Miami News is your monthly insight into what is happening on campus.
Volume 3, Issue 11
Capital campaign surpasses $500 million fundraising goal
Love and Honor indeed. The Miami University campaign For Love and Honor, the most successful fundraising effort in university history, has surpassed its $500 million goal. >>
Supporting student success
Miami and Rookwood Pottery Co., the historic provider of artisan-quality products, unveiled the first limited edition Rookwood tile featuring Upham Hall Thursday, June 13, in Rookwood's Cincinnati-based studio and showroom. A portion of the proceeds will be going toward student scholarships. >>
Research makes science fiction reality
Jason Berberich, assistant professor of chemical and paper engineering, is a biomedical engineer who has helped develop and commercialize a number of products using enzymes. He thinks enzymes might be the key to bringing tricorder technology to life. >>
Right time to write
Students at Riverview Elementary School in Hamilton, Ohio, call it "the Hyphenator" — a writing trick that can turn ordinary fifth-grade sentences into "crazy-brilliant prose." It's just one of many tools taught to elementary teachers and students through a Miami University outreach program. >>
Love & Honor - Show it!
Plans are in the works to increase the visibility and sales of Miami merchandise while streamlining the use of the “M” internally and externally. Learn more in this question-and-answer dialogue with Samantha Stevens, the manager of university trademarks and licensing. >>
Watch the Armstrong Student Center come to life in pictures. >>