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04/25/2017
Ancient Artifacts Meet High Tech in Student Research
mcconahay-research-150x100.jpgAnthropology and Interactive Media Studies major Brandi McConahay (’17) completed three archaeology research projects in her senior year, using augmented reality, photogrammetry, digitalization and 3D printing.
03/27/2017
Princeton Review names Miami's game design program 25th best in nation
female-student-stylus-smale-800x400px.jpgAIMS Games Center ranks 25th in the nation in the Princeton Review's latest ranking.
02/28/2017
Lecture at the Art Museum by Annie Dell'Aria, Assistant Professor, Department of Art
Picturing Contemporary Warfare: Art in the Age of the Drone Annie Dell’Aria, Assistant Professor, Department of Art Thursday, March 2, 5:30-6:45 pm, Miami University Art Museum Contemporary wars are fought at a distance far removed from most Americans. While battles and heroes were central subjects of art history, contemporary artists seek to render visible what we often ignore: the personal experiences of veterans and the remote victims of drone warfare. Co-sponsored with the Contemporary Art Forum.
12/20/2016
Campus Architecture + Design Career Fair a big success
arch-fair16-800x400.jpgCareer Services and College of Creative Arts hosted a career fair on Monday, December 12 with 34 local firms in attendance.
09/21/2016
Miami University named as one of "57 Best Video Game Colleges"
Miami University's Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) was ranked among the "57 Best Video Game Colleges" by SuccessfulStudent.org.
07/14/2016
Art Museum Sculpture Park and Pokemon GO
The Miami University Art Museum and Sculpture Park is home to five locations in the wildly popular new Pokémon GO augmented reality game.
05/02/2016
Growing new minors and co-majors in CCA
New minors and co-majors offered in CCA enjoy high enrollment and interdisciplinary opportunities for Miami students.
04/13/2016
Come one, come all! To the Oxford Kinetic Festival's "Circus Fracas" April 17
The seventh annual Oxford Kinetics Festival, "Circus Fracas," will be held noon-5 p.m. Sunday, April 17, at Millett Hall. The festival — free and open to all — includes activities for all ages.