Diversity and Inclusion News

Unity in the Community: You're invited
Individuals and varied groups of people are invited to meet and get to know each other from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Rooms 154-158 of The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center on Miami University's Oxford campus.
Connect, learn, share: Miami events promote inclusiveness
Numerous events and programs designed to serve as a catalyst for intercultural connection and dialogue are planned for the upcoming academic year.
Miami's Best Buddies chapter recognized nationally
Miami University's Best Buddies organization was recognized as an Outstanding Chapter at this yearÂ’s annual leadership conference.
Fall exhibitions open August 30 through December 17
Visit the museum between August 30 and December 17, 2016 to experience Welcome to America, Winter in Jeju-do and Collections Highlights.
Community focus unites Miami and Zambia scientists in environmental research
An intensive three-week study abroad workshop in the Republic of Zambia, teamed Miami University students and professors with colleagues from the University of Zambia and the Zambia Environmental Management Agency in three ongoing research projects.
Miami's Myaamia Center receives NSF grant for "Breath of Life" project
The Myaamia Center at Miami University has been awarded a $182,406 grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the "National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages" project.
Best Intercultural Classroom Practices: Top Issues
2016bestIntercultural160x90.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Jeannie Ducher, Dale Ehrlich, and Tony Cimasko on March 4, 2016 (mp4, 670 mb, 84 minutes)
Why Is It So Hard to Talk About DIfficult Topics, Such as Race and How Can We Get Better at It?
2015DiffConvos160x160.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Stephen Quaye on February 25, 2015 (mp4, 605 mb, 76 minutes)
Facilitating Intercultural Communication and Teamwork Among International and Domestic Students
2014InterculturalCommunication160x129.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Jim Porter, Heidi McKee, and Tony Cimasko on March 4, 2014 (mp4, 268 mb, 61 minutes)