Miami Regionals
From student research projects to a new program for student success, summer has already been filled with so much excitement. We cannot wait to see what the rest of the summer has in store here at Miami Regionals.
A photo of Dina Hundley

A Day in the Life: Food Service Supervisor
Dina Hundley, the food service supervisor at our Middletown campus was honored with the 2016 Campus Impact Award for going above and beyond the call of duty. Three years later she is still a shining example of what it looks like to never stop pursuing your dreams,
Photo of a young man and young woman at work.
Program for Student Success Launched
A unique new program is now at Miami Regionals — Work+. Students work part-time with a partner employer, study in their chosen major, and get tuition paid. Learn how students can earn a college degree debt-free,
Photo of Chelsea Obrebski in The Conservatory.
Obrebski Named Interim Manager of The Conservatory

We are very excited to welcome Chelsea Obrebski as interim manager of The Conservatory. A lifelong resident of Hamilton, Obrebski graduated from Miami in 2015 with a bachelor of science degree in Botany and Environmental Science. She is currently pursuing a master of science degree in Botany at Miami University in Oxford,
Image of Professor Mert Bal and ODHE assistant vice chancellor Magill
New Engineering Technology Equipment Showcased for State Leaders

The Engineering Technology Department recently welcomed officials from the Ohio Department of Higher Education and demonstrated specialized equipment that was funded through the Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills (RAPIDS) grants,
Photo of Dr. Jerry Martin

A Day in the Life: Regional Director of the ELC and Global Regional Programs

For the past four years, Dr. Jerry Martin has been the Regional Director of the English Language Center and Global Regional Programs at Miami Middletown where he has made a tremendous impact on campus culture,
Dr. Mark Krekeler and students just completed a three-year $547,000 research project funded by the National Institute of Justice on developing software to find people and objects using remote sensing techniques. This technology will be used to save lives, manage emergencies, and enhance criminal investigations nationwide.
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