Events

"Reading of the Names"

May 5; 8 am - 5 pm

Miami University Students Against Genocide read thousands of names of children who were killed in the heinous acts that resulted in the Holocaust …

Preparing for a Job/Internship in Business…without a Business Degree

May 5; 2:30 - 3:30 pm

Join us to learn about skills and strategies you can develop and use as you think about translating your major and experiences into the world of business …

"Hemingway, Fitzgerald, & the Lost (?) Generation" (MUH)

May 5; 7:30 - 9 pm

Donald A. Daiker, Miami University Professor Emeritus of English, will examine Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald's love-hate relationship that began the moment they met in 1925 at the Dingo Bar in Paris …

"Imagining a Better Food Future"

May 6; 1 - 5pm

Miami's Institute for Food symposium will feature guests speaking on the following topics: "University-Community Partnerships for a Better Food Future", "Thinking Locally, Acting Globally", and "Changing the Way the World Eats for the Better". There will also be student presentations on "Envisioning the Institute for Food" …

Last Day of Classes

May 7

Final Exams

May 9-14

ShareFest

May 11-17

ShareFest is a week-long collection and redistribution of items donated by Miami University students and the Oxford community at the end of the academic year. Collected items benefit residents in need and social service agencies throughout the region …

Commencement

May 14

8th Congressional District Issues Forum (MUH)

May 23; 6 - 7:30 pm

Join Miami University Regionals and The Journal News as we continue the moderated discussion with the final candidates (Democrat, Republican, and Green Party) for the 8th Congressional District ahead of the Special Congressional Election on June 7th …