09/13/2021
Miami's award-winning Stats + Stories podcast, celebrating its 200th episode, looks to expand its global audience
Since 2013, John Bailer and Richard Campbell have been collaborating in a public, online forum to discuss both “the statistics behind the stories and the stories behind the statistics.” This month they reached a significant milestone: the 200th episode of Stats + Stories.
09/13/2021
Miami's award-winning Stats + Stories podcast, celebrating its 200th episode, looks to expand its global audience
Since 2013, John Bailer and Richard Campbell have been collaborating in a public, online forum to discuss both “the statistics behind the stories and the stories behind the statistics.” This month they reached a significant milestone: the 200th episode of Stats + Stories.
09/13/2021
Miami's annual UniDiversity Festival returns with live, in-person family events on September 17
Miami University and the City of Oxford once again welcome the community for the annual Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival, an evening of outdoor family fun, dance, food, and friendship. The event, free and open to the public, takes place at 5:30 pm on Friday, September 17, in Oxford Uptown Parks.
09/01/2021
Miami's new Physician Associate Program begins preparing a new generation of holistic healthcare professionals
Earlier this year, Miami unveiled plans for a new physician associate graduate program, which offers a versatile, integrated, and interdisciplinary approach in managing and treating patients. It will be guided under the direction of associate teaching professor Christopher Howell.
09/01/2021
Miami's new Physician Associate Program begins preparing a new generation of holistic healthcare professionals
Earlier this year, Miami unveiled plans for a new physician associate graduate program, which offers a versatile, integrated, and interdisciplinary approach in managing and treating patients. It will be guided under the direction of associate teaching professor Christopher Howell.
08/31/2021
Two Miami doctoral students, two 2021 alumni receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Miami University doctoral students Keaka Farleigh and Katherine Stahlhut, and 2021 graduates Lexie Adams and William Carson, have been awarded fellowships from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program .
08/31/2021
Alicia Knoedler, vice president for research and innovation, selected to lead NSF Office of Integrative Activities
Alicia Knoedler, vice president for research and innovation, selected to lead NSF Office of Integrative Activities. Michael Crowder, Dean of the Graduate School, will serve as interim.
08/27/2021
Karen Davis is being recognized by the ACM
Dr. Karen Davis has been published in the ACM SIGCSE Bulletin for her work as a Computer Science Educator.
08/19/2021
Braving new challenges, Miami's Inside Washington Program concludes a successful summer in Washington DC
This summer, 19 Miami undergraduates from a spectrum of majors spent an exhilarating ten weeks in Washington, DC for the university’s renowned Inside Washington Program -- one of the few such Miami programs that was able to proceed this year despite the ongoing pandemic.