Miami students take action in Social Justice Studies, an interdisciplinary field fueled for change
In 2010, after a decade of creative conversations on new ideas, the Social Justice Studies program at Miami University took its place in the Department of Sociology and Gerontology. The field of social justice studies is complex and fascinating, spanning multiple disciplines
Social Justice Studies Trip to Fiji Educates and Makes a Difference
In January of 2015, eighteen Miami students embarked on a trip to Fiji for an intensive Social Justice Studies travel program. Social Justice in Fiji [SJS/SOC 499/599] the inaugural version of the Social Justice Studies course.
Miami faculty's books make contributions to history of Latin America
José Amador and Elena Jackson Albarrán have published books that make contributions to the history of Latin America, and expand the scholarship in their respective subfields of the history of medicine and the history of childhood.
Sarah Chayes explains how corruption is integrated into different societies around the world
Sarah Chayes, a former journalist and military adviser with in-depth experience in Afghanistan, addressed a large audience about her discovery of the different kinds of corruption and how they connect to the security crisis all around the globe
Urban and Environmental Change in Peru
Winter 2015 workshop studies in Peru
Shideler Renovation
Shideler Hall is getting a makeover.
MU Geography Goes to Kenya
Drs. John Maingi and Kim Medley conducting research in Kenya over the January term.
Sustainability and Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica
Students studying in Costa Rica over Winter 2015 term
Spotlight on Genevi Schindehutte
Genevi Schindehutte (MA, Class of 2015) Profile
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    Department of Geography

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    Geography at Miami prepares students to explore the forces connecting the world’s diverse peoples, places, and environments.

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