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Celebrate the 25th annual African American Read-In Feb. 26

Celebrate the 25th annual African American Read-In 11:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, at the Howe Writing Center on the first floor of King Library.


Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) for mid-semester feedback available now

Alternative Learning Technologies and the Center for Enhancement of Learning, Teaching and University Assessment (CELTUA) staff will facilitate a straightforward approach to formative course assessment. The assessment involves small-group discussion among students to provide feedback to an instructor.


Planning to participate in the Oxford Kinetics Festival April 6? Free how-to workshops, Saturdays in March

Are you planning to participate in the Oxford Kinetics Festival's Scramble April 6? Come to the free how-to workshops, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. each Saturday in March in the Sculpture Studio.


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Miami students tour industrial museum in England

Story about Miami students being given a guided tour of the Etruria Industrial Museum quotes James Coyle (Dolibois European Center) and students. (The Sentinel (England), Monday, Feb. 24)


Christopher Kelley on signing statements

Christopher Kelley (political science) is quoted in a story about what options Republicans have to counter President Obama’s pen. (PJ Media, Monday, Feb. 24)


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  • African Art: Confronting Assumptions, Challenging Values
    A culmination of a fall 2013 capstone course taught by dele jegede with support from Jason Shaiman of Miami's art museum. Join the students at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the gallery as they discuss the key notions that constitute the main focus of the exhibit and highlight issues pertaining to their curatorial experience.

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