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CIQS Day invites area high school female students to discover STEM careers
Miami University will hold the second annual Careers Involving Quantitative Skills (CIQS, pronounced "kicks") event, a day designed to encourage female high school students to get involved in STEM fields
New Shideler Hall to feature a geospatial analysis center, redesigned geology museum, 3D digital globe, and more innovations
When the 90,000 sq.ft., newly renovated Shideler Hall reopens for business in January, it will offer an array of exciting and innovative resources for faculty and students primarily in the fields of geology, environmental earth science, geography, and environment & sustainability
American studies professor implements new research partnership with Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma
Sandra Garner, assistant professor of American Studies, is using her research expertise on Native American cultures and issues of identity, belonging, and difference to develop an interactive and long-term research partnership with the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma
Miami Department of Anthropology utilizes new technology to share artifacts with the world
Sarah Loomis along with other students in her area of study, is working on creating a virtual archaeological museum with artifacts collected by the university
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