12/13/2018
Geography students win awards and connect with alumni in Ohio Geographical Information Systems conference
Four students from Miami's Department of Geography participated in the annual Ohio GIS (geographic information systems) Conference hosted by the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program in Columbus, OH from September 24–26
12/11/2018
Amid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
cdc-usb350x200.jpgE-cigarettes are being used by teenagers almost everywhere. The FDA has called this growing phenomenon an epidemic, and it’s a major concern among those who hope to stop the momentum now.
12/07/2018
Mechanical engineering graduate student wins oral presentation award at the Graduate Research Forum
graduate-research-forum.jpgMd Rashef received this award based on the judges’ evaluation of his poster, presentation, and the quality of his abstract. For this award was granted $300 for his future professional expenses.
11/30/2018
Big cats visit environmental literature capstone
ocelot1.jpgStudents in Professor Anita Mannur's ENG 495E: Postcolonial Environments capstone class recently had some very unusual visitors. The Cincy Big Cat Ambassador Program brought a cheetah, ocelot, housecat, and a dog to Western Lodge to kick off discussions on conservation and adaptation. 
11/27/2018
Why Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Also Need Sex Ed
richelle-frabotta-lecture-1-3x2.pngThe primary goal is to provide sex ed training for Cincinnati Center for Autism (CCA) teachers and staff, as well as additional workshops for parents and caregivers. A secondary component will also include the creation of an individualized and developmentally appropriate curriculum for the students themselves.
11/27/2018
Inaugural lecture of the Shriver Professor of History to focus on slavery in three regions and time periods in world history
On Thursday, November 29, Matthew S. Gordon, recently appointed as the new Phillip R. Shriver Professor of History, is scheduled to give the inaugural lecture, "Slavery in Global Historical Perspective: Rome, Baghdad, and New Orleans."
11/26/2018
Urban & regional planning majors tackle real-world issues in Chicago
Every year, assistant professor of geography Damon Scott teaches GEO 493, a geography capstone in which urban & regional planning (URP) majors travel to Chicago for two separate weekends