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03/18/2019
Urban planning students make their mark on the Hamilton neighborhood of Lindenwald
Through mutual connections, professor of geography David Prytherch's advanced urban and regional planning class connected with the City of Hamilton to undertake the project of restoring Lindenwald neighborhood
02/27/2019
Grassland response to global change to be the topic of the Department of Biology's Roger Wilson Lecture in Botany
On Wednesday, March 6, Dr. Eric Seabloom, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior at the University of Minnesota, will give a presentation entitled "Grassland Ecosystems and Global Change: Insights from NutNet, a Globally-Replicated Experiment"
02/14/2019
Institute for the Environment & Sustainability's annual Willeke Lecture dives deep into ocean deoxygenation
On February 7, Miami's Institute for the Environment & Sustainability (IES) presented a lecture by Denise Breitburg, senior scientist with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
02/12/2019
Differences between European and Brazilian Portuguese as explained through music and song
On Monday, February 4, Miami professor of Lusophone studies Paula Gândara sang and talked about the differences of the Portuguese language in both Portugal and Brazil
02/04/2019
Baldwin Lecture
baldwin-lecture.jpgThe department will be hosting the 17th Annual Baldwin Frontiers in Geology Lecture on March 11, 2019 at 5:30 PM in room 152 SHD.
01/25/2019
Miami's 5th annual CIQS Day helps pave the way for a new generation of young women interested in STEM careers
On Tuesday, January 8, the College of Arts and Science's Department of Statistics partnered with the College of Education, Health and Society to host its 5th annual CIQS Day for over 140 young women from several regional high schools
12/13/2018
Geography students win awards and connect with alumni in Ohio Geographical Information Systems conference
Four students from Miami's Department of Geography participated in the annual Ohio GIS (geographic information systems) Conference hosted by the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program in Columbus, OH from September 24–26
12/11/2018
Miami students engage in a modern virtual dialogue with Latin American youth leaders
On a cold November 14 evening in Oxford, over 50 students were packed inside a classroom in Upham Hall to listen to current perspectives from students across Latin America. The virtual roundtable with simultaneous translation was entitled, "Challenges and Changes: Voices from Today's Latin American Youth"
12/07/2018
Sustainability in Practice: Students to present their environmental service learning projects for external clients
Sustainability isn't just a subject to study in Miami's Institute for Environment and Sustainability (IES) -- it derives meaning from practical application. In IES instructor Scott Johnston’s Sustainability in Practice class (IES 474), students work in teams to solve environmental issues and develop sustainable strategies for clients outside Miami