When Sam Bachman was drafted ninth overall by the Los Angeles Angels this summer, it wasn’t clear who was going to step up as the next ace of Miami’s pitching staff that finished last season among the best in the NCAA. But as the beginning of the 2022 season progressed, the answer to that question quickly became clear: Jonathan Brand.
The national average of students who change their major during college is approximately 75%, but Miami’s percentage is believed to be less than that. Here is how Miami is helping students find majors they are interested in
Carter Hamilton, an associate professor in the department of mechanical and manufacturing engineering at Miami University, received a Fulbright Scholar Award and will travel to Poland this summer and fall semester to study metals and welding.
To help mitigate the financial losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of Education awarded Miami more than $76 million through the Education Stabilization Fund (ESF).
Upham Hall is undergoing renovations to install a system that will convert the central area of campus to hot water heating.
More than two years after its announcement, “Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga” finally launched on April 5.
Unpredictable springtime weather in Oxford was exemplified by snowfall on April 18 – roughly one month into the spring season. As a result, some Miami staff and students have noticed a drop in the number of outdoor activities.
For 70 years, Harris Hall had functioned as the primary dining location for South Quad Miamians. At the time of its closure in the 2016-2017 school year, Harris offered buffet meals, a chocolate fondue fountain for special occasions, and two restaurant options — Panache (est. 2005) and La Mia Cucina (est. 2009).
In my three years in ASG, I have never seen a conservative voice “silenced.”
The faculty union could have a significant impact on student experience and faculty engagement outside of the classroom.
The program encourages kids from New Miami Elementary school to have the confidence to pursue higher education.
The intensity of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to burnout and caused students to lose the energy and resilience to finish the semester strong.
Vince Staples has never been one to avoid saying what’s on his mind.