03/14/2018
Changing views through history: Japan's only female shogun and her significance to historical research
On Tuesday, March 6, Dr. Alan Lew from Northern Arizona University presented his lecture "Tourism and Global Consciousness" as part of the Critical Tourism course and public lecture series put on by the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC)
03/13/2018
Why We Need More Health Education. And How One Professor is Answering the Call.
brushing-teeth-kid180x120.jpgSociety is in the midst of a serious health crisis, and it’s often an epidemic of our own making. On average, we tend to eat too poorly, stress too much, sleep too little, and exercise even less. These unhealthy behaviors all lead to what’s collectively known as chronic disease and it’s the leading cause of death in America today.
03/12/2018
Dr. Alan Lew presents on tourism and global consciousness
On Tuesday, March 6, Dr. Alan Lew from Northern Arizona University presented his lecture "Tourism and Global Consciousness" as part of the Critical Tourism course and public lecture series put on by the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC)
03/08/2018
Juniors Jacob Bruggeman and Miranda Woods awarded Miami's Goldman Prize
jacob-miranda-headhsots.jpgJuniors Jacob Bruggeman, a history and political science double major from Brunswick, and Miranda Woods, an architecture major from Washington, D.C., have each been awarded Miami's Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize for the 2018-2019 academic year.
03/05/2018
Humanities Center's Altman Program lecture to focus on the livelihood of "Cross-Border Citizens"
Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman, professors from the University of California-San Diego, will explore how communities that straddle national and ethnic lines play a critical role in the daily lives of their residents for their lecture, "Cross-Border Citizens"
03/01/2018
Miami University welcomes "Cincinnati Edition" to campus
ce-in-oxford.jpgWVXU FM's popular show "Cincinnati Edition" is coming to Miami University for two special broadcasts on Wednesday, March 7.
02/28/2018
Is the Party Over? Janus Forum invites three experts to discuss American politics in the age of Trump
With Americans increasingly divided, we're all familiar with the rancor of American politics these days. The Janus Forum wades into the debate on Wednesday, March 7 with guests Kelly Ayotte, Ezra Klein, and Jonathan Swan, who will discuss the future of both the Democratic and Republican parties in "American Politics in the Age of Trump."
02/26/2018
MU2DC reveals to students what's behind the curtain of DC's complex web of politics
This past January term, a group of ten political science majors thought they had a pretty clear idea of what to expect when they signed up for the second annual offering of the MU2DC 3-credit online and experiential learning course
01/30/2018
Kimberly Hamlin receives Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics for her biography of Helen Hamilton Gardener
Associate professor Kimberly Hamlin, who teaches in both the Departments of Global and Intercultural Studies and History, has received project funding from the 2017 Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics