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07/26/2017
Michael Minnick
Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) is an invasive shrub of the eastern United States and found in great densities throughout the Miami University Natural Areas.
07/26/2017
Adam Parlin
Turtles are ectothermic animals, meaning that the environmental conditions influence their body temperature. The goal of this study is to compare two methods of body temperature regulation: thermoconformity and thermoregulation
07/26/2017
Elle Reece
White-tailed deer are the largest herbivores in the Eastern Deciduous forests with the biggest impact on the forest vegetation. Plants that deer prefer to eat can be negatively impacted by over consumption.
07/24/2017
Miami and Oxford host Town Gown Summit
The city and the university team up to bring 100+ administrators from around the state to talk about issues surrounding college towns.
06/29/2017
Becca King
becca-king-woods.jpgMiami University Natural Areas employee Becca King led groups of volunteers to three honeysuckle-dominated areas, teaching students about invasive species and effective removal strategies.
06/29/2017
David Gorchov
gorchov-research-photos.jpgA major focus of my lab involves the interactions between invasive Amur honeysuckle shrubs and white-tailed deer, which are at much higher densities in the Natural Areas (and many parts of the U.S.) than they were before European-American settlement.
04/24/2017
Food, Faith, and Family Traditions
Join the Women's Center, Global Initiatives, and the American and Muslim Women's Collaboration in a celebration of food, faith, and family traditions, May 2 at the Interfaith Center.
04/05/2017
Poetic Disruption Spoken Word Performance
This spoken word performance featuring award winning slam poetry artists 'Guante' and Wilson Okello explores masculinity, gender violence, & solidarity. Part of It's On Us Week.
03/09/2017
We Run 5K, April 29
The We Run 5K is a walk/run held on April 29 to raise awareness of lymphedema. The event will begin at 11 am at the Sundial behind Warfield Hall.
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