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05/14/2020
Students, staff from Miami University's public health program help Butler County during pandemic
Kendall Leser (left), director of Miami's public health program, works with Jennifer Bailer (Miami '81), Butler County health commissioner.Students and staff in Miami University's public health program are helping Butler County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
05/13/2020
Nutrition Alums during COVID
Miami Nutrition Alumni are doing amazing work in their medical and local communities.
05/07/2020
Paul Branscum conducts research study on available online nutrition information for children
Scienmag.com and Bioengineer.org, May 6 (and other media sources)
05/06/2020
Paul Branscum Interviewed by the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
Congratulations to Paul Branscum for being interviewed and featured in an article by the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
04/21/2020
Differences in disease: How COVID-19 compares to SARS and H1N1
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States and the world, many communities have lingering questions about the deadly virus and its impact. To help address concerns, Miami’s office of university news and communications connected with Philip Smith, assistant professor of kinesiology and health.
04/16/2020
Public health policy amid the COVID-19 pandemic
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States and the world, many communities have lingering questions about the deadly virus and its impact. To help address concerns, Miami’s office of university news and communications connected with Philip Smith, assistant professor of kinesiology and health.
04/15/2020
93% of Nutrition Students Have Matched for Post Baccalaureate Internships
Miami's nutrition/dietetics students have matched with post baccalaureate dietetic internships between 93-100% for the past 7 years. The national average for dietetic programs across the country is about 56%.
04/14/2020
Social distancing: why some comply and others don’t
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States and the world, many communities have lingering questions about the deadly virus and its impact. To help address concerns, Miami’s office of university news and communications connected with Philip Smith, assistant professor of kinesiology and health.
03/31/2020
Phil Smith Featured in Cincinnati Enquirer
The replication rate, or the R-naught factor, is more for the novel coronavirus than we typically see for the flu, but less for other things, like measles.