Miami Tribe of Oklahoma awarded national honor for cultural and language revitalization
The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma has received a prestigious national award recognizing its cultural heritage and language revitalization program.
Miami's student-led Engineers without Borders wins national award
Miami 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.
Who’s watching you? New report details how digital advertising is being used as a political weapon
Your behaviors and emotions are being influenced right now, whether you realize it or not. An invisible digital infrastructure is monitoring consumer profiles, targeting audiences and leveraging your data to mobilize political campaigns.
Miami senior wins Chronicle of Higher Education award for young journalists
Megan Zahneis, a senior journalism and interactive media studies double major at Miami, was recently awarded The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2018 David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists.
Innovative student play brings Miami’s haunted history to a haunted house in “Echoes of Miami”
Ask anyone about Helen Peabody and the answer usually starts with, “Legend has it…” Everything after is likely a mix of accounts cobbled together from well-meaning Miamians, eager to keep the tale of “Miss Peabody’s” spirit alive.
Assistant prof wins runner-up for best digital game at international conference
Bob De Schutter's interactive game, "Brukel," won runner-up for best digital game award in the game development competition at the International Academic Conference on Meaningful Play Saturday in East Lansing, Michigan.
Tomoyasu's research helps solve the centuries-old mystery of the origin of insect wings
Miami biologist Yoshi Tomoyasu uses evolutionary developmental biology to help solve centuries-old mystery of the origin of insect wings.
Big names and big topics highlight the fall lecture events at Miami
There’s no shortage of special guests and hot topics during fall semester.
Kala Allen lifts up the voiceless through research and volunteerism
Miami alumna Kala Allen still hears her longtime friend’s voice when she does research. Brian committed suicide when Allen was 19.