Faculty/Staff Recognition

09/29/2015
Miami Art Professor Receives PAAM Grant
Dana Saulnier, Professor of Art at Miami, was recently announced a winner of a 2015 Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Foundation Grant administered by the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.
09/22/2015
Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards announced
Distinguished Scholar Awards and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards announced for 2015.
07/29/2015
College of Creative Arts extends its reach
Elizabeth Mullenix, dean of the College of Creative Arts at Miami University, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Her three-year term begins Sept. 1.
07/17/2015
New instructor in Theatre featured in Soapbox Cincinnati
Tori Wiggins joins Miami's theatre faculty in the fall as an instructor for THE 123. She was recently featured in Soapbox Cincinnati about her acting and teaching career in theatre
05/18/2015
Per Bloland recipient of Miami's Junior Faculty Distinguished Scholar Award
composer.jpgPer Bloland is the recipient of the 2015 Junior Faculty Distinguished Scholar Award. The award honors Miami faculty who have demonstrated great potential in research or artistry and have achieved significant standing in their fields.
05/18/2015
Murali Parandandi recipient of the 2015 Crossan Hays Curry award
muraliweb.jpgMurali Parandandi, Associate Professor of Architecture is the recipient of the 2015 Crossan Hays Curry award.
02/10/2015
Ben Jacks Gives Gallery Talk
Associate Professor Ben Jacks gave a gallery talk on Friday, February 6 in the Cage Gallery, on the exhibition of photographs from his newly released book, The Architect's Tour: Notes for the Design Traveler (Culicidae Architectural Press).
02/05/2015
Associate Professor John Humphries on Painting with Wine
Associate Professor John Humphries on Painting with Wine
01/29/2015
Professor Ann Wicks to speak at the Art Museum
Tuesday, February 3, 5:30 p.m. Figures in a Garden: The Ideal World in Chinese Art ~ Ann Barrott Wicks, Ph.D., Department of Art, Miami University Art historian Ann Barrott Wicks will explain the historical context and philosophical ideas underlying the work chosen for the exhibition of Chinese art at the Art Museum on view through June 27. She will highlight specific works from the show, recounting the surprising circumstances surrounding the acquisition and identification of some of the paintings.