Miami among nation's best for return on investment, career prep
springice2017.jpgMiami University is among the nation's best colleges for academics, career preparation and affordability/financial aid, according to The Princeton Review.
1,000 available patents may have new life with novel agreement
research1.jpgMiami University and Wright Brothers Institute of Dayton will work together to identify technologies from an Air Force Research Lab portfolio of more than 1,000 patents that have potential commercial use for public good.
Miami in the top 50 of Kiplinger's Best Values in Public Colleges list
December.jpgMiami University is ranked No. 50 on the list of best in-state values among public universities nationwide by Kiplinger for 2018.
Miami University a member of national open textbook Publishing Cooperative
OTN_Logo_Horiz_4CP-2.pngMiami University is one of nine higher education institutions piloting a program to publish new, openly licensed textbooks.
First Miami provides work experience and financial literacy for students
scottand.jpgWork experience and financial literacy are both important factors in preparing students for life after college. First Miami Student Credit Union does both.
Miami to award 1,266 diplomas during fall commencement Dec. 15
fall-commencement.jpgMiami University will present 1,266 diplomas during its fall commencement ceremony at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15, in Millett Hall. President Gregory Crawford will preside at the ceremony.
Student support increases on multiple levels; tuition rates set
In meetings Thursday and Friday, Dec. 7-8, Miami University trustees learned of universitywide outreach to increase help for students’ personal needs in addition to academic and career-focused goals.
New products support tribe students, promote university and tribe unity
heritage-clothes.jpgWithin a recently signed agreement between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University, a product line, the Myaamia Heritage Collection, has been created to celebrate the partnership and bolster awareness of its history.
Grow-your-own bone a future goal for Miami researchers
bone-scaffolding.jpgGrowing new bone in place of ones damaged by trauma or disease may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but an interdisciplinary team of Miami researchers is harnessing technology and medical innovations to bring the idea closer to reality.