"The Long March Toward Civil Rights"

April 24; 2:50 - 3:50 pm

In this Art Museum Lecture, Rodney Coates, Professor, History & Black World Studies, provides perspective in this journey on a road that we continue to tread …

The Lesson (film)

April 24; 4:30 - 6:30 pm

This 2014 film is the third installment in the Havighurst Center's Spring 2018 Bulgarian Film Festival. A hard-working teacher in a small Bulgarian town is driven to desperate measures to avoid financial ruin …

"National Parks with Dr. Tammie Gerke: Acadia National Park" (MUM)

April 24; 4:45 - 6:15 pm

Dr. Tammie Gerke, a professor of Geology at Miami Regionals, will discuss the geology and other interesting information about the park …

Undergraduate Research Forum

April 25; 9 am - 4:30 pm

The public is invited to join us for Miami's 24th annual Undergraduate Research Forum which showcases the creative and scholarly activities of undergraduates who engaged in research over the course of the academic year. During the interactive-poster sessions and/or oral sessions both student researchers and mentors celebrate and promote undergraduate engagement in learning and scholarly achievement …

"Aesthetics of Discovery: Pierre Belon's Histoire Naturelle des Estranges Poissons Marins (1551) and the Construction of Renaissance Natural Knowledge"

April 25; 5:30 - 7 pm

Jeremie Korta gives this Works-in-Progress talk …

Gutsche Lecture: Jenny Rooney '92, Forbes CMO Network editor

April 26; 4:30 - 5:30 pm

Please join us in Bachelor Hall 337 for the 2018 Gutsche Lecture featuring alumna Jenny Rooney ('92, English). Gutsche lectures are great opportunities to think about your future and gather career advice and wisdom …

Art Forum: Robert Robbins

April 26; 5:50 - 7:05 pm

A brief discussion through the lens of his own work of how artists evolve and develop their work over time, along with suggestions for recognizing the value in one's own work, one's contribution as an artist, and the establishment of artistic criteria. Robert Robbins is an internationally exhibited visual artist who explores issues of social, political and environmental conflict through landscape as subject …

"Implications of US Withdrawal from Iraq"

April 26; 7 - 8:30 pm

This free and public event, sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Society, will see a discussion on the implications of the United States' decision of pulling out of Iraq after several years of involvement. We will be inviting a professor from Georgetown University to come and sit on a panel with Miami faculty …

Suzanne Buffam: Poetry Reading

April 26; 7:30 - 8:30 pm

Suzanne Buffam was born in Montreal and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She earned an MA in English literature from Concordia University in Montreal, and an MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She is the author of three collections of poetry, most recently A Pillow Book, which was named one of the 10 Best Poetry Books of 2016 by The New York Times

"What Everyone Needs to Know about Early Childhood Mental Health"

April 27; 3 - 5 pm

Guest speaker Grace Schoessow, MS, will discuss the Greene County ESC Early Childhood Mental Health program in this Department of Psychology Colloquium Series talk …

Human Flow (film)

April 29; 2:30 - 6 pm

We will be participating in a screening and then livestream event of the new documentary about the global refugee crisis, directed by renowned artist Ai Weiwei. The event will be in association with Film Studies 301: Introduction to Film Theory, but will be free and open to the public …

Fulbright Information Session

May 2; 4 - 5 pm

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students. This information session will provide an overview of the program and application process …

Tartuffe (theatre)

May 2-6

He's charismatic. He's self-righteous. He's a crook! He's Tartuffe, the central figure in this classic farce by Moliere …

"Racial Banishment in the American Metropolis: Freedom Is a Place, but Where Is That Place?"

May 3; 5 - 6:30 pm

Ananya Roy, Professor of Urban Planning, Social Welfare and Geography and inaugural Director of the Institute of Inequality and Democracy at UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs, gives this Humanities Center Altman Program lecture. Her research and scholarship focuses on poverty and inequality …

Symposium: "Post-Cold War Eastern European Film & Media"

May 4; 10 am - 7 pm

In addition to lectures by faculty and students from Miami University and the University of Cincinnati, the symposium will feature four invited lecturers, one scholar, two directors, and a producer …

"From Organic Ooze to Oil: Re-Os Isotope Geochemistry Tracks the Journey through Time"

May 4; 11:30 am - 1 pm

Professor Judy Hannah, Center for Applied Isotope Research for Industry and Environment at Colorado State University, gives this lecture …

Psychology Research: Stephen Hinkle Memorial Poster Session

May 4; 3 - 5 pm

This poster session showcases and celebrates the research achievements of students and faculty within the Department of Psychology …

"Tick-Tock, the Remarkable Clock: Re-Os in Sulfide Minerals"

May 4; 4:25 - 5:25 pm

Professor Holly Stein, Center for Applied Isotope Research for Industry and Environment at Colorado State University, gives this lecture …

"Russia's Quiet Revolution: Single Motherhood and Normalized Gender Crisis"

May 10; 5:30 - 6:30 pm

AJennifer Utrata, University of Puget Sound, gives this Havighurst Center Lecture …

Last Day of Classes

May 12

Study Days

May 12-13

Final Examinations

May 14-19


May 19