper
"Ethics in Partnership in Teacher Education"
New Publication from Dr. Elise Radina
New publication from EHS Associate Dean, Elise Radinas.
New Publication from Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses
New publication from EDP Professor, Leah Wasburn-Moses.