Helping students with their careers – four EHS faculty members honored for their commitment and support

Career services honored eleven faculty members across the university for excellence in career development with four honorees being members of EHS. Congratulations to Gretchen Matuszak – Dietetics, Sam Morris – Sport Leadership and Management, Terri Spahr Nelson – Social Work and Aimin Wang – Educational Psychology on this special recognition. Read more>> Advertisements

EHS Associate Dean elected to Vice President of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Denise Taliaferro Baszile joins Dean Michael Dantley on the leadership team of the American Educational Research Association. Dr. Baszile was selected as Vice President of Division B (Curriculum Studies) while Dr. Dantley serves in the same capacity for Division A (Administration, Leadership and Organization). AERA is the largest research organization in the world. Their mission … More EHS Associate Dean elected to Vice President of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Department of Educational Psychology faculty member awarded Knox Distinguished Teaching Award

Congratulations to Miami University Department of Educational Psychology professor Darrel Davis for being awarded the 2016 Knox Distinguished Teaching Award! The award recognizes one faculty member who uses creative, innovative and engaging teaching methods at the undergraduate level. An in-depth article appears in the Miami Wire: Darrel Davis receives 2016 Knox Distinguished Teaching Award

6 EHS students awarded President’s Distinguished Service Award

Full article here: http://miamioh.edu/news/top-stories/2016/04/distinguished-service-awards-students.html?utm_source=All+Faculty%2C+Staff+and+Opt+In&utm_campaign=ae6ede7668-Miami_Wire_April_18_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_41236ce523-ae6ede7668-113350053 by Kerry McFadden, university news and communications intern (excerpt) “Megan Beaver – public health major from Brecksville. Beaver has been a leader on campus for student health and wellness, serving as a HAWK peer health educator for three years and serving as co-president alongside award winner Kathie Wollney. She expanded the … More 6 EHS students awarded President’s Distinguished Service Award

Social Work Masters Degree Student gets funding for billboard project

Congratulations to Britney Bruce, a social work master’s degree (MASW) student in the department of family studies and social work. She wrote a grant that was funded by National Crime Victims’ Right Week Grant awarded by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office awards. Her proposal, awarded $1500, is to create a billboard that will run March 28 – April 24th on … More Social Work Masters Degree Student gets funding for billboard project

Project Béisbol’s International Sports Leadership Program

Project Béisbol’s International Sports Leadership Program By Andrew Boylan I boarded a plane with 50 pounds of baseball equipment and a love for the game of baseball. I had never been outside of the United States before, and I was set to depart to Bogotá, Colombia. Not knowing what to expect, I was a little … More Project Béisbol’s International Sports Leadership Program