Literary London study abroad program now offering internships
The Literary London study abroad program celebrates its tenth year in 2016. The program provides students with a six-week immersive experience in the historical and contemporary city of London. Now the trip offers something new: internships.
Ohio Writing Project holding teacher conference at Miami's VOA Learning Center on September 12
Miami’s Ohio Writing Project, a professional network for the teaching of writing to K-12 teachers, is holding a free teacher conference on September 12 offering practical ideas for the classroom
New ACE director Carol Olausen prepares to bridge the gap between American and international students at Miami
Carol Olausen is beginning her first year as director of the American Culture and English (ACE) progam. Olausen believes that the presence of international students on campus is a mutually beneficial relationship for both the American and international students
The Ohio Writing Project, teachers learning from teachers on Miami's campus
Now in its 35th year, the Ohio Writing Project, or OWP, is just one site of the National Writing Project, a professional network for the teaching of writing. The OWP offers several different programs, including a four-week, two-week, weekend, online hybrid, and youth writing camp
Composite strength: Miami and Sun Yat-sen graduate inaugural 1+1 student
The newly established 1+1 Graduate Program provides opportunities for students from Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), one of the top 10 universities in China, to complete English MA degrees at Miami University.
Twitter's Adam Bain, Miami '95, to speak at CAS recognition ceremony
Adam Bain, the President of Global Revenue and Partnerships at Twitter, will address graduating seniors from the College of Arts and Science during this year's recognition ceremony
Gutsche lecture 2015: Beth Harrison
The Miami English Department welcomed Beth Harrison to Miami’s campus for this year’s Gutsche lecture.
International Scholars to Take a New Look at How We Understand Later Life
The inaugural North American Network in Aging Studies (NANAS) conference will bring together scholars from North America and Europe to present findings on how various aspects of our culture have shaped what it means to grow old. The conference will take place May 19-22 at Miami University, Oxford, OH.
Student org hosts fourth annual Oxford writing festival
Left & Write. That was the theme of the fourth annual Oxford Writing Festival, a three-day literary celebration organized by the Students for the Promotion of Writing.