04/02/2019
AG Loretta Lynch and Dr. Tom Price discuss "Drowning in Drugs: The Opioid Crisis in America"
The Janus Forum, held on March 13, invited former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Tom Price to share their views and experiences on the opioid crisis
04/01/2019
Pre-Health Professions Week 2019
The inaugural Pre-Health Professions Week, supported by a Career Grant from Miami's Career Center, brings a variety of healthcare-related events to the Oxford Campus. Pre-Health Week is intended not only to help our students develop and strengthen their applications, it is meant to help them build a connection between their time at Miami and their futures in healthcare. Over a four-day period we will be collaborating with student organizations, Miami alumni, and professionals throughout the region to offer health-care related professional and career development events, including skills workshops, a current professional school student panel, mock interviews, break-out sessions, a keynote speaker, and multiple networking opportunities.
03/06/2019
Drowning in Drugs: AG Loretta Lynch and Dr. Tom Price to discuss national opioid crisis for spring 2019's Janus Forum
On March 13, Loretta Lynch, attorney general under President Obama, and Tom Price, former secretary of Health and Human Services under President Trump, together will speak about America’s national opioid crisis for the 2019 spring's Janus Forum
02/27/2019
Grassland response to global change to be the topic of the Department of Biology's Roger Wilson Lecture in Botany
On Wednesday, March 6, Dr. Eric Seabloom, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior at the University of Minnesota, will give a presentation entitled "Grassland Ecosystems and Global Change: Insights from NutNet, a Globally-Replicated Experiment"
02/14/2019
Institute for the Environment & Sustainability's annual Willeke Lecture dives deep into ocean deoxygenation
On February 7, Miami's Institute for the Environment & Sustainability (IES) presented a lecture by Denise Breitburg, senior scientist with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
02/04/2019
Baldwin Lecture
The department will be hosting the 17th Annual Baldwin Frontiers in Geology Lecture on March 11, 2019 at 5:30 PM in room 152 SHD.
01/25/2019
Miami's 5th annual CIQS Day helps pave the way for a new generation of young women interested in STEM careers
On Tuesday, January 8, the College of Arts and Science's Department of Statistics partnered with the College of Education, Health and Society to host its 5th annual CIQS Day for over 140 young women from several regional high schools
01/23/2019
Miami biologist's research part of new phase in cell biology
A recent study published by Miami scientist Andor Kiss and colleagues from the University of California, Irvine and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is related to one of runners-ups of the "2018 Science Breakthroughs of the Year: How Cells Marshall Their Contents."
10/11/2018
Explore the rich, sweet world of one of history’s most popular foods in "Chocolate: The Exhibition"
On Saturday, October 20, faculty and staff from Miami's College of Arts and Science (CAS) will host "Miami University Gallery Talks" at Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) from 12 noon to 2 pm. They will give informal presentations, tours, and Q&A sessions to explore the chemistry of chocolate, how chocolate farming has changed ecosystems, the impact of chocolate on international politics over the centuries, and more