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04/16/2019
Miami to host 2009 Nobel Prize winning author Herta Müller
The annual Havighurst Lecture, sponsored by Miami University's Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, will be delivered on Tuesday, April 23 by author and 2009 Nobel Prize winner Herta Müller
04/08/2019
What ICE is Doing in Our Own Backyard?
Lecture by Christopher Hemmig on the deportation crisis facing Ohio's Mauritanian communities.
04/08/2019
Two English minors, Linguistics and Medical Humanities, offer unique interdisciplinary opportunities
Miami's Department of English recently introduced its new medical humanities minor to join linguistics as minors that have a particularly interdisciplinary focus
04/05/2019
Japanese professor to spend semester in Tokyo
Dr. Noriko Reider, professor of East Asian languages and cultures in the Department of German, Russian, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (GRAMELAC), was wearing a snowflake-covered sweater with a penguin button when we sat in her office to discuss her passion for the supernatural.
04/05/2019
Oliver Knabe: Miami's New German Instructor
This past fall, Dr. Oliver Knabe joined the Miami University Department of German, Russian, Asian, and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (GRAMELAC) faculty.
01/28/2019
Miami's Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) awards grants to 22 CAS faculty for 2018-2019
The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research Grants Program awards 3 types of funding — summer research appointments, research graduate assistantships, and grants to promote research. 22 CAS faculty have received funding for their research projects for the remainder of the 2018-2019 academic year
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
11/27/2018
Inaugural lecture of the Shriver Professor of History to focus on slavery in three regions and time periods in world history
On Thursday, November 29, Matthew S. Gordon, recently appointed as the new Phillip R. Shriver Professor of History, is scheduled to give the inaugural lecture, "Slavery in Global Historical Perspective: Rome, Baghdad, and New Orleans."
11/19/2018
Dr. John M. Jeep - Professor Extraordinaire
Professor of German, John Jeep describes his research as "a combination of linguistic and literary work."