04/20/2021
President's Message on the Verdict in the Murder of George Floyd
While the verdict brings a measure of justice, nothing can erase the loss suffered by George Floyd's family and friends or the deep scars on our nation.
04/20/2021
Rodney Coates on the symbolism of George Floyd’s death
NBC News.com and Yahoo News, April 19
04/20/2021
Inclusive, innovative and relevant: Miami University Symphony Orchestra weekly concert video series dedicated to diversity
“We gather together in music" was inspired by events after the death of George Floyd. “Each performance involves a multidisciplinary element and pays homage to a specific group or program in our community,” Averbach said.
04/20/2021
Phased Return to On-Campus Work
We are planning for a phased approach for staff to return to full-time on-campus work, with an increased in-person schedule beginning June 1 and the goal of a full return to campus by July 6.
04/20/2021
Phased return to on-campus work | 8:30 a.m.
A message from the President
04/20/2021
Reframe: Episode 83
On this episode, hear Dr. Veronica Barrios talk about overcoming the barriers that prevent people from reporting crimes of sexual assault and partner violence.
04/20/2021
3 keys to assessing your districts mental health needs
EDP Professor & Chair, Dr. Amity Noltemeyer and assistant professor, Dr. Kristy Brann were quoted in an article from District Administration.
04/20/2021
Understanding the Science Behind Stress and Self-Care with Dr. Vrinda Kalia
Dr. Vrinda Kalia, assistant professor of psychology, researches the impacts of stress at her Thought Language and Culture (TLC) lab here at Miami. She recently brought her expertise to the HCWE for a virtual workshop focused on the science behind stress and the benefits of self-care.