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03/07/2019
Miami’s Goldman Prize awarded to students Blake Burrell and Megan Cremeans
Two Miami University students — juniors Blake Burrell and Megan Cremeans — are recipients of the 2019-2020 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize. Burrell of New Philadelphia is an anthropology and psychology double major and physics minor. Cremeans of New Lexington is a political science and integrated social studies education double major.
02/22/2019
Rebecca Messina (Miami, 1994), Uber CMO, to address graduating seniors at 2019 CAS recognition ceremony
Rebecca Messina, Uber's Global Chief Marketing Officer, has been chosen as this year's featured guest speaker for the annual College of Arts and Science Recognition Ceremony on May 18, 2019.
02/12/2019
Differences between European and Brazilian Portuguese as explained through music and song
On Monday, February 4, Miami professor of Lusophone studies Paula Gândara sang and talked about the differences of the Portuguese language in both Portugal and Brazil
01/08/2019
Anthropologist Jason De León describes the plight of migrants in the "Land of Open Graves" at the U.S.-Mexican border
Jason De León came to Miami on October 18 to deliver the 2018 Faber Scholar Lecture in honor of International Archaeology Day, presented by the Department of Anthropology and University Honors Program. He spoke about his book, Land of Open Graves: Understanding American Politics and U.S./Mexico Border Enforcement through the Lives and Deaths of Migrants (U California Press, 2015).
01/08/2019
Diggin' It
The Miamian covers the story of Dr. Jeb Card's anthropology class dig at the McGuffey Museum on campus.
12/14/2018
Environmental Archaeology in Italy
This coming summer, Miami students will join Dr. Emily Holt on her archaeological field project located on the beautiful Italian island of Sardinia.
11/06/2018
How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog): Hefner Museum presents its annual lecture Nov 15
For its annual popular lecture, the Hefner Museum of Natural History showcases "How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog): Visionary Scientists and a Siberian Tale of Jump-Started Evolution." Lee Dugatkin, professor of biology and university scholar at The University of Louisville, will share his adventures documenting these fascinating experiments
11/01/2018
Anthropologist Jason De Leon describes the plight of migrants in the "Land of Open Graves" at the U.S.-Mexican border
Jason De Leon came to Miami on Oct. 18 to deliver the 2018 Faber Scholar Lecture in honor of International Archaeology Day, presented by the Department of Anthropology and University Honors Program
10/25/2018
Misinterpretation of Early Archaeology Led to Stories of Aliens and Witches
Dr. Jeb Card discusses his latest book, "Spooky Archaeology: Myth and Science of the Past"