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07/22/2019
Latin American students visit Oxford to share interdisciplinary and intercultural experiences with Miami faculty and students
Twenty students from Panama, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic will soon be wrapping up three weeks in Oxford as part of Miami's annual Study of United States Institutions (SUSI) program, sponsored by the U.S. State Department and the Department of Education
07/09/2019
Award-winning collaboration “HumanitiesWorks” uses data to disprove public perception
Student working on architecture project in the studio at Alumni Hall. Major at your own risk. That’s often the public perception of students who choose to study philosophy over finance or English over engineering.
07/02/2019
Mahaley Evans Receives Inaugural Library Award
My love for history began when I was a child, but it has since grown and persisted because of my time as a History major at Miami.
07/01/2019
History Alum Eric Rhodes Interviews Dr. Albaraan
Juntos Haremos Historia: AMLO and Mexico's Fourth Transformation
06/18/2019
Austin Braksick Spotlight
History has influenced my career through the way that it developed my writing skills. In business and sales, especially, it’s all about how to tell a story and convey a message that has impact.
06/03/2019
John Rakovan on rarest form of gold ever found
National Geographic.com, May 22 (subscription may be required)
05/30/2019
Honoring Miami "roots and wings": Rebecca Messina '94 addresses nearly 1700 bachelor's and master's graduates at annual CAS spring recognition ceremony
On May 18, the College of Arts and Science, highlighted by speeches by Rebecca Messina '94 and Jacob Bruggeman '19, celebrated the achievement of 1521 bachelors and 176 masters graduates at the 2019 Recognition Ceremony
05/23/2019
Nobel Prize winner speaks of the power of truth in the shadow of a dictatorship
On April 23, the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies welcomed 2009 Nobel Prize winner Herta Müller for its annual lecture event. Müller's literature, described as depicting an individual's vulnerability under oppression and persecution, is rooted in her experiences in Romania as a German-speaking ethnic minority
05/21/2019
Kaylie Schunk
My Honor's Thesis examines the understandings of nation and identity of the Myaamia (Miami) and the early U.S. Federal Government following British expansion into this region after the Seven Years' War.