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Miami Students Selected to Attend Inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Event for Major League Baseball
Recently, a group of Miami University kinesiology and health students took part in MLB’s inaugural Take the Field event – a pioneering initiative designed to increase opportunities for women to work in baseball
“It’s time to talk”: Upcoming faculty-led seminar tackles #MeToo at Miami
Sexual violence survivors often stay silent, but recently, their stories are deafening. They've been coming forward in waves, unearthing trauma and inspiring others to speak out and get involved.
Miami hosts Careers Involving Quantitative Skills STEM program for local area students
Dayton Daily, Feb. 2 (subscription may be required)
Miami rated among Best Value Colleges by Princeton Review
Biz, Jan. 1 and One News, Feb. 1 (subscription may be required)
New Series of "Rox the Fox" Comic Books Promote Public Health
In the comic books, superheroes can do incredible things. But in many ways, Rox the Fox is even more heroic. Because Rox can help people too. Except he has the power to make a real difference in the lives of real people, right here and right now. 
EHS Faculty Visits Yahoo! Studios to Study the Business of Fantasy Sport
Set of Fantasy Football Live  (From left to right): Brandon Velaski (producer), Nicole Zaloumis (host), Andy Behrens (analyst), Brody Ruihley, Brad Evans (analyst), and Tank Williams (analyst)Faculty member Brody Ruihley used his award from the John E. and Winifred E. Dolibois Faculty Development Fund grant to visit Yahoo! Studios in Sunnyvale, California.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 46
Amid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
Holiday Project's record donation total spreads cheer
Many volunteers shopped for gifts for the Holiday Project. Even Santa Claus would be amazed by the list of gifts collected this year by Miami University’s Holiday Project.
Amid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
E-cigarettes are being used by teenagers almost everywhere. The FDA has called this growing phenomenon an epidemic, and it’s a major concern among those who hope to stop the momentum now.