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01/16/2020
A mission to give back is the result of some "much-needed" guidance
Addie Joson (Miami '19) inside Miami's Optical Spectroscopy and Imaging Methods Lab.All you can bring are two 50-pound suitcases. Addie Joson (Miami ’19) hasn’t started packing, but she has a loose list of necessities to take in January.
01/09/2020
InterfACE mentorship program integrates international students into the broader Miami community
The American Culture and English Program (ACE), which has been a part of the Miami University curricula since 2011, seeks to facilitate the linguistic, cultural, and academic transition of international students to Miami. More recently, a mentorship program called InterfACE has become a large part of ACE's overall success.
01/02/2020
Western Program's ongoing "Tea and Conversation" talks address educational reform, social justice, and morality
Throughout the fall semester, Miami's Western Program, home of the individualized studies major, has hosted "Tea and Conversation" every Wednesday in the famous Reading Room of Peabody Hall from 2:30-3:30 pm.
12/10/2019
Opening Minds through Art initiative expands to medical schools, allied health partnerships
Opening Minds Through Art members work with residents at The Knolls of Oxford.A new contract with the Ohio Department of Medicaid will help Miami University's Opening Minds through Art (OMA) initiative link students at the state's medical schools and schools of allied health with older Ohioans living with dementia.
12/06/2019
Microbiology faculty provide rich research opportunities in the health sciences for undergrads
The Department of Microbiology offers numerous research opportunities to undergraduates looking for experiences outside the classroom that will expand their knowledge and lab skills.
12/06/2019
Alumni Career Panel informs students on prospective careers in geology, geography, environmental science, and more
On November 11, the Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES), the Department of Geography, and the Department of Geology and Environmental Earth Science held the 4th annual Alumni Career Networking Event to provide current student majors insight and advice on preparing for life after they graduate from Miami.
12/04/2019
Jill Korach honored for global impact in environmental education
For her work in 16 countries, Miami University’s Jill Korach received the 2019 award for Outstanding Service to Environmental Education by the North American Association for Environmental Education.
11/27/2019
Zoologist Kay Holekamp gives enlightening insight into hyenas for the 45th annual Hefner Lecture
Kay Holekamp, director of Michigan State University's interdisciplinary program in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology & Behavior, was invited to Miami to discuss her work with hyenas in honor of The Hefner Museum of Natural History's 45th annual lecture. The presentation, "A Hyena’s Tale" was held in Benton Hall on November 7.
11/22/2019
"An Intro to Analyzing Network Data" prepares students for exploring information from social media connections
Miami's Department of Statistics, as part of its 10th year anniversary conference, hosted "An Intro to Analyzing Network Data," a content/career networking workshop, instructed by Miami 2017 alumna Heather Mathews. More than 50 students, alumni, and faculty members from the department and other disciplines sat themselves in the Shriver Center John Dolibois Room to learn about analyzing network data