Diversity and Inclusion News

How to Be Understood By Everyone in the Classroom: Adapting Instruction For International Learners
2014understood160x107.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Jeannie Ducher, Jessica Downey, and Dale Ehrlich on February 20 2014 (mp4, 425 mb, 98 minutes)
Our International Students: Where They Came From, How They Got Here, and What We're Doing for Them
2014ourinternational160x107.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Molly Heideman, Amy Cockrell, Jennifer Ward, and Aaron Bixler on January 14, 2014 (mp4, 132 mb, 93 minutes)
The ACE Program and Chinese vs. American Student Experiences
2016ACE_Experience160x160.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Carol Olausen on February 11, 2016 (mp4, 679 mb, 85 minutes)
Microaggressions in Higher Education: Manifestations, Dynamics, and Impact
Sue_2013Plenary160x158.jpgVideo of Lilly Conference Plenary Session presented by Derald Sue Wing on November 22, 2013 (mp4, 292 mb, 66 minutes)
How Research-Based Approaches to Cross-Cultural Teachings Can Inform Our Practice: Findings and Implications From a National Study of Indigenous Teaching
Asmar_2012150x128.jpgVideo of Lilly Conference plenary session presented by Christine Asmar on November 17, 2012 (mp4, 504 mb, 51 minutes)
Facilitating Minority and New Faculty Success in Higher Education
2012-03-21_minoritynewfacultysuccess160x97.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Hannah Chai and Suzanne Soled on March 21, 2012. (mp4, 178 mb, 27 minutes)
For these students, Miami is a study abroad location
This year, 135 Chinese college students opened Miami University’s doors to a new culture.
Miami students bring shade to Syrian refugee camp
Sixteen Miami University students spent last semester designing sun shelters, greenhouses, playgrounds and other comforts in hope of making life a little easier for Syrians living in a refugee camp in Jordan.
Campus Mentors Making an Impact at Miami University
The Campus Mentors program, directed by Professor Leah Wasburn-Moses, has been featured in the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education blog for making a positive impact in the Oxford and Miami University communities through innovative practices.