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
12/11/2017
CAS alums Kristen Saranteas, Rebecca Messina, Jennifer Rooney named as top women business leaders
Three CAS alums, Kristen Saranteas, Rebecca Messina, and Jennifer Rooney, have recently been lauded in prominent business publications for their work in banking and marketing
12/05/2017
Global & Intercultural Studies, in its third academic year, looks back at a productive, exciting 2017
Miami's Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC), officially established in fall 2015, has completed many important milestones in 2017
11/17/2017
From Phoenix to New York City, are American cities sustainable or resilient?
New York University professor Andrew Ross led the fall semester's final edition of the Humanities Center's Altman Distinguished Lecture Series, "Plan for the Best or Anticipate the Worst? From Sustainability to Resilience," on November 8
11/15/2017
War and revolution from a Russian perspective: Havighurst Center holds symposium on the Blavatnik Archive
Three scholars of Jewish history visited Miami on Friday, November 3 to discuss how specific events from the Russian Revolution and WWII had profound impact on the lives of Jewish soldiers and civilians in a special symposium entitled War, Revolution, and Jewish Life
11/10/2017
Miami students and alumni discuss gender and law at the Women in Law and Leadership Symposium
On Friday, November 3, Miami's recently renamed Sue J. Henry Center for Pre-Law Education hosted a symposium that focused on issues related to gender issues in law and leadership, as well as keys to overcoming them
11/09/2017
Department of History observes 500 years since Martin Luther's landmark 95 Theses
In honor of Martin Luther’s work, the Department of History hosted a free public symposium entitled "Reformations of the Sixteenth Century: Martin Luther and His World, 500 Years Later" November 2-3 at the Miami Art Museum