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STC senior receives Gillman scholarship

Kevin Berning, a strategic communication and international studies senior, received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State to help fund his study abroad experiences. Berning received the $7,000 Freeman-ASIA award and will spend the full 2017-2018 academic year in Japan with the USAC Japanese and East Asian Studies Program.

MJF students receive prestigious NATAS award

Seven recent Miami University graduates have won Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences regional student production award for best long form fiction production. Read more.

Haygood named fellow at Washington College

Wil Haygood, Boadway Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence in the Department of Media, Journalism & Film, will spend the 2017-18 year at Washington College as the Patrick Henry Writing Fellow. Read more.

MJF students win honors in SPJ annual competition

Sixteen Miami University students were recognized in Detroit in the annual Mark of Excellence regional competition of the Society of Professional Journalists. Students brought home six first-place wins and seven awards as finalists. Read more.

Strat Comm students win at the Blacksmith Awards

Two of our Strategic Communication students received honors in the PRSSA Student of the Year Award at the Cincinnati PRSA Blacksmith Awards recently. Dalton Ulm received the Silver Award and Paige Garty received the Bronze Award. The awards were judged by a PRSA chapter in Orange County California. Read more.

Miami Herald publishes MU's Cuba stories

The Miami Herald packaged several of MJF students' reporting projects on its site. In its Cuba section, the Miami Herald has stories by students Elizabeth Hansen, Emily Williams, Jack Evans and Kevin Vestal, who participated in our first-ever Cuba study abroad program. Clinical faculty member Joe Sampson also has a story about a Cuban newspaper on the site. Check out the stories.

Student-produced podcast honored in international competition

Three recent Miami University graduates received a second-place award in an international competition for a podcast episode they created. Read more.

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October 10, 2017
Gary Moore

Journalist/author Gary Moore presents “The 'Rosewood Massacre' of 1923 and the Strange History of American Reporting on Race and Violence."

4 p.m., Shriver Center Dolibois A

October 18, 2017
Oxford City Council election debate

The Miami Student will host a debate of the Oxford City Council candidates. Read more information about the candidates on the Student site and check out its Facebook event.

7:30 p.m., ASC Wilks Theater

October 19, 2017
Rick Ludwin

Rick Ludwin, Miami class of 1970 and former executive vice president of late night and entertainment programming at NBC, presents "How Late Night TV Made Fun of Washington This Year."

7 p.m., 107C Williams Hall

October 19, 2017
The Big College Event

MJF student Paige Garty invites you to The Big College Event, a life/career fair in Cincinnati with transportation available from Oxford. For more information, watch this video, or contact Paige, Miami's TBCE ambassador, at Registration continues through Oct. 16.

4-9 p.m., Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati

October 26, 2017
Exit Plans

Miami's "18 of the Last 9" 2017 honorees, with ties to MJF, talk about their career paths, in Exit Plans. Guests are Ibukun Ibraheem, who earned a BA in STC in 2016, and is now an assistant project manager for Adidas in Portland; James Earl Cox III, who earned a BA in Mass Comm, ENG/Creative Writing and IMS in 2014 and now runs a game design company called Seemingly Pointless in Los Angeles; and Cristina Rue, a 2011 political science grad who participated in the Inside Washington program and is now a senior associate in the D.C. office of consultant SKDKnickerbocker.

2:45-4 p.m., Williams Hall 107

October 28, 2017
Spirit of '64

Two Miami grads will speak about "Spirit of '64: Miami University and the Enduring Legacy of Freedom Summer." Wil Haygood ('76) and Jeff Pegues ('92) are both authors of new works with racial themes -- will address race in America during the event. Advance registration required at the event link.

10-11:30 a.m. National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati

November 2, 2017
Arsalan Iftikhar

Media commentator and human rights lawyer Arsalan Iftikhar presents “Scapegoats: How Islam Helps Our Enemies and Threatens Our Freedoms."

4 p.m., Shriver Center Dolibois A

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