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08/23/2018
Incoming Class of 2022 sets university records
willandstudent.jpgThe largest and most diverse class in Miami University’s 209-year history arrived this week on the Oxford campus.
08/16/2018
Miami adds its collective voice to national #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign
international-students.jpgMiami University has added its collective voice to the national #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign, which aims to send a welcoming message to international students around the world.
08/10/2018
Class of 2022 will learn about civil rights during Convocation
tigerland-bookcover.jpegAbout 5,000 incoming first-year students at Miami University will be the first to receive a new book from the bestselling author and alumnus Wil Haygood Aug. 24. This exclusive release is part of Convocation 2018 as Miami begins fall semester.
08/08/2018
Myaamia Center receives NEH grant to continue indigenous language revitalization
breath-of-life-dc.jpgA $311,641 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities will expand the work of Miami University's Myaamia Center on revitalizing indigenous languages.
07/26/2018
Sign up now to be a facilitator for Convocation 2018
wil-haygood.jpgYes. You can still sign up to be a facilitator during Convocation 2018. Be among the first to get Wil Haygood’s new book in this Miami debut.
07/17/2018
In Whose Honor?: Diversity and inclusion in the post-Redskin era
filmfest-thumb.jpgDocumentary and discussion rounded out this great IT Diversity event.
07/11/2018
Miami University ranks 47th in the U.S. among the Most LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges in 2018
lgbtq-friendly-badge.jpgMiami University ranks 47th in the U.S. on a list of the Most LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges in 2018 by Affordable Colleges Online
06/27/2018
President Gregory Crawford on universities leading the way on diversity
Huffington Post.com, June 20 (subscription may be required)
06/21/2018
Krystina Hird, Matt Morris named 2018-2019 Beckman Scholars
beckman-combo.jpgSenior biochemistry majors Krystina Hird and Matt Morris have both been selected as Beckman Scholars for 2018-2019.