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Congratulations to Amy Lamborg, Sharon Custer, and the Department of Family Science & Social Work!
$200K Grant Awarded for the Miami University SUD Highly Qualified Practitioner Training and Preparation Project
Educate 8:46 Episode 4
On this episode, learn why systemic racism will persist until we excavate the roots of white supremacy.
Miami University names building after first Black graduate
Nellie Craig is Miami's first Black graduate at Miami in 1905.Nellie Craig was a trailblazer who broke new ground both at Miami University and in her community. Now, Miami's first Black graduate has a building named in her honor on the university's Oxford campus.
Miami’s department of teacher education guides student teachers and those now leading their own classrooms through unprecedented times
Emma Bradley (Miami '20) started student teaching in a third-grade class in Oxford last January before COVID-19 forced classes to move online for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.As Miami University resumes in-person classes this week, faculty and students are shifting gears — just as they did six months ago when the COVID-19 pandemic unexpectedly forced everyone to move online. Faculty in the College of Education, Health and Society have risen to the challenge to provide the best possible opportunities for future teachers — and new teachers like Emma Bradley (Miami ’20).
Miami University Commits to a Sustainable Future
President Crawford signed the Presidents' Climate Leadership Commitments
Dr. Elizabeth "Like" Lokon wins prestigious Gen2Gen Innovation Fellowship
Dr. Elizabeth "Like" Lokon has been selected as one of 15 Gen2Gen Innovation Fellows, a group of the nation's most talented innovators and entrepreneurs marshaling their best ideas to create and scale intergenerational solutions.
Miami's Kinesiology Program Ranked #1 in the State by
Best Kinesiology And Exercise Science Colleges in Ohio for 2020
Miami commits to carbon neutrality and climate resilience: Virtual PCLC signing ceremony Sept. 22
Join Miami President Greg Crawford, Second Nature's president Tim Carter, members of Miami's new Climate Action Task Force executive steering committee, the office of sustainability and the City of Oxford Mayor Mike Smith for a virtual ceremony at noon, Sept. 22.
After Decades of Pioneering Work, Sport Psychology Professor Robert Weinberg Retires
Renowned sport psychologist Robert Weinberg talks about retiring from the field after 40 years, his role as a mentor, and the new sport psychology graduate student fund being set up in his name.