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07/14/2020
Where Are They Now? Alumni Spotlight: Freda Epum
Interview with Freda Epum, who graduated from Miami University in 2019 with an MFA in creative writing and pedagogy. Now she works at Public Allies, a nonprofit apprenticeship program in Cincinnati.
07/14/2020
Professors Roley and Johnson Share NEA and NEH Fellowship Plans
Two English professors received prestigious national fellowships this year. Creative writing professor Brian Roley, received a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship and literature professor Katie Johnson was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship.
06/08/2020
Generation COVID: Film studies students turn their quarantine experiences into a documentary
In mid-March when Miami students were informed that all spring classes would be taught remotely and they would have to move off campus, students in Andy Rice's documentary film production class agreed to work collaboratively on a film about the impact of COVID-19 on the students' lives.
05/08/2020
CAS Faculty Tenure and Promotions
The College of Arts and Science proudly announces faculty who have received tenure and/or promotions this spring.
05/05/2020
Major Insight Episode 20 Creating Chemistry Between the Arts and Sciences
Featured Majors: Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, English Literature
04/21/2020
Major Insight Episode 19 Building Communities that Help Everyone Thrive
Featured Majors: Individualized Studies (Western Program), Education, Teaching and Learning
04/17/2020
Graduate Students Recognized for Teaching Excellence
Two English graduate students, Jen Sammons and Megan Schoettler, have been named CAS Outstanding Teaching Assistants for 2020.
04/07/2020
Major Insight Episode 18 Engineering a Cleaner, Safer World
Featured Majors: Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mathematics, Music Performance
04/03/2020
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.