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Miami students immerse themselves in unique programs this January Term
Miami's 4th annual Winter Term, which began this week, offers students the opportunity to participate in a variety of different immersive study abroad and study away programs, including some on campus and online
"What the L?": CAS faculty from diverse fields provide insight into their latest language research
During the fall 2016 semester, Miami faculty from three different CAS departments presented previews of their current language research projects for the "What the L?" series of lectures, which was held in October, November, and December and covered different related topics
Human Rights and Social Justice Film Festival one of the highlights of International Education Week at Miami
In observance of International Education Week this past November, Miami's Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) collaborated with the Center for American and World Cultures (CAWC) and Global Initiatives to host a number of events and activities
“What makes life good for older people makes life good for everybody”
Akron Beacon Journal article highlights the positive impact of a growing aging population. “What makes life good for older people makes life good for everybody,” said Suzanne Kunkel, Executive Director at the Scripps Gerontology Center and Professor of Sociology and gerontology at Miami University in Oxford. “That’s a really important message.”
David Serlin addresses the intersection of medicine and the humanities for Altman Program Lecture
On Thursday, November 10, David Serlin, an associate professor of communication at UC San Diego, visited Miami to give a lecture, "Designs for Living: Rethinking the Medical Model of Disability through Architecture," as part of the 2016-17 Altman Program in the Humanities
A Conversation About Inclusion
lilly160x101.jpgVideo of Original Lilly Conference Plenary presentation by Kathryn Plank on November 17, 2016 (mp4, 4.26 GB, 55 minutes)
Miami's student veterans bond over shared military experiences
Instead of carrying a backpack filled with military gear, Phillip Carr now carries one filled with books for his classes at Miami University.
His/Her/Hirstory: Symposium of student projects analyze the 2016 election
Miami University’s Center for Digital Scholarship will host "Election 2016 His/Her/Hirstory" from 1-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 303 King Library.
Human rights and social justice events announced at Miami Regionals
Miami University Regionals is sponsoring a number of events focused on human rights and social justice, beginning Nov. 10. All events are free and open to the public.