Reflecting on the inaugural Marianne D. McComb Conference for creative writing
Comic book lovers and graphic memoir readers alike united at Miami University’s first McComb Conference for Creative Writing on March 11 and 12 to celebrate the theme of graphic narrative.
Conformity and resistance: graduate students speak out
The thirteenth annual Miami University English Graduate and Adjunct Association (MEGAA) Symposium was held on Friday, March 4.
Daisy Hernández shares work-in-progress, kissing bug disease
Daisy Hernández, assistant professor of creative writing, met with students and faculty last week to share her work-in-progress talk, "The Kissing Bug Disease: An American Story."
Inside Cleveland program preps students for professional life in northeastern Ohio
Ten majors in the College of Arts and Science (CAS) joined up with Miami University Career Services for a week-long extravaganza in the heart of Cleveland, visiting several businesses and agencies to give the students a sense of the city's professional scene
Miami students hit NYC for an insider's view on news and media industries
Miami students spent 6 days in January, in the heart of New York City, to gain insight of the many career paths available in the world of news and media
English careers: beyond Bachelor Hall 2015
What can you do with an English degree? Miami University English majors and minors gathered on Tuesday, November 3rd to find answers to this and other career questions at the annual Beyond Bachelor Hall event.
Pouring Tea “In the Next Room”
From October 21st through 25th, the Miami University Department of Theater presented In the Next Room (The Vibrator Play). The production focused on the first uses of the vibrator to relieve feminine hysteria to explore themes of feminism, female sexuality, and how technology has influenced our lives.
Visiting writer Chris Bachelder teaches pacing and patience in prose
"This week is about pacing and slowing down, as both writers and readers" Chris Bachelder, visiting writer and professor, told a room of MA creative writing students.
Wil Haygood presents his new book on Thurgood Marshall at his alma mater
Miami University alum, journalist, author and professor Wil Haygood (Miami '76) returned to the birthplace of his writing career to share his story behind his latest book to a packed audience of students and faculty in Wilks Auditorium as part of his new book tour