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Photos by Architecture faculty selected for Cincinnati restaurant design
harvest.jpgEighteen photographs by Ben Jacks, Associate Professor, Architecture + Interior Design, have been selected as part of the new interior design at Harvest, Clifton (formerly La Poste).
Commencement Announcement
The Spring 2016 university commencement will be Saturday, May 14, at 1:30 p.m. in Yager Stadium, rain or shine. Gates to Yager Stadium will open at 10 a.m. and families may enter through the south and west gates. All degree candidates are to report to Yager Stadium, with their robe and cap in hand, no later than 12:30 p.m. THIS IS A NEW REQUIREMENT – no robes and caps are to be worn to Yager Stadium. All items on the prohibited items list will be confiscated if found on any person preparing to enter the field. The ushers and marshals will notify the candidates when it is time to put on their academic attire.
Call For Nominations: Crossan Hays Curry Award
In 1994, the College of Creative Arts received a substantial endowment to establish an annual award to recognize a distinguished educator in the division.
Music alumna named OSTA Teacher of the Year
jones-osta-award.JPGStephanie Jones ('98), founder of Mason City Schools orchestra program was recently named the 2015-16 Public School Teacher of the Year by the Ohio String Teachers Association.
Study Abroad in Italy during Summer 2016
italy-15.jpgExperience arts and culture in Florence and Rome, Italy July 3-23, 2016. Register by March 18 for this faculty led experience by Professor Andrea Ridilla.
Explore Miami Art Exhibitions
muam-seldome-seen-exhibition-spring-2016.jpgAt any moment during the semester, members of the Miami community can experience the visual arts via galleries, exhibition spaces and our own Art Museum.
Interior design students receive awards
Over the past few weeks, the student teams listed below worked on presentations to submit to the Retail Design Institute (RDI) Pecha Kucha titled, "Translating Innovation Into Fashion Retail”.   The event, held at the Hilton Homewood Suites February 18 in Cincinnati, included top retail designers from Cincinnati and Chicago, as well as faculty and students from the University of Cincinnati’s Interior Design Program. Our students exhibited the highest level of professionalism in their verbal, written, and designed presentations and wowed the audience with their creative concepts for innovative retail spaces! Kaley Sobanski & Kelly Almus - won best overall design concept for their submission of "Essence", a retail museum urging consumers to slow down and explore gallery products that reveal the story of the makers and their artisan skill. Lauren Visco & Lila Wengler - won best presentation for their compelling verbal narrative that captivated the audience while describing "Collected", a residentially inspired retail environment. Alana Rattner & Amanda Goldenberg - won for their creative insight with "Variety", a technologically inspired store where fast-paced millenial shoppers can digitally interact with merchandise.
Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" opens Feb. 24 in Studio 88 Theatre
The department of theatre's production of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice,” in a new adaptation by Melissa Leilani Larson, opens at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, in Studio 88 Theatre, Center for Performing Arts.
Research of former Master of Architecture student shows path to improved patient care
Nurses with access to private break areas could experience significant stress reduction and raised job satisfaction, potentially leading to improved care for the patients they serve, said Adeleh Nejati (Miami University, M ARC, '10) and (Texas A&M, Ph.D. '15) ARC, in her Ph.D. dissertation.