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Climate change is rapidly warming the world's lakes, new research shows
Climate change is rapidly warming the surface waters of lakes around the world, threatening freshwater supplies and ecosystems, according to a new study spanning six continents.
Research on sexting, politics and streaming teaches students fundamentals in strategic communication
A survey done by Miami University students found that trust is the biggest fault among Millennials when it comes to sexting.
Paul Urayama receives 2015 CAS Distinguished Educator Award
Paul Urayama, associate professor of physics, has been selected to receive the 2015 College of Arts and Science Distinguished Educator Award.
Award-winning study finds transgender voice in "The Little Mermaid"
Miami University assistant professor Leland Spencer argues that Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid is not simply about forbidden love. Instead, the narrative depicts the character's struggles with her own identity performance - mermaid or human.
STEM plus nutrition can add up to a healthy diet: Tour Miami's new Food Sensory Lab
When students in Miami University's kinesiology and health department solve a math problem, they eat it. Really.
Biology graduate students win top presentation awards
Three graduate students from Miami University won best presentation awards at the Midwest Society for Developmental Biology annual meeting held Oct. 18-20 at the University of Michigan.
Are charter schools responding to parent dissatisfaction?
With charter school legislation in debate this week in Ohio, Miami University faculty member Andrew Saultz' recent study reviewing the supply side of charter schools reveals some interesting findings about where new charter schools locate.
Amy Summerville, Jennifer Blue and Brian Kirkmeyer awarded NSF grant to boost student success in STEM fields
Three Miami faculty have received a multiyear $360,000 award from the National Science Foundation (NSF to conduct research on student performance in a pre-engineering course.
Maria Dellapina is "living my vision" at Miami: doing research and working with faculty
Part of a series of highlights on Undergraduate Research, Summer 2015. Maria Dellapina, Miami-Hughes intern: amphibian conservation research with Michelle Boone, associate professor of biology.