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05/26/2017
Miami Regionals receives $4,900 grant for Youth Citizens Academy program in area high schools
Miami University Regionals' Center for Civic Engagement has received a $4,900 grant from the Hamilton Community Foundation Youth Philanthropy Committee for the Youth Citizens' Academy for Area High Schools.
05/22/2017
Alumni Spotlight: Tim Carberry '74
Timothy (Tim) Carberry began his journey at Miami Regionals' Middletown campus in September of 1970. For Tim, a Springboro High School graduate, to be able to get a four-year degree from Miami Middletown meant everything to him. It allowed him to live at home and still complete his education.
04/24/2017
Twenty-three students earn President's Distinguished Service Award
Miami University President Gregory Crawford honored 23 students for their contributions to campus and the community through service and leadership.
03/30/2017
Miami designated "Voter Friendly" in inaugural Voter Friendly Campus program
Miami University's Oxford and Hamilton campuses are among 83 campuses nationwide designated as a "Voter Friendly Campus."
03/27/2017
Tony Hale: The Music of Home Brought Him Back to MUM
Tony began his Miami experience on the Middletown Campus in the fall of 1989, and took classes there through fall 1991 while working on his degree in Marketing. He began commuting to Oxford in spring 1992, and then was accepted into the Scholar Leader Program, living in Elliott Hall during his senior year.
03/09/2017
Miami recognizes three women for their contributions to student success
Miami University faculty member Marsha Robinson, staff member Michelle Thomas and community member Patricia Ellis each received the 2017 Jennie Elder Suel Distinguished Woman of Color Award.
01/23/2017
For Miami Regionals student, chef, and actor, life's a moveable feast!
Actor, international ticket agent, and French-trained chef - the journey leading to Miami Regionals has been interesting for Sydney Garrett Hayes.
12/14/2016
At age 50, Miami Regionals student finds path to success through E-Campus
What does it mean to make a difference? For one Miami Regionals student, it meant picking up where she left off years ago. "Before I leave this earth, I want to make some kind of imprint," says Phyllis Willis, a Social Work major who recently turned 50.
11/22/2016
Miami Regionals Student Finds Drive in Online Courses and on the Road
Even in an online course, Kelly Starr makes an impression. “I ride motorcycles at 100 miles per hour, if that tells you anything about my personality,” says the Accounting Technology & Business Management Technology double-major. Read more about her motivation to earn two online degrees and start her own business in Hamilton.