Miami University places 2nd at the OATA Student Symposium Quiz Bowl
Congratulations to the Miami University Students who received 2nd place in the OATA Student Symposium Quiz Bowl.
Associate Dean Position
For interested candidates, please note the job opening for the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Graduate Education position is now open. Applications will be screened beginning Jan 6, 2020.
Undergraduate Summer Scholarship Sparks Year-Long Research Project
Alyssa Bley may not look like your typical scientist. But what's a scientist supposed to look like? Bley, a Talawanda graduate, came one step closer to achieving her dream of a career as a scientist when she was awarded a Miami University Undergraduate Summer Scholarship earlier this year.
Senate News, December 2, 2019
Senators continued discussion on the TCPL percentages and heard from Carolyn Craig, Instructor, Marketing, and Dean Liz Mullenix. Senators voted that discussion will continue at the January 27, 2020, meeting. Professor Terri Barr, Marketing, presented the final recommendation for the consolidation of the Classics department. Professor John Bailer, Chair Statistics, presented the final recommendation for the partitioning of the Kinesiology and Health Department into two departments (Kinesiology and Health and Sport Leadership and Management).
International students become adopted granddaughters for local couple
Sue and Ed Jones befriended three international students after their grandchildren moved away. Now they take them to dinner, give them presents, and think of them as their adopted grandchildren.
December SEOH News
December's news is comprised of dates and deadline reminders. Read further to ensure not to miss one :)
Zoologist Kay Holekamp gives enlightening insight into hyenas for the 45th annual Hefner Lecture
Kay Holekamp, director of Michigan State University's interdisciplinary program in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology & Behavior, was invited to Miami to discuss her work with hyenas in honor of The Hefner Museum of Natural History's 45th annual lecture. The presentation, "A Hyena’s Tale" was held in Benton Hall on November 7.
Flourishing Miami Center Fills A Growing Demand for Sexuality Education
A naming ceremony for the Dennis L. Carlson Sexuality Education Studies Center (SESC) on December 3rd will honor his life and work.
Miami Regionals' Commerce Hub joins forces with Butler County SBDC
Miami University Regionals' Commerce Hub is now hosting the Butler County Small Business Development Center in what both say is a boon for students who want to start their own business.