Save the date: President's Annual Address Sept. 9
President David Hodge invites the Miami University community to his annual address at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, in the Harry T. Wilks Theater of the Armstrong Student Center.
University Senate action Aug. 31: Held special election for vacant seat
On Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, University Senate heard reports from Provost Phyllis Callahan, chair of University Senate; Bryan Marshall, 2014-2015 chair, Executive Committee of University Senate; Yvette Harris, 2015-2016 chair, Executive Committee of University Senate; and Ted Pickerill, Secretary to the Board of Trustees.
Miami Hamilton announces Colligan History Project Series, "American Wars and American Life"
The Michael J. Colligan History Project will continue its public history series in Hamilton, focusing on "American Wars and American Life."
Alumna Kate Stein wins top award from Evans Scholar Foundation
Kate Stein (Miami '15) has been named Leader of the Year by the Evans Scholar Foundation for showing outstanding leadership in the classroom and on campus.
A cut above the rest: Dining services ranks in top 20
Miami University’s Housing, Dining, Recreation and Business Services (HDRBS) has ranked 18th in The Daily Meal’s annual 75 Best Colleges for Food in America for 2015.
Miami meets all requirements during reaccreditation review
Miami University met all requirements during its comprehensive review for reaccreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the provost's office announced.
Tulane University reflects on Katrina, sends thank you to Miami
Ten years ago this week, Hurricane Katrina slammed into New Orleans, devastating the city and surrounding region. Tulane University suffered damages that shut down the campus and displaced its students.
Miami's College of Education, Health and Society receives funding for new STEM scholarship program
Select teacher education majors from Miami University will soon get a chance to become highly qualified science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers while also learning how to be culturally responsive in a multicultural environment.
Have a voice in the presidential search
Open forums and a new website are available to encourage university members to participate in the search process for a president to succeed Miami President David Hodge.