Events

"Immigration and the United States"

April 26; 10:30 am - 1 pm

Magistrate Judge Karen Litkovitz (Southern District of Ohio) will give an open talk on her experiences as a judge overseeing the naturalization process for U.S. immigrants. After her talk, she will administer a mock naturalization process for students in Prof. Andrew Offenburger's U.S. history class. All are welcome to attend …

The Femellectual Launch Party

April 26; 3 - 5:30 pm

All are welcome to join the Women*s Center staff to celebrate our 2019 The Femellectual, a multimedia literary publication intended to stimulate feminist and intellectual discourse at Miami around women's and gender issues and showcase voices that are not often represented in mainstream media …

"Strange Racial Figures on the Basketball Court: Transnationalizing Race and Investigating the Politics of Citizenship"

April 29; 6 - 7:50 pm

Stanley Thangaraj, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the City College of New York (CUNY), delivers this segment of the Penny Lecture Series Race, Sport, and Social Justice

Lesson Plan: The Story of the Third Wave (film & discussion)

May 1; 6 - 10 pm

Join the Holocaust and Genocide Education Council for this film pertaining to genocide and the Holocaust. This is one event of many planned for the spring centered around the topics of genocide, the Holocaust, and what Miami students can do to make an impact …

Spanish & Health Study Abroad Info Meeting

May 2; 5 - 5:50 pm

This meeting is for Winter 2020 Integrating Spanish & Health Study Abroad Program in Costa Rica. The program is focused on Spanish language and health care, but open to all majors …

"Indigenous Mexicans, Migration, and Indigeneity on the Move"

May 2; 5 - 7 pm

In this talk, Dr. Yuri Ramírez will briefly outline the movement of indigenous peoples across the US-Mexico border, before finishing with an intimate look at P'urhépecha migrants in a new immigrant destination: North Carolina …

"Aren't you a Little Short to Play Ball?: Japanese American Youth, Racial Microaggressions, & Counterspaces in Basketball Leagues"

May 6; 6 - 7:50 pm

Dr. Christina Chin, Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department at California State University, Fullerton, delivers this segment of the Penny Lecture Series Race, Sport, and Social Justice

"Sharing Ramadan"

May 10; 7:30 - 9:30 pm

Come celebrate Ramadan with Muslim students at Miami. The celebration includes Qur'an reading (Arabic and English), introduction to Ramadan around the world, interactive session with food and cultural traditions, call for Breaking of Fast, and Iftar (free dinner) …

Classes End

May 11

Study Days

May 11-12

Final Examinations

May 13-17

Commencement

May 18