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02/28/2018
Miami University partners with CIEE to provide passport grants to 10,000 students by 2019
Miami students checking in for the Passport Caravan event with CIEE provider representativesStudents filled MacMillan Hall on February 28, 2018 for the Passport Caravan Grant event. Nearly 100 recipients of the grant shuffled in and out of the offices of Global Initiatives staff who are also certified passport acceptance agents during their assigned appointment times.
12/19/2017
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
11/09/2017
Department of History observes 500 years since Martin Luther's landmark 95 Theses
In honor of Martin Luther’s work, the Department of History hosted a free public symposium entitled "Reformations of the Sixteenth Century: Martin Luther and His World, 500 Years Later" November 2-3 at the Miami Art Museum
11/01/2017
500th anniversary of the Reformation unites faculty and religious leaders to address Martin Luther's groundbreaking revolution
On November 2-3, the Department of History’s McClellan Symposium in History will host a two-day session on the topic "Reformations of the Sixteenth Century: Martin Luther and His World, 500 Years Later"
10/23/2017
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
10/09/2017
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
04/30/2017
Guest Speaker Colin Shelton
“Ovid’s Faces and the Quest for the Minds of Others” by Colin Shelton
04/30/2017
Guest Speaker Ann Vasaly
"Was Machiavelli Right?: Livy’s Depiction of Discord in Early Rome” by Ann Vasaly