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Miami student-athletes, coaches excited to be competing after tough pandemic year
Miami softball pitcher Courtney Vierstra focuses on striking out batters. She threw a perfect game on April 11, an 8-0 victory over the University of Akron.They’re back playing on the baseball and softball fields this spring, enjoying success after the pandemic abruptly canceled their seasons last year. For field hockey, which saw its competition postponed from fall to spring due to the threat of COVID-19, it’s shaping up to be a magical season. The RedHawks just clinched the MAC title — earning an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
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Geology Undergrads Awarded NAGT Scholarships
Emma Palko and Jessica Patrick award NAGT Field Camp Scholarships
Jared Brum receives Fellowship
Graduate student Jared Brum award Ohio Space Consortium Fellowship
Stephanie Mounce receives Research Grant
Geology & Env. Earth Science undergrad, Stephanie Mounce, awarded research grant
In case you missed it: Access For All 2021
Last week, the Access For All Accessible Technology Symposium was held to great success.
Dr. Doug Coffin wins three awards for contributions in paper industry
Dr. Douglas Coffin, professor in the Chemical, Paper and Biomedical Engineering department, recently won the 2021 William H. Aiken Prize for Research and Development, the TAPPI Journal Best Research Paper Award and the Paper Science & Engineering Foundation (PSEF) Miami Partnership Award.
Miami ranks in the Top 40 as one of the nation’s "Best Value Public Colleges"
Miami University recognized for great career preparation at affordable prices.Miami University is ranked in the top 40 as one of the nation's "Best Value Public Colleges," the Princeton Review Reports.