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01/18/2017
Miami's third annual CIQS Day encourages young women to pursue STEM fields
On Tuesday, January 10, the College of Arts and Science's Department of Statistics partnered with the College of Education, Health and Society to host its third annual CIQS Day for 109 girls representing seven regional high schools
01/04/2017
Miami's 3rd annual CIQS Day introduces STEM careers to area high school female students
Miami is hosting its 3rd annual Careers Involving Quantitative Skills (CIQS, pronounced "kicks") event, a day designed to encourage female high school students to pursue a career in STEM or in other fields that require good quantitative skills
12/01/2016
David Serlin addresses the intersection of medicine and the humanities for Altman Program Lecture
On Thursday, November 10, David Serlin, an associate professor of communication at UC San Diego, visited Miami to give a lecture, "Designs for Living: Rethinking the Medical Model of Disability through Architecture," as part of the 2016-17 Altman Program in the Humanities
10/17/2016
NASA astronaut and Space Shuttle pilot Michael McCulley presents Astronaut Scholarship Foundation award to Miami senior
On Monday, October 6, the Miami University Lecture Series featured pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu and journalist Jeanne Marie Laskas for its first event of the year, focused on Omalu's life story as the person who first diagnosed the disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). Laska's novel, Concussion, was inspired by the true story of Omalu and eventually led to last year's movie of the same name starring Will Smith
10/12/2016
Famous pathologist Bennet Omalu, featured in the movie Concussion, joins journalist Jeanne Marie Laskas to share life anecdotes at Miami University Lecture Series
On Monday, October 6, the Miami University Lecture Series featured pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu and journalist Jeanne Marie Laskas for its first event of the year, focused on Omalu's life story as the person who first diagnosed the disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). Laska's novel, Concussion, was inspired by the true story of Omalu and eventually led to last year's movie of the same name starring Will Smith
09/21/2016
Discover the Sciences event highlights CAS math and natural science offerings for prospective students
High school students interested in majoring in math and science had the opportunity to attend the annual Discover the Sciences program on September 10 to learn more about the state-of-the-art mathematical and natural science programs in Miami’s College of Arts and Science (CAS)
09/20/2016
LSAMP Program at Miami receives its largest group yet of minority students pursuing the STEM fields
August 23 marked the end of Miami's third annual early arrival program for the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), which is a federally funded initiative to promote engagement and success of minority students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields
09/13/2016
STEM Girls Day Out event to inspire young female scientists with a taste of college-level research and scholarship
The Hefner Museum of Natural History and the College of Arts and Science (CAS) at Miami University is collaborating with Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) to offer a special educational field trip for elementary and middle school girls to learn about and develop interests in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
09/07/2016
SEA Miami offers students an immersive educational voyage in the Caribbean during January 2017
This upcoming winter term, Miami students will have the opportunity to escape from Ohio's icy temperatures to immerse themselves in oceanic sciences and maritime history aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer, a research sailing vessel departing from San Juan, Puerto Rico in the sunny Caribbean