07/23/2018
Ganeva's Latest Book Makes Debut
ganeva-film-fashion-2018.jpgDr. Mila Ganeva's latest book, Film and Fashion Amidst the Ruins of Berlin: From Nazism to the Cold War (Screen Cultures: German Film and the Visual) , makes its debut.
05/23/2018
2018 College of Arts and Science graduation ceremony features student Max Leveridge and alum Scott Hess
On the evening of Saturday, May 19, new student graduate Max Leveridge and 1989 Miami alum Scott Hess took the stage in a packed Millett Assembly Hall to address the College of Arts and Science's graduating Class of 2018, along with their families and friends
05/21/2018
Students to learn of American influence on Germany in study abroad to Berlin
Miami’s Americans in Berlin program offers students the opportunity to travel to Berlin, Germany for three weeks over J-term to study the effect of American culture on post-war Berlin.
05/10/2018
Miami students explore Tianjin during Summer Intensive Chinese Program
chi-summer-tianjin-2017-1.pngThe summer program is geared for students of all levels, offering courses from 100 level up to 400.
05/10/2018
GER232 Students Gain Unique Understanding of the Holocaust
ger232-spring2017.jpgWhen Al Miller stood in front of assistant professor of German Mariana Ivanova’s class, he spoke about his experience as a Holocaust survivor.
05/02/2018
Miami Mock Trial wins National Championship
mmt-team-1050.jpgThe Miami University James Lewis Family Mock Trial Program team won the 2018 American Mock Trial Association National Championship Tournament held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 20-22, beating defending runner-up Yale University.
05/02/2018
Students experience German language and culture in Heidelberg, Jena, Dessau, and Berlin
Each summer, students studying German have the opportunity to travel to Germany to expand their language skills.
04/30/2018
Joy Connolly speaks on Greek influence in Roman literature and culture
On April 9, provost and senior vice president at the CUNY Graduate Center Joy Connolly visited Miami to give a lecture entitled "Displacement and Dual Voices: Roman Writing in the Late Republic"
04/26/2018
GRAMELAC's Amy Shaiman: More than a professor
Hebrew instructor Amy Shaiman (Miami ‘91) wears many Miami hats. She adapts herself to fill the gaps at the university and does so with pride.