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10/31/2018
Miami students work to engage young voters
Miami University students change classes on an October day.They’re on opposite sides with similar goals: register people to vote and get them to the polls. Ahead of the 2018 midterm election, the Miami University College Republicans and Democrats are in high gear.
10/26/2018
Challenge accepted: Nearly 6,000 one-on-one conversations in 6 weeks
Students meeting for coffee at the seal in academic quadMiami's resident assistant team met with more than 75 percent of residential students in the first month and half of fall semester.
10/25/2018
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma awarded national honor for cultural and language revitalization
The Miami Tribe was honored for its program myaamiaki eemamwiciki (pronounced ay-mom-witch-EE-kee). It means Miami Awakening.The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma has received a prestigious national award recognizing its cultural heritage and language revitalization program.
10/22/2018
Miami Pilots Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Course
The diversity course opens for select populations in October.Miami University is piloting a new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion course for select populations this fall.
10/22/2018
New Sexuality Education Studies Center
Miami's SESC is the first in the region to provide a wide range of service-oriented and scholarly programs in sexual education.
10/22/2018
20th Year of The Clothesline Project at Miami
On October 3-5, members of the Miami community experienced The Clothesline Project, an interactive art exhibit honoring survivors and victims of sexual and interpersonal violence, when it was displayed at the Seal.
10/18/2018
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.
09/14/2018
Project Dragonfly
As a parent of a Miami student, you have an opportunity to earn Miami graduate credit or a full master’s, regardless of where you live in the U.S. and regardless of your profession.