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10/28/2020
Stats+Stories podcast honored with national award for mathematics communications
Translating the complexities of science and math work into a story for a general audience is key to challenging the anti-science and anti-evidence strains running through our mediated culture, say the Stats + Stories podcast team, which is honored with the 2021 Joint Policy Board for Mathematics (JPBM) Communications Award.
10/23/2020
Dr. Femiani balances art and computer science
"To be successful as a computer scientist is to be creative."
10/19/2020
New Publications from Dr. Jay Kimiecik
New publication from KNH Associate Professor, Jay Kimiecik.
10/15/2020
Two Exhibitions by Todd Stuart in the Art Building Lobby
Demand Change/Multiple Perspectives by Todd Stuart on Display through October 29.
10/15/2020
A New Album by the Miami University Men's Glee Club
The Miami University Men's Glee Club's new album WE ARE is now available on Albany Records.
10/14/2020
NIH R21 awarded to Dr. Hui Wang
By advancing the imaging technology, they will be able to reveal the detailed process of lens regeneration in newts, including lens fiber differentiation, lens vesicle formation, changes in iris vasculature and more. 
10/13/2020
Miami faculty adapt to online and hybrid teaching; developing tools and techniques that will serve students far beyond COVID-19 pandemic
While Miami classes look radically different than they did a year ago, faculty and students are capitalizing on new tools and techniques to serve students, in many cases providing efficiencies or opportunities they did not previously envision.
10/07/2020
Miami's public health program engineers a new contact tracing program for Butler County to fight COVID-19
Early this summer, after the COVID-19 pandemic had already swept across the country and shut down college campuses and businesses around the world, Miami's public health program began to put together a plan to help track the virus's rampant spread throughout the local community.
10/06/2020
Miami fire scientist: "Zombie fires" one of new features driving Arctic fires
A number of fires in Sakha Republic, Russia, from June 25, 2020, typical across tundra ecosystems in June. Fire activity suggests direct relationships between burning and permafrost thaw in this region of cold but ice-rich permafrost (McCarty et.al.)."Zombie fires" and burning of fire-resistant vegetation are new features driving Arctic fires — with strong consequences for the global climate — warn international fire scientists in a commentary published this week in Nature Geoscience. "We need new approaches to wildland fire fighting to save the Arctic — there's no time to lose."