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04/18/2018
Bryant Simon discusses Reverse Fordism: Chicken Tenders, Politics, and Tragedy in Reagan's America and Beyond
On Wednesday, April 11, Bryant Simon, professor of history and American studies at Temple University, presented his lecture, "Politics, Tragedy and Chicken Tenders" for the Department of History's Charles R. and Elizabeth C. Wilson Lecture
04/13/2018
Miami professor Nicole Thesz publishes book on famous German novelist
Associate professor of German Nicole Thesz published The Communicative Event in the Works of Günter Grass: Stages of Speech, 1959-2015 in January
04/12/2018
In Memoriam: Karen Dawisha
Karen Dawisha, the former Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Political Science and director of Miami University’s Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, died Wednesday, April 11, after a long illness. She was 68 years old.
04/11/2018
Dr. Robert Jenkins discusses corruption in Russia, Hungary, and South Africa for the Finch Lecture
On Tuesday March 13, Robert Jenkins of UNC Chapel Hill delivered a lecture titled "Private Gains from Public Service: Comparing State Capture in Russia, Hungary, and South Africa" as a part of the annual Finch Lecture Series put on by the Department of Political Science
04/09/2018
Worldwide book debut is a highlight of Miami Convocation
A worldwide exclusive awaits Miami University freshmen in the start of their college careers next fall: They will be the first to receive copies of the highly anticipated Wil Haygood book, TIGERLAND: 1968-1969, A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing.
04/09/2018
Ohio Public Leader fellows reflect on their experiences from this past J-term
Eighteen Miami students with majors in political science, public administration, history, and more completed their Ohio Public Leader fellowships during the three-week winter session in January 2018
04/06/2018
Bearded Lady Project comes to Miami to boost the image of women in science
The scarcity of women in science project teams led to Dr. Ellen Currano's project, "The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science"
04/05/2018
Geoffrion Fellowship creates networking opportunities for humanities students
An integral part of the Humanities Center’s Altman Fellows Program, the Geoffrion Family Undergraduate Fellows work with an interdisciplinary team of Miami University faculty members exploring a critical topic in the humanities
04/03/2018
Dr. Adekeye Adebajo speaks on Nigeria and South African relations for the spring Grayson Kirk Lecture
Adekeye Adebajo, director of the Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation (IPATC) at the University of Johannesburg, came to campus to present a lecture on the relationship between Nigeria and South Africa on Monday, March 12