12/05/2018
International students sharpen their English skills, build connections at Conversation Café
American Culture and English (ACE) Program students at Miami attend an assigned session of Conversation Café once a week to supplement a required ACE course. It’s one of the more enjoyable parts of their curriculum
11/30/2018
Big cats visit environmental literature capstone
Students in Professor Anita Mannur's ENG 495E: Postcolonial Environments capstone class recently had some very unusual visitors. The Cincy Big Cat Ambassador Program brought a cheetah, ocelot, housecat, and a dog to Western Lodge to kick off discussions on conservation and adaptation. 
11/15/2018
Professor elected to Oral History Association exec council
The Oral History Association (OHA) recently elected professor and linguistics program director Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis to its national executive council.
11/13/2018
iNTRA works to help international students succeed at Miami
International Students Reaching Across (iNTRA) is working to help international students at Miami University succeed, through a series of articles released on the WeChat social media platform.
10/25/2018
Oxford University fellowship allows close study of Elizabeth I
Associate professor Kaara Peterson was recently elected to a Spring 2019 Plumer Visiting Research Fellowship at St. Anne's College, and an appointment as a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Early Modern Studies, both at Oxford University.
10/22/2018
Literature professor to study Renaissance bodies, health, and medicine in Venice
Starting this coming spring, Cynthia Klestinec will be a senior visiting professor at the University of Venice, Ca'Foscari, where she will collaborate with faculty and students and conduct research on her project: The Officina* of the Surgeon: Bodies, Health, and Medicine in Renaissance Venice.
10/16/2018
“Locate, excavate, and contextualize”: collaborative-community research in Indigenous communities
On October 1, Mindy Morgan presented a lecture, "Untangling the Web: Indigenous Linguistic and Cultural Knowledge and Americanist Anthropology," which explored the synthesis of her work from the last 20 years focusing on the opportunities and challenges of linguistic and cultural revitalization of Native American communities
10/09/2018
Where Are They Now? | Alumni Spotlight: Judi Ketteler '98
Interview with Miami graduate alumna Judi Ketteler '98, who visited campus on October 2nd to share her career wisdom. She has worked as a freelance writer since 2002, writing essays, articles, speeches, and content copy.
09/28/2018
Media and policy advocate Anna Veduta talks about reporting on "the real Russia"
On September 20, Anna Veduta, global outreach director for the English version of the online newspaper Meduza, spoke to a packed room in Harrison Hall about her work with the most reliable media outlet covering Russia