$290,000 grant supports Student Citizens summer program for underserved high school students
With a three-year $290,000 grant from the Teagle Foundation, Miami University will engage underrepresented high school students during rigorous two-week humanities summer seminars.
Polar deserts could provide first look at climate change effects in Antarctica
Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys is one of the few environments on Earth where living organisms are dramatically affected by minor changes in climate. Miami's Rachael Morgan-Kiss is one of dozens of scientists who have been investigating the polar desert’s ecosystems through the McMurdo Long Term Ecological Research (MCM LTER) project.
Want to be inspired? Ten ways Miamians are making an impact here and abroad
As many embark on 2020 with aspirations to do better or make a difference, they can find inspiration in this roundup of 10 examples from 2019 showing how Miami University students, faculty, staff and alumni are making an impact in their communities and around the world.
Miami recognized by national association for Greek Life initiative
Miami University received the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors 2019 Outstanding Change Initiative Award from the national Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.
Ten Miami news highlights: a year of discoveries, recognition and collaboration
Here's a look back at 10 Miami news headlines that captured some of the discoveries, recognition and collaborations in 2019.
Miami efficiency measures generate savings and revenue
Miami University has generated $130 million in savings and direct expenditures that benefit students during the past three years, nearly double its goal, according to a state-mandated efficiency report presented to Miami’s board of trustees Friday.
Miami names rooms for slain Freedom Summer activists
Miami University will recognize three slain civil rights activists by naming student lounges for them near the grounds where they had trained during Freedom Summer in 1964.
Opening Minds through Art initiative expands to medical schools, allied health partnerships
A new contract with the Ohio Department of Medicaid will help Miami University's Opening Minds through Art (OMA) initiative link students at the state's medical schools and schools of allied health with older Ohioans living with dementia.
Theater alumnae find power in storytelling behind the curtain
Cara Hinh (Miami ’16) knew something special was happening. She was living in Baltimore as a fellow with Baltimore Center Stage when an opportunity came to spend two months in New York City, observing on a new-to-Broadway musical.