Events

Spring ICE Strategies for Non-Business Majors

February 2; 7-8pm

Similar to the general Spring Internship & Career Expo training, this session focuses on the skills and experiences of non-business majors …

"Origin, Death and Modernity: Curzio Nalaparte and Revolutionary Fascism"

February 4; 4–6pm

Andrea Righi is in the Department of French, Italian, and Arabit at Colorado College. She gives this lecture as part of the L.P. Irving Lecture Series …

Training Session for Spring Internship & Career Expo

February 4; 5:30-6:30pm

Gain helpful tips on how to make the most of Spring ICE in this session that is open to all majors …

Marian Wright Edelman, Activist for the Rights of Children

February 5; 7-8pm

Marian Wright Edelman, Founder and President of the Children's Defense Fund, has been an advocate for disadvantaged Americans for her entire professional life. A graduate of Spelman College and Yale Law School, Edelman was the first black woman admitted to the Mississippi Bar and directed the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund office in Jackson, Mississippi…

Chinese Culture Choral Concert

February 7; 4:30-6:30pm

"Family Stories: Writing about the Russia I Knew and Didn't Know"

February 9; 11:30am-12:50pm

Kseniya Melnik, author of Snow in May, delivers this lecture as part of the Havighurst Center Colloquia Series Russian Literature Under Putin: Haunted by the Past, Critiquing the Present

"Our Government is Broken Because the System is Fixed: Creating a Real Democracy Movement"

February 9; 7:30-9pm

Greg Coleridge, Director, Justice and Empowerment Program, Northeast Ohio American Friends Service Committee Citizens, gives this lecture as part of the Robert E. Strippel Memorial Continuing Dialogue for Justice and Human Rights …

Spring Internship & Career Expo (Spring ICE)

February 11; 1-6pm

Explore internships and/or full-time employment with regional and national employers. Spring ICE is for all interested students …

"Solving the 10,000 Year-Old Problem of Agriculture: A Progress Report"

February 11; 4-6pm

"Dear White People" (film and discussion)

February 11; 6-9pm

In collaboration with The Office of Diversity Affairs Council and The Black History Celebration Committee, The Diversity Affairs Council presents a screening of the film Dear White People as part Miami's celebration of Black History Month. A quality discussion to follow …

Dr. Drew Pinsky: "Addictions Can Happen to You"

February 16; 7:30-10pm

Dr. Drew Pinsky is a practicing physician, Board Certified in Internal and Addiction Medicine. This event is part of the Miami University Lecture Series …

African American Read-In: "Movies, Music, & Migration"

February 19; 11:30am-2pm

Miami University Libraries and the Howe Writing Center are celebrating African American Heritage Month with the 26th annual African American Read-In …

"Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People" (film and discussion)

February 21; 12-4:30pm

This is a 2014 documentary film directed by Thomas Allen Harris. It is based on the book Reflections in Black: A History of Black Photographers 1840 to the Present by Deborah Willis …

Shinnenkai

February 21; 5-8pm

Come celebrate the Japanese New Year with the Japanese Culture and Language Club (JCLC). We celebrate the Japanese New Year with a mixture of traditional Japanese activities, customs and food. Everyone is welcome to this event …