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08/16/2016
The New Science of Learning: Advances in Brain-Based Research
ZakrajsekDoyle_2013Plenary160x121.jpgVideo of Lilly Conference Plenary Session presented by Todd Zakrajsek and Terry Doyle on November 22, 2013 (mp4, 296 mb, 68 minutes)
08/16/2016
The New Science of Learning: Advances in Brain-Based Research
Video of Lilly Conference Plenary Session presented by Todd Zakrajsek and Terry Doyle on November 22, 2013 (mp4, 296 mb, 68 minutes)
08/15/2016
Copyright: Protecting Your Own, Fair Use of Others
2013copyright160x120.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Jen Waller and Brenda Quaye on March 21, 2013 (mp4, 379 mb, 59 minutes)
08/15/2016
Copyright: Protecting Your Own, Fair Use of Others
Video of CTE Seminar presented by Jen Waller and Brenda Quaye on March 21, 2013 (mp4, 379 mb, 59 minutes)
08/12/2016
How Research-Based Approaches to Cross-Cultural Teachings Can Inform Our Practice: Findings and Implications From a National Study of Indigenous Teaching
Asmar_2012150x128.jpgVideo of Lilly Conference plenary session presented by Christine Asmar on November 17, 2012 (mp4, 504 mb, 51 minutes)
08/12/2016
How Research-Based Approaches to Cross-Cultural Teachings Can Inform Our Practice: Findings and Implications From a National Study of Indigenous Teaching
Video of Lilly Conference plenary session presented by Christine Asmar on November 17, 2012 (mp4, 504 mb, 51 minutes)
04/22/2016
Miami's Undergraduate Research Forum celebrates scholarship
Miami University will present the 22nd Undergraduate Research Forum Wednesday, April 27.
03/14/2016
Miami shares in $1 million grant for biohealth research and workforce training
New research on additive manufacturing (3-D printing) is progressing via a grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Miami University, as a member of the Southwest Ohio Regional Consortia, is sharing the $1 million grant through the RAPIDS (Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills) program.
02/15/2016
Involvement critical to nursing home resident family's satisfaction
Nursing home residents with relatives involved in their care have more satisfied families according to researchers at Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center.