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04/08/2019
History Professor is Lead Researcher on NEH-funded project on history of Miami Tribe
Dr. Cameron Shriver, visiting assistant professor of Native American History in the Department of History, is the lead researcher on the project Aacimwahkionkonci? ‘Land of Stories’, which recently received a research grant in the amount of $180,450 from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The principal investigator is Daryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University.
03/19/2019
Educator of the Year Helps Students with Disabilities Gain Unmatched Experiences
Evan Theobald, Special Education teacher and alum as well as member of the Miami Tribe, was named Educator of the Year by the Jackson, Missouri Chamber of Commerce
01/24/2019
Student Perspective: Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop
Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop attendeesStudent Perspective: Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop.
11/09/2018
Daryl Baldwin, George Ironstrack and Doug Lankford on preserving Myaamia culture
Journal-News.com, Nov. 3 (subscription may be required)
10/31/2018
National Breath of Life Launches New Workshops
The 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.
10/25/2018
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.