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12/11/2019
Letting go and hoping the ship floats: sitting down with history authors Dr. Lindsay Schakenbach Regele and Dr. Andrew Offenburger
Lindsay Schakenbach Regele (PhD Brown, '15) and Andrew Offenburger (PhD Yale, '14) of the Department of History have recently published their own books, but it was no easy task. Turning graduate school dissertations into published works meant both scholars endured a lot of rethinking, recrafting, breakthroughs, self-doubt, and feelings of reward.
12/06/2019
Microbiology faculty provide rich research opportunities in the health sciences for undergrads
The Department of Microbiology offers numerous research opportunities to undergraduates looking for experiences outside the classroom that will expand their knowledge and lab skills.
11/22/2019
"An Intro to Analyzing Network Data" prepares students for exploring information from social media connections
Miami's Department of Statistics, as part of its 10th year anniversary conference, hosted "An Intro to Analyzing Network Data," a content/career networking workshop, instructed by Miami 2017 alumna Heather Mathews. More than 50 students, alumni, and faculty members from the department and other disciplines sat themselves in the Shriver Center John Dolibois Room to learn about analyzing network data
11/18/2019
Competition challenges students to put blockchain to business use
Students from across Miami University came together to build a business case around a blockchain idea.
11/13/2019
Miami's Geospatial Analysis Center enables students to launch their careers by tackling professional, client-based projects
The Geospatial Analysis Center (GAC), housed inside Shideler Hall, is an umbrella for all things geospatial at Miami, encompassing any questions in which you might ask "Where?" It comes down to where things are and how they interact with other things around them
11/06/2019
How does avian decline affect the Midwest?
Faculty member Dave Russell, one of a handful of master bird banders in the country, works to improve birds' odds of survival.
11/05/2019
Archaeologist Morag Kersel tells the (w)hole story for the 2019 International Archaeology Day lecture
The Department of Anthropology presented its second annual International Archaeology Day lecture on Thursday, October 17. Followed by a Q&A, the lecture was given by DePaul University archaeologist Dr. Morag Kersel, who spoke about her field work in Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian territories
11/05/2019
2019 GSA Presentations by Miami University Faculty, Staff, and Students
Thirty Miami University Gerontology faculty, research staff, and graduate students will present at the GSA Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, TX, November 13 – 17, 2019.
10/31/2019
Speech Pathology and Audiology grad students collaborate with Statistics students on research projects
On October 16, graduate students from the Department of Speech Pathology & Audiology paired up with their counterparts in the Department of Statistics to engage in a dynamic one-hour consultation session about their research literature