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CAS faculty adapt to new challenges offering immersive online instruction to students during the pandemic
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing unprecedented levels of change and disruption across the globe, Miami faculty have had to quickly shift their classes online and find new and creative ways to keep their students engaged.
Yue Li, wins the Howe Writing Center's first #FiveFriday Challenge
Li's research investigates how technology integration in PreK-12 STEM learning might influence STEM career outcomes.
Growing numbers of Professional Writing and Interactive Media Studies double majors forge a formidable set of skills for the future
As a need for diversified skills in the workplace increases, more and more Miami students are choosing to double major or co-major in professional writing (PW) and interactive media studies (IMS). There is an increasing need from employers for recent graduates who understand the digital world of design and user experience as well as a need for employees who are strong writers who can communicate across any platform effectively.
Dr. Nathaniel Bryan Earns 2020 AERA Scholarship Award
Congratulations to Dr. Nathaniel Bryan for being the recipient of the Critical Perspectives on Early Childhood Education SIG Emerging Scholar Award.
Phil Smith Featured in Cincinnati Enquirer
The replication rate, or the R-naught factor, is more for the novel coronavirus than we typically see for the flu, but less for other things, like measles.
Philip Smith on replication rate numbers for COVID-19
Philip Smith featured on Cincinnati.com
Stacey Lowery Bretz named ACE Fellow
Stacey Lowery Bretz, University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, has been named an ACE Fellow by the American Council on Education (ACE).
GIC Career Day, one of Miami's final events before shuttering campus, offers career guidance for students
On March 11, over 20 students, faculty, and alumni participated in the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies' (GIC) Career Day, the department's first initiative of its kind to provide students with training and tailored guidance in order to prepare them for the job market.
Shift from Surviving to Thriving in Remote Delivery
Many faculty have begun the shift from figuring out the logistics of remote delivery to thinking through how to take their remote teaching to the next level. To further guide you through this process, we'll be offering a series of webinars and training opportunities over Spring Break called Shift from Surviving to Thriving in Remote Delivery.