Kinesiology & Health Department Kinesiology & Health Department

Welcome to the KNH electronic bulletin board!  Information that we think you will find helpful will be posted here. Reminders will be e-mailed to you to remind you to check this site for information.  

Applications for London Sport Study Abroad Applications for London Sport Study Abroad

Email being shared on behalf of Dr. Adam Beissel, SLAM Department, regarding his Study Abroad experience in London.

Hi everyone,

The deadline to apply for the London study abroad Sport, Management, and Culture in the Global Marketplace (Summer 2021) has been extended to May 15th, 2021.

For the 3-credit course, students will travel to London (United Kingdom) from August 1-16, 2021 to examine the management of sport in British society.

To apply, students should go to the Miami Global Initiatives website:

Students enrolled in the course will receive three (3) credits and fulfill their Global Miami Plan. Students will enroll in either KNH 448 (Global Sport Perspectives) or KNH 414 (Event and Facility Management in Sport). This program will be useful to those KNH students still needing to satisfy their KNH Matrix requirement for graduation. 

The cost of the program is $3,290. The program fee includes accommodation, meals, site visits, group meetings, activities, and sporting event tickets. Students will also be responsible for airfare (~$1000) and tuition per credit (~$1,500 in-state or ~$3,000 out-of-state). Scholarships are available through Global Initiatives, the College of EHS, and SLAM.

For more information or if you have specific questions, you can email the program director Dr. Adam Beissel ( 


Adam Beissel, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Miami University
Department of SportLeadership & Management
Laws Hall 118
551 E. High St., Oxford, OH 45056
Phone: 513-529-1444
Office: Laws 219 E

posted 5-4-21 


Spring Guest Speaker Event Invitation Spring Guest Speaker Event Invitation

​Zoom Guest Speaker Series: Professional Communication & Healthcare
This series  features professionals (Miami alumni or parents) who work in some aspect of professional communication and healthcare, including social media, marketing communications, sales, research, grant and proposal writing, technical writing, and project management.
In their sessions they will discuss (1) how they found and launched their careers, (2) what they  do in their work, including sharing examples of professional communications, and (3) advice they have for students seeking to enter the healthcare field. There will be a Q&A session as well.
Faculty and  students are  invited to attend. Registration for each speaker is required using a Zoom link unique  to each speaker. Once you register you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the event.
If you have any questions about attending, please contact Dr. Heidi McKee

 Allison Gnaegy, Director, Social Media at Spectrum Science, GLOBALHealthPR Partner
Miami Graduate, Class of 2015 (Professional Writing and Strategic Communication)

Monday, February 8, 1:30-2:30pm

 To attend, you must register (using your Miami email). Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the event.   To attend Allison Gneagy's session, please register at

Elizabeth Baldwin, Healthcare Copywriting Associate, Huron
Miami Graduate, Class of 2017 (Professional Writing and Strategic Communication)

 Monday, February 15, 1:30-2:30pm

 To attend, you must register (using your Miami email). Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the event.   To attend Elizabeth Baldwin's session, please register at

Sarah Hale, Graduate Trainee, Digital Social Strategy, Syneos Health
Miami Graduate, Class of 2020 (Interactive Media Studies)

 Wednesday, February 24, 1:30-2:30pm

To attend, you must register (using your Miami email). Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the event.   To attend Sarah Hale's session, please register at

Brianne Moore, Project Manager, EPIC
Miami Graduate, Class of 2018 (English: Literature)

 Wednesday, March 3, 1:30-2:30pm

 To attend, you must register (using your Miami email). Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the event.   To attend Brianne Moore's session, please register at


Nicholas Butcher, Proposal Writer, EyeMed Vision Care

Miami Graduate, Class of 2016 (Professional Writing)

Monday, March 15, 1:30-2:30pm

To attend, you must register (using your Miami email). Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the event.   To attend Nicholas Butcher's session, please register at
Dan Holleran, Regional Sales Manager, AtriCure
Miami Parent (Riley Holleran, Class of 2021, Professional Writing)

 Wednesday, April 7, 1:30-2:30pm

To attend, you must register (using your Miami email). Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the event.   To attend Dan Holleran's session, please register at

Dr. Heidi McKee
Professor, Professional Writing, English Department
Affiliate Faculty, Emerging Technology in Business, & Design Department
Miami University
Bachelor 364
Oxford, Ohio 45056
513-529-2635 (office)

The Miami University Center for Assistive Technology (MUCAT) The Miami University Center for Assistive Technology (MUCAT)

Are you interested in using your skills to improve the quality of life of others? Well, now is your chance! The Miami University Center for Assistive Technology (MUCAT) will be hosting its annual Design Innovation Competition, which allows teams of undergraduate students to develop technologies that improve quality of life. The theme of this year's competition is Assistive Technology for At-Home Living.


You do not need to be an engineering student to participate in this event! Join us this evening at 5:30 PM to learn more about this competition during the competition kickoff meeting on Zoom (ID: 85079086998, Password: 225384).


In this competition, teams propose a technological solution to a problem that is in line with the competition theme of "Assistive Technology for At-Home Living." Five to six teams are selected as finalists and provided up to $500 to develop a prototype of their solution.


Prizes award to the top two teams with the 1st place prize being $5,000 towards further developing the project provided by MUCAT, and an introduction to people who have experience in startup companies provided by CincyTech. CincyTech is a local company that provides advice and capital to entrepreneurs, helps research institutions commercialize technology through startups, and catalyzes investment from individuals and institutions into regional companies. This competition is a great way to showcase your skills and get noticed by companies like CincyTech to develop your startup.


Individuals interested in participating in this competition should join the competition kickoff meeting on Zoom (ID: 85079086998, Password: 225384) and complete the general information survey. After completing this survey, you will be added to the MUCAT Canvas page, where you can join a team if you have one or simply use the discussion boards to explore project ideas with others. Need help forming a team? Contact Dr. Chagdes ( or myself, and we will help find others with similar interests.


Want to join but do not have an idea? How about working on a project to develop:


  • a smart device for detecting falls
  •  an exoskeleton for helping people with mobility issues
  •  a device to assist individuals in lifting objects
  •  a device that can help with everyday household tasks
  •  a smart walker that can detect improper use or is easier to maneuver
  •  a device for easier organization and displacement of medicines
  • a device that improves communication


If you have friends in a different major that you think might be interested, please share this email with them and ask them to complete the general information survey. We will add them to the Competition Canvas site to use the discussion board to meet others interested and register by signing up for a project group.


Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you,


James R. Chagdes

Assistant Professor, Director of the Center for Assistive Technology

Miami University | College of Engineering and Computing

Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Garland Hall

650 E. High St.

Oxford, OH 45056

O: 513-529-0742 | F: 513-529-0717 |

Educate2Liberate Educate2Liberate

In the College of Education, Health & Society, we believe that education, within and far beyond schooling, is the process through which we come to understand and call out injustice and to work toward transforming all that is not good to us or for us. In this spirit, we organized the Educate2Liberate series as an opportunity for all in EHS to come together and learn our way to better futures.
Educate2Liberate comes at a pivotal moment in history when the voices raised against anti-Black racism, and the dehumanization of Black people and indeed all people of color must not only be heard but strategic action taken guided by the critical content of those voices. I encourage EHS students, staff, faculty, alumni, and the Miami community to openly engage in the Educate2Liberate series, as it is just one of the vehicles charged with fomenting essential societal change toward more justice for more people. 
Michael E. Dantley, Dean
Video Statement
In partnership with the EHS Ambassadors, Advisory Council and members of the EHS Community, the following video statement was produced to confirm our commitment to action.
Statement Video

2020-2021 Educate2Liberate Initiatives and Schedule

Thursday, July 9, 2020 from 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Black Lives Matter: Racial Justice and Education Virtual Panel Discussion
Please join Miami University's Department of Teacher Education for a virtual panel discussion on racial justice and education.
The recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, Tony McDade, and countless other Black people have generated new civil rights urgencies in Black communities and spirited academic discourses in and beyond higher education regarding the conditions of Black people in America. Join Black faculty as well as students (both past and present) from the Department of Teacher Education as we discuss both the experiences of Black pre-service teachers and the impacts that these new, yet very familiar, discourses on American race relations have within the field of teacher education.

This panel will be facilitated by Teacher Education faculty member Dr. Nathaniel Bryan and doctoral student Rachel McMillian with alumni and current student panelists: Genesis Ross, Rachel Hollins, Janae Sneed, Sydnie Singleton, Alaysia Plair-Easton, and Jeremy Allen.

To register for this virtual panel, please use the link to complete the form.    A separate link to participate will be sent to you closer to the day of the event. 

Educate 8:46 (a podcast series)
(Premieres August 1 - Hosted by Denise Taliaferro Baszile)
8 minutes and 46 seconds is the amount of time that officer Derrick Chauvin had his knee on the neck of George Floyd, draining the life from his body. This image has forced this country, this world to reckon with how its history of anti-black violence and racism continue to impact Black lives. While we certainly want justice and now, justice is not enough. The premise of Educate 8:46 is simple--what can we teach and learn in 8 minutes and 46 seconds that can support the struggle against white supremacy and anti-blackness and all related inter-systemic injustices. I asked this question of colleagues and comrades all over the country, whom I know to be fierce warriors for justice through education, and they responded. So each week, we drop knowledge--short lessons, powerful revelations, controversial perspectives, strategies, and freedom dreams all in 8 minutes and 46 seconds. 

Crucial Conversations: Education in Support of the Movement for Black Lives

Dr. Denise Taliaferro Baszile will host crucial conversations with a number of scholar-activists on a series of topics related to the struggle against systemic racism. These will be held every other Wednesday from 7:00-8:30 on Zoom. All are welcome to join in, listen, and ask all the questions you've been wanting to ask. Simply follow the link to register. 

Session 1: What is the Movement for Black Lives?  
Featuring Dr. Durell Callier
August 19, 7:00-8:30 pm

Session 2: What Does It Mean to Be Human? 
Featuring Dr. Michael Dantley 
September 2, 7:8:30 pm

Session 3: White Supremacy and Its Centripetal Force 
Featuring Dr. Rodney Coates 
September 16, 7:00-8:30 pm

Session 4: The Challenge of Anti-Blackness 
Featuring Dr. Nathaniel Bryan
September 30, 7:00-8:30 pm

Session 5: Revolution, Abolition, and Radical Hope 
Featuring Rachel McMillian 
October 14, 7:00-8:30 pm

Session 6: Too Much Schooling, Too Little Education
Featuring Dr. Armiya Muhammed
October 28, 7:00-8:30 pm

Session 7: Love, Study, Struggle
Featuring Johnnie Jackson  
November 11, 7:00-8:30 pm

Session 8: Where Do We Go From Here? 
Featuring Dr. Kyra Shahid and Adrian Parker 
November 18, 7:00-8:30 pm
Spring events will be announced before the close of fall semester





From: Douglass, Lindsay <>
Date: Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 5:45 PM
Subject: Student Org Promotion: Education Life
To: KNH Department Office <>


My name is Lindsay Douglass, I am an Anthropology and Spanish double major with a Global Health minor here at Miami, and I am reaching out to you to ask if you would be willing to assist me in promoting an amazing opportunity within a Miami student org called MEDLIFE.

MEDLIFE (Medicine, Education, and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere) is a non-profit organization with a mission to build a worldwide movement empowering the poor in their fight for equal access to healthcare, education, and a safe community. MEDLIFE is fighting to achieve their vision of a world free of poverty through Service-Learning Trips, mobile clinics, the MEDLIFE Project Fund, student empowerment, and, most importantly, community collaboration. 

Recently, Miami's MEDLIFE chapter introduced two new specialized communities that focus on the areas of education and dentistry. I am the VP of Education Life, and it is my responsibility to spread the word about our new branch and to recruit members who would be interested in joining our mission. 

Education Life is a product of MEDLIFE's efforts to improve access to quality education in less developed parts of the world, specifically the countries of Peru, Ecuador, and Tanzania, and the local areas surrounding partnering universities. Education Life does this through school construction projects, preventative health workshops, and local outreach. 

Overall, I am reaching out to you because, in order to spread the word on campus and make the impact I know our chapter can make, I need voices much louder than mine. 

I feel as if the students within the College of Education would benefit from being involved in our organization due to the many opportunities they would have to experience education, health, and service in a cross-cultural setting. For example, we will be having an education and health based Service-Learning trip this May to Lima, Peru where students can participate in an immersive and life-changing experience doing education and health promotion projects. 

So, how can you help? 

  • Send out an email with information about Education Life to students within your division/class
  • Have short class-visits where I can come talk to students about Education Life
  • Allow flyers for Education Life to be posted in buildings
  • Hand out information sheets about Education Life 

Below, I have attached a link to an interest form and an information hand out.

If you are interested in meeting to talk more about Education Life and how you can help us grow as a Student Organization OR if you are able and willing to help us in any of the ways listed above, please respond to this email. 

Your help is greatly appreciated and desired. I hope to hear back from you.


Best wishes,--

Lindsay Douglass
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
College of Arts and Science
Anthropology and Spanish Major | Global Health Minor

Beveled M aligned left of stacked Miami University wordmark with founding date and campus designation.

posted 2-14-20 aer

BS/MS program AND the MS Health Promotion announcement BS/MS program AND the MS Health Promotion announcement

Dear KNH students,

Hello again! For those of your who don't know me, my name is Dr. Paul Branscum, and I'd like to share with you an announcements as you plan for the Spring semester (and even next year!).  

We are currently actively recruiting for both the combined BS/MS program AND the MS Health Promotion concentration of the graduate program in our department.  

Please know that ALL students are eligible for the program.  No matter the major or concentration of your undergraduate degree, if you are interested in getting an MS degree with a concentration in Health Promotion, please come talk with me!  

If you are a Sophomore/Junior, the combined BS/MS program might be a good fit for you.  For this program, you complete your senior year classes in combination with the MS classes, and get to graduate with your MS in only 1 extra year.  I've even had students who planned their senior year out and was able to finish all of the MS requirements within the senior year.  If you are looking at your senior year and thinking you only have a few classes left, the MS program might be a great fit for you!

If you are a graduating senior, unfortunately it is too late to join the combined program, but we still have the MS program that you might be interested in after graduation!

There are many benefits to getting an MS degree if you are considering this option.  First off, you will get specialized knowledge in the Health Promotion/Public Health field, and an opportunity to work closer with a faculty member on a research topic you are passionate about. Second, an MS degree can make you more competitive for jobs when you enter the work-force, and make it easier to transition into more senior level positions if that is something you are interested in. Third, it will enhance your earning potential.  According to the "Education Pays 2016:The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society" report "Individuals with master's degrees working full time earned 22% more before taxes and took home 21% more, on average, than those whose highest degree was a bachelor's degree."  Finally, the MS program will give you the opportunity to enhance your professional network, by introducing you to national and international conferences where you can meet various individuals in industry and higher education.  

If you are at all interested in our graduate program, please feel free to email me <> and I would be delighted to discuss the program with you.  

Thanks everyone!


Paul Branscum PhD, RD, FAAHB
Associate Professor
Miami University
Department of Kinesiology and Health
420 S. Oak Street
Phillips Hall 202P
Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-3022 (website)

posted 2-11-20 aer

H.A.W.K.S. Peer Health Educators H.A.W.K.S. Peer Health Educators

Hello! I am writing to share the H.A.W.K.S. Peer Health Educators (or just HAWKS)  recruitment and selection information for 2020-2021 and ask you to share with individual students or groups who may have a passion for college student health and wellness. Our faculty, staff, and student organizations have referred many successful HAWKS candidates and we appreciate your connection to students as well as helping students connect to wellness opportunities. 

H.A.W.K.S. is the acronym for Health Advocates for Wellness Knowledge and Skills. Their common interest is promoting the H.A.W.K.S. mission* Successful candidates come from a wide variety of academic backgrounds and experiences.   

The online application is due by February 19, 2020 to  I've attached additional information about the position and process. 

We value your position as a connector and as a wonderful referral resource. We're hoping you can share this opportunity with groups and individual students. Many of this year's HAWKS were connected to the group through people like you who made a difference by connecting students with potential involvements.  

Interested students and others can contact me on my direct line 513-529-5047 for questions, a student referral, or would like more information.   

*HAWKS Peer Health Educator Mission Statement:  "Our mission is to actively engage students to consider important issues related to their health and wellness by presenting factual, relevant information that encourages them to reflect on their lifestyle and to help them make free and healthy choices."  

Kind regards,

Leslie Haxby McNeill
Assistant Director|Office of Student Wellness
102 Health Services Center| 421 S. Campus Avenue

posted 2/6/20 ar

Who is my KNH Advisor and where can I find that information? Who is my KNH Advisor and where can I find that information?

Just an FYI on finding out who your KNH Advisor is.  This KNH Students on myMiami is NOT the right place.  

Two places you can look are the Student Tab on myMiami site or the OneStop site Log into My One Stop, then under the Advisor Information dropdown the contact information should be there. 

Feel free to contact me if you have trouble finding out the name of your KNH academic advisor.

posted 10-15-19 aer

Coaching position with Miami's Men's Club Lacrosse Team Coaching position with Miami's Men's Club Lacrosse Team

Miami Men's Club Lacrosse Searching for a Coach!


Expectations- A background and knowledge of Lacrosse 

Duties- Will manage and advise the team during practices and games throughout the Fall and Spring

Time commitment- Three hours of practice time weekly throughout the year, some weekends in the Fall and more weekends in the Spring (Dates TBD)


To learn more contact our President, T.J. Cahill at

posted 7-25-19 ar

ATTN: Prospective Athletic Training Majors ATTN: Prospective Athletic Training Majors

ATTN: Prospective Athletic Training Majors

As nationally mandated by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), all accredited professional athletic training education programs are to be offered at the Master's degree level.  Specifically, students must soon earn a Master's degree from a CAATE-accredited professional program in order to be eligible for the Board of Certification (BOC) examination and eventual clinical practice. 

The Athletic Training Program (ATP) here at Miami University is transitioning our Bachelor's level program to a Master's level program.  While the Master's ATP is proposed to launch in fall 2022, procedures to deactivate the undergraduate program already have been set in motion.

Please allow this email to serve as official notification that academic year 2018-2019 will be the final year for admission into the Bachelor's level degree program.  As such, if you intend to apply to the undergraduate ATP, you must enroll in KNH 182 (Introduction to Athletic Training) THIS FALL SEMESTER.  KNH 182 serves as the pre-requisite course for formal admission into the ATP and will be required with the program application DUE APRIL 15, 2019.  The specifics of the application to the ATP are discussed in KNH 182.  Again, the last opportunity to enroll in KNH 182 is fall of 2018 so you must declare AT now if you are interested in becoming an AT major.

  • If interested in majoring in AT, contact Patricia Troesch ( immediately to enroll in KNH 182 for this fall semester.
  • If you have additional questions regarding the ATP, please contact Eric Brooks (

Thank you and have a wonderful start to your school year.

posted 8/21/18 ar



As nationally mandated by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), the professional athletic training program at Miami University will transition from the Bachelor's level to the Master's level.  It is proposed that beginning with academic year 2019-2020, students wishing to pursue athletic training should enroll in the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology program with the intention of applying to the Master of Science in Athletic Training program during junior year.  More specific detail on the MS in Athletic Training program is forthcoming.

posted 8-20-18 ar



Fantasy Sport research questionnaire Fantasy Sport research questionnaire

My name is Dr. Brody J. Ruihley. I am an Assistant Professor of Sport Leadership and Management. I am working on research focusing on people's participation in fantasy sport. I would like to invite you to complete a questionnaire about your fantasy sport experiences and participation in the activity and invite others to participate as well. 

This questionnaire is for adults participating in fantasy sport and should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw from the session at any time or decline to answer any questions that makes you uncomfortable.

If you would like to participate, please follow this link to be directed to the consent form and online questionnaire: 

Thank you!

Dr. Brody J. Ruihley
Asst. Professor of Sport Management
Miami University (Oxford)


posted 9-15-17 ar

ATTN: KNH 101 students ATTN: KNH 101 students

To all Kinesiology and Health Students (all KNH Majors) who are registered for KNH 101:  This course will NOT count in your KNH Matrix.  Personal Nutrition was previously numbered KNH 171 and was excluded from the Matrix.  The number was recently changed to KNH 101 and should have also been excluded from the Matrix.  This error has now been corrected.  If you registered for KNH 101 Personal Nutrition for the purpose of it being counted in the KNH Matrix, it will not.  This course is ONLY an elective course and therefore you may want to change your schedule.  If however, you registered for KNH 101 as an elective, then that is perfectly fine to stay in the class. Just note that the course will not count in the Miami Plan or your Major, however, the 2 credit hours will count towards the minimum of 128 required to graduate. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, Anne

posted 4/20/16 ar


myAdvising myAdvising

Have questions about advising?  Check out the new myAdvising page located on myMiami under your Student tab.  Look for "Student Services" (left column) and click on the {a} for myAdvising.  Here you will find all kinds of helpful information such as who your academic advisor is, academic requirements, frequently asked questions, and more.   There are also "Helpful Links and Advice" such as How to read my DAR and What can I do with this Major. This page was created for you to help increase your knowledge about advising, finding resources and connecting with your adivsor.  Be sure to check it out!



For a brief description of the clubs listed below visit the KNH website:


Miami University Student Athletic Trainers' Association (MUSATA)

Staff Advisor: Alexandra (Alex) Wold (

Pre-Physical and Occupational Therapy Club

Co-Faculty Advisors: Dr. Bill Berg ( and Mrs. Nancy Malay (

Miami University Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (SAND)  

Faculty Advisor: Nancy Parkinson (

Miami University Chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Valerie Ubbes (

Miami University Chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa (PEK)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Emily Davie (

Dance Theatre

Faculty Advisor: Lana Kay Rosenberg (

Miami University Gymnastics Club

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Helaine Alessio (

Sport Leadership and Management Club

Co-Faculty Advisors: Dr. Adam Beissel ( and Dr. Sam Morris (

Miami Swing Syndicate

Faculty Advisor: Lana Kay Rosenberg (

Miami Synchronized Swimming Club (Miami Marlins)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Helaine Alessio (

Miami Women's Baseball Club

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Callie Maddox (

Pre-Physician Assistant Club (Pre-PA Club)

Faculty Advisor: Ms. Tailyn Walborn (


EHS Diversity Council EHS Diversity Council

Want to be a member of the EHS Diversity Council?

General Information


Dedicated to the holistic learning experience of all students within the College of Education, Health, and Society, the diversity council strives to establish a community that embraces and promotes a diverse and inclusive environment for all students.


• Comprised of undergraduate and graduate students

• Semester long membership with possibility of extension to year long

• Council shall be comprised of 8 - 10 members

• At least 2 members need to be graduate students

Membership Requirements

• Must fully complete application

• Must have one letter of recommendation (does not have to be extensive, but should highlight that the staff or faculty member supports the student being on the council)

• No GPA requirement, but the student needs to be in good standing with the university

• Members must attend all meetings

• Members who miss more than two meetings without proper excuse will be asked to leave the council


• The council shall meet bi-weekly every Tuesday at 6:00 P.M. in McGuffey

• Meetings will last 1.5 hours

• A retreat will be held on a Saturday TBD at the beginning on the semester

Potential Meeting Topics

• Core values of diversity council

• Discussion of how to promote diversity within the college

• Open house

• Potential initiatives for the year

• Student engagement and recruitment activities


Contact Information: Please email MindyWu at with the following information:


Personal Information



Class Standing:


Email Address:

Phone Number:

Essay Questions

What does diversity mean to you?

What is one idea you have to promote diversity within the college?

What are your current commitments (list commitment and average time investment)


posted 11/18/14 ar

Resources for Women from Resources for Women from

Resources for Women from


Scholarship Resource

  • Subject-Based Scholarships

  • Demographic-Based Scholarship

List of Organizations Working to Improve Women's Education and Career Opportunities

  • Women in STEM Organizations

  • On-Campus Societies

  • Career Counseling for Women

posted 10/27/14 ar


LIVE sports video production LIVE sports video production

Great opportunity to get hands-on experience in LIVE sports video production!

Miami All-Access and Video Production handles all of the live video production for the Miami athletic department's on-line streaming and video board production for Miami football, men's and women's basketball, volleyball, ice hockey, baseball and softball. We produce over 100 live events every school year!

We are always looking for students that have a passion for sports and video production to assist us. We use great gear, producing this year with a brand new TriCaster 410 and 3Play Instant Replay System and we use Sony and Panasonic Cameras.

As a student, you'll have the opportunity to gain experience as camera operator, replay operator, technical director, and more. AND, in addition to the experience, YOU GET PAID! Our multi-media rights holder, IMG will pay $25 to you per broadcast that you work. 

For more information or to say I WANT TO DO THIS!, contact me directly: 

Steve Baker

Assistant A.D. - Broadcasting

Miami University Athletics

(513) 529-7288

MU Football Video Operations Opportunity MU Football Video Operations Opportunity

WANTED: Students with video experience and a passion for sports

I am looking for a few students who are interested in gaining experience with a DI Football team and have experience working behind a camera.

Students will:

• Video tape/edit practices and games.

• Assist coaches and I with daily cutups and video/slide content for position meetings and video analysis.

• Prepare, maintain, troubleshoot and repair all video equipment.

• Assist me in managing footage and digital technology.

• Assist in the creation of highlight videos for the football team, coaches and and websites.


• Paid position

• You are given a plethora of Miami FB Adidas gear (travel suit, winter suit, sweatpants, shoes, T-shirts, jackets, socks, backpack/duffle bag)

• Free travel to away games (2014 away games: University of Michigan, Akron, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Northern Illinois, Central Michigan)

• Gain experience in learning how a DI Football Team operates

• Per diem for every away game trip

• Build connections with Miami Football staff and Miami Athletic Department

• Free living/food for fall camp

If a student has any questions or would like to apply for this job, please send a resume and inquiry to   I need to hire about 3 students by the end of July in order to meet the deadlines for Fall Camp. The position begins in early August (dates TBA). Apply quickly because positions will go fast.

You MUST be able to be in Oxford for fall camp. The position generally starts around August 1st. If you do not have living arrangements, they will be made for you to stay in a dorm room until the school year starts. Food is included for the first three weeks of August (3 meals a day).

I would love to hire students who are very familiar with being creative with videos (know about angles, what's the best way to shoot video, knows what works and what doesn't, etc.). These positions will be stationed on the field and in the locker room to shoot footage for the highlight tapes during games.

Thank you

Kyle Kron

Director of Video Operations

Miami University RedHawks Football

W: 513-529-3319

C: 330-312-3859

KNH gains new innovative technology KNH gains new innovative technology


New to KNH this academic year, the Anatomage table offers a unique, life-size virtual dissection table with an unprecedented realistic visualization of 3D anatomy and interactivity. Clinical Professor Dean Smith notes that at this time, EHS has the only Anatomage table in Ohio. "This instrument provides a learning tool rarely available to undergrads outside of medical schools," notes Smith.


Programmable Patient: Meti-Man

Also new to KNH this year is "Meti-Man," a patient simulator that can be programmed to display a variety of health conditions ranging from allergic reactions, pneumonia, heart conditions and various symptoms of trauma. Students can monitor Meti-Man's pulse, heartbeat, respirations, pupil dilation and other physiological factors.

"It's a powerful learning tool for our athletic training students," says Dr. Brett Massie, noting that other majors will also benefit from working with the life-like technology.

One of the unique features of Meti-Man, Massie explains, is that the "patient's" symptoms can accelerate if the student is not using the correct treatment. "We plan to videotape these student-patient sessions," says Massie, "so that students can review what they might have done differently to gain more positive results. Obviously, this kind of experimentation is invaluable in preparation for real-world scenarios."

Like the Anatomage table, it is rare that undergraduates in non-nursing or EMT programs have the opportunity to work with this innovation in technology.