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11/06/2018
Miami University Percussion Ensemble Concert will Feature Original Composition by Miami Faculty Member
mupe.jpegPopular Percussion Collection, a Free Concert by Miami University Percussion Ensemble will Feature Original Composition by Miami Faculty Member
11/01/2018
Miami will dedicate its Alumni Veterans Tribute on Veterans Day
tribute.jpgMiami University's new Alumni Veterans Tribute project honors Miami alumni who have served, are currently serving and will serve in the armed forces.
11/01/2018
Miami helps veterans and military-affiliated students from orientation to graduation
Miami University staff help veterans and military-affiliated students from the time they arrive on campus to when they are searching for jobs as they prepare for graduation.
10/31/2018
National Breath of Life Launches New Workshops
breath-of-life-washington-dc-2015.jpgThe National Breath of Life (National BoL) Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages announces new workshop initiatives to foster advanced archives-based linguistics research for language revitalization.
10/30/2018
Miami Student Spends Summer Researching Smithsonian African Art Collection
cca-student-bastian-thumb.jpgMiami student completes prestigious and competitive Curatorial Internship at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art
10/30/2018
Miami Professor Wins CIDQ Tregre Award
setser.pngThe Council for Interior Design Qualification (CIDQ) announces Miami professor Katherine Setser as the 2018 Louis S. Tregre Award recipient
10/25/2018
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma awarded national honor for cultural and language revitalization
honors-honoring-nations.jpgThe Miami Tribe of Oklahoma has received a prestigious national award recognizing its cultural heritage and language revitalization program.
10/25/2018
Miami's student-led Engineers without Borders wins national award
engineer-photos.jpgMiami University’s Engineers without Borders student-led organization was honored Tuesday, Oct. 23, for the design and implementation of a community-driven solar powered water pumping system in rural Kabingo, Uganda.
10/22/2018
Sister Survivors: Former Gymnasts Ignite Change (#MeToo, #ustoo) Oct. 29
sister-survivors.jpgJordyn Weiber and Rachael Denhollander will discuss their personal experiences and the ignition of the #MeToo movement at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, in Hall Auditorium.