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02/26/2020
Miami hosting 18th annual Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality Symposium
Miami University hosts its 18th annual Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality Symposium Friday-Saturday, March 13-14.
02/26/2020
Living Más: Julie Felss Masino '93, president of Taco Bell International, to headline the 2020 CAS Recognition Ceremony
Julie Felss Masino, President of Taco Bell International, will offer graduating seniors words of inspiration and encouragement as this year's featured speaker for the College of Arts and Science Recognition Ceremony on May 16, 2020.
02/25/2020
Miami's Model Arab League student team captures numerous regional awards
On February 20-22, Miami University's Model Arab League student team met great success at the Ohio Valley Regional Model Arab League, hosted at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.
02/18/2020
Major Insight Episode 15 Using Empathy To Understand Religion and the Law
Featured Majors: Comparative Religion, Psychology, Pre-Law
02/11/2020
Fostering Intercultural Communication in Germany and Kyrgyzstan
Alumnus Jon Meyer visits campus and gives a talk about fostering intercultural communication in Germany and Kyrgyzstan
02/04/2020
Major Insight Episode 14 Find Your Purpose and Place in the Humanities (Part 2)
Featured Majors: History, Comparative Religion, Political Science, Literature, Philosophy
01/30/2020
Freedom Summer 55 Conference
This conference, exploring the local history of Freedom Summer in 1964, and also current lessons and ideas to continue to address voting rights and social inequalities, was held in November 2019 at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in downtown Cincinnati
01/21/2020
Major Insight Episode 13 Find Your Purpose and Place in the Humanities (Part 1)
Featured Majors: History, Political Science, Philosophy, Literature
12/11/2019
Letting go and hoping the ship floats: sitting down with history authors Dr. Lindsay Schakenbach Regele and Dr. Andrew Offenburger
Lindsay Schakenbach Regele (PhD Brown, '15) and Andrew Offenburger (PhD Yale, '14) of the Department of History have recently published their own books, but it was no easy task. Turning graduate school dissertations into published works meant both scholars endured a lot of rethinking, recrafting, breakthroughs, self-doubt, and feelings of reward.