Miami’s Pre-Law Program renamed after prestigious alumna; naming ceremony Oct 4
The Sue J. Henry Center for Pre-Law Education, newly named after long-time alumna and supporter Sue Henry '73, will hold its official naming ceremony on Wednesday, October 4
Jody Baumgartner '98
Jody Baumgartner '98 wins THCAS Distinguished Professorship
Kimberly Hamlin receives NEH Public Scholar Award for Woman Citizen
Kimberly Hamlin, associate professor of history and global & intercultural studies, has been awarded with a prestigious Public Scholar Award from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her biography of suffragist Helen Hamilton Gardener, 'Woman Citizen'
The Do-No-Harm Principle of Kremlin Relations
Article in Foreign Policy co-authored by Mark Simakovsky '02
Report cites Licking County as an example of success in American Heartland
Article and report co-authored by Rick Platt '89
Humanities and social sciences make a strong showing at Miami's 2017 Undergraduate Research Forum
For many, the term "research" often connotes images of chemistry labs, biology specimens, and physics experiments -- but students in the humanities and social sciences demonstrated the significance of their own research as well at Miami's annual Undergraduate Research Forum
Honors history major Jacob Bruggeman wins national History Scholar Award
Jacob Bruggeman, an honors sophomore double major in history and political science, was one of 15 students nationwide to receive a 2017 Gilder Lehrman History Scholar Award
Miami University Art Museum commemorates 100th anniversary of U.S. entry into WWI
On April 6, the Miami University Art Museum marked the one-hundredth anniversary of the United States' entrance into World War I with a lecture in association with one of the three current exhibitions. The museum, free and open to the public, displayed artifacts from the period, including letters, sheet music, sound recordings, and posters
Lost in translation: author Safia Elhillo addresses the refugee experience
On March 16, successful Sudanese American author and poet Safia Elhillo shared her insights and experiences as the first speaker in the Department of Global & Intercultural Studies' Spring 2017 lecture series, Refuge/Refugees