Each day’s rhythm remains consistent. The day begins with morning meetings for Oliver’s preschool class, then each parent either works with him or prepares for their own classes. There’s a more relaxed lunch period to cook meals together, then some self-designated quiet time, so Legg and Strantz can get work done while Oliver is occupied with a book or iPad.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine recently appointed Amitoj Kaur, a first-year student, and Deborah Feldman, president and chief executive officer of Dayton Children’s Hospital, to Miami University’s Board of Trustees (BoT).
The search committee, chaired by College of Creative Arts Dean Liz Mullinix, is composed of 11 other members. These members include professors from a variety of FSB departments, a graduate student, an undergraduate student and a member of the FSB Business Advisory Council, which is a group made up of Miami alumni who currently work in various business-related fields. Mullinix could not be reached for comment. But senior Collin O’Sullivan, the only undergraduate student on the committee, said he hopes to see a dean with “growth [and] great representation.”
For menstruating students, it can be a nasty surprise to be left with none of the needed supplies when an unforeseen period strikes. However, thanks to Periods Rock!, such surprises may be on their way toward becoming obsolete.
For several professors at Miami University, retirement doesn't mean the end of teaching; a policy known as retirement with rehiring allows tenured faculty members to be reemployed within the first three academic years following their retirement.
As fall settles over Oxford, leaves float to the ground, their rich hues of vermillion, burgundy, apricot and gold creating a blanket of color across Miami University’s campus. Thanks to two tree programs initiated in 2018, Oxford may be seeing even more of these trees over the next few years. The Oxford Urban Forestry and Tree Replacement programs are two funding sources aiming for effective tree management in Oxford.