HIVoices shares stories of those impacted by HIV
On March 1, Newport, Kentucky-based theatre group Falcon Takes Flight put on an on-campus performance of HIVoices, intended to raise awareness about HIV in the community
Dear World brings members of the Miami community together to share their stories
Dear World, a catalyst for starting conversations and uniting people from various backgrounds, was hosted by Miami’s Performing Arts Series on December 7
Where Are They Now? | Alumni Spotlight: Tammy Atha '17
Interview with Tammy Atha, an alumna of both the undergraduate and graduate creative writing programs, about her experience at Miami University and her current work as an English instructor at Southeast Community College in Beatrice, Nebraska.
CAS alums Kristen Saranteas, Rebecca Messina, Jennifer Rooney named as top women business leaders
Three CAS alums, Kristen Saranteas, Rebecca Messina, and Jennifer Rooney, have recently been lauded in prominent business publications for their work in banking and marketing
From Marco Polo to Machiavelli to museums: exploring Renaissance art in Cincinnati
Professor Cynthia Klestinec’s ENG 364 students recently had the opportunity to see the work of an innovative Renaissance printmaker AND enjoy some delicious gelato.
Goldman Prize winner explores poetry with local students
The 2017 recipient of the Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize, Quentin Russell, is using his prize as an opportunity to teach after school poetry sessions to students at Talawanda High School, McGuffey Montessori, and Mariemont High School during the 2017-2018 academic year.
Urbanization Much More Than City Growth, Expert Says
The Humanities Center featured Neil Brenner,a professor of urban theory at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, in a lecture sponsored by the John W. Altman Program
Students gain new insights at the Folger Shakespeare Library
Students of the English department’s literature capstone course, ENG 495: The Afterlife of Hamlet and Ophelia, had the unique opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., over Fall Break 2017 and visit the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Perspectives on Paper: Understanding Its History, Culture and Art
On Wednesday, September 27, the Department of Spanish & Portuguese and the Office of Liberal Education co-sponsored a workshop for students called The History, Culture and Art of Paper