Miami to honor Wayne Embry and late wife with Freedom Summer of ’64 Award
A statue capturing Embry’s likeness and signature hook shot will be unveiled after the ceremony. The statue — along with a Wayne Embry Scholarship to support Miami varsity men’s basketball student-athletes — were created from private donations.
Ten Miami news highlights for 2020
As the Miami University community prepares for winter break and the new year, here’s a look back at 10 headlines that captured the innovation, recognition and collaborations in 2020.
Graduate and research leadership role to be split
Miami University's board of trustees at this month's meeting approved a resolution to separate the positions of dean of the Graduate School and university chief research officer.
Cybersecurity pros convene at Miami University
Cybersecurity and information professionals from the worlds of banking, insurance, pharmaceuticals, IT and others are meeting for a Cybersecurity Summit at Miami University, Monday, July 29.
Feb. 4 UPAC networking and learning event is guided tour of art museum
The Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC) will hold a networking and learning session at the Miami University Art Museum (MUAM) at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4.
Brightest, most diverse incoming class heading to Miami
Students with stellar academic résumés have made the fall 2016 incoming class at Miami University another record-breaker.
Miami’s Pi Sigma Epsilon chapter won gold and broke the national record
Miami University’s chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE), a professional marketing and sales fraternity, set a national record and received the Lewis F. Gordon Top Gold Chapter Award for the third year in a row at the 2016 National Convention.
Dana Saulnier's Manhattan art exhibit reviewed
HyperAllergic, Oct 24.