Data compiled by The Buckeye Institute, which publishes salary data for public universities in Ohio, reveals a stark disparity in faculty compensation across Miami’s academic divisions. Of the 62 professors – excluding deans and associate deans – who made more than $200,000 in 2019, more than 50 taught in the Farmer School of Business (FSB).
Community members Amber Franklin and Alex French are each running unopposed to fill the vacancies in Oxford's City Council.
Miami University held a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, Oct. 25, for the incoming Richard M. McVey data science building. The ceremony, originally scheduled for Sept. 22 but postponed due to inclement weather, was held to celebrate the ongoing construction of the McVey building.
Miami University has returned to face-to-face instruction this semester, posing a challenge for professors to accommodate sick or quarantined students while prioritizing in-person teaching.
In June 2019, the Board of Trustees approved the Strategic Plan, a list of 30 recommendations for Miami to prepare for the volatile future of higher education. Points 19 and 20 called for curriculum reviews of all undergraduate and graduate programs, laying the groundwork for APEIP.
Miami University faculty and even President Greg Crawford have made themselves available as writers and sources for national media and city newspapers across the country in a formal effort to position faculty as nationally recognized experts in their fields.
In an email to the Miami University community on Oct. 21, the Miami COVID Response Team announced that beginning Oct. 21, provisional holds on student accounts will appear if the required COVID-19 vaccine documentation or filed exemption is not uploaded to MedProctor.
Miami University’s Department of Media, Journalism and Film (MJF) joined with the Department of History for a special screening of “Storm Lake” on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) held a brief panel discussion for faith-based student organizations at its Oct. 19 meeting.
As a sophomore at Miami University, Emil Barr already wears quite a few hats. Barr is a double major in business economics and international studies and is the Business Manager of The Miami Student.
The Miami Apiculture Society (MAS) is the first student-run beekeeping organization on Miami University’s campus. The club welcomes students from all backgrounds, regardless of whether they have beekeeping experience.
The Center for Student Diversity (CSDI) celebrated the opening of its Open Door Clothes Closet on Wednesday, Oct. 13. The clothes closet will serve as a place for transgender and gender diverse students to get clothing that affirms their gender.
Oxford Police Department (OPD) Chief John Jones took the stand at Oxford City Council’s Oct. 5 meeting to swear in the city’s newest police officer.
This summer marked the first time Cantwell and her husband, Seth, lived on-site with their animals – a flock of chickens, two pigs and about 60 sheep, though only the lambs born this year are currently living in the Cantwells’ new barn.