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09/08/2020
Carolyn S. Craig joins CAS as director of diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging
The College of Arts and Science is excited to welcome Carolyn S. Craig to the dean's staff as their new director of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. Craig has worked at Miami University since 2015 and is credentialed as both a certified diversity professional (CDP) and an advanced certified cultural intelligence professional (ACCQP).
09/04/2020
Miami Career Center set to host virtual career and internship fair
On September 9-11, Miami's Center for Career Exploration & Success (CCES) will be hosting three days of virtual career fairs for students to attend. Each fair, hosted on Handshake, will take place from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
08/20/2020
Miami professor gives Chautauqua Institution lecture series commemorating women's suffrage
August 18, 2020 marked the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote. To commemorate this date, Kimberly A. Hamlin has been conducting a discussion-oriented 3-part master class on the history of women's suffrage and women’s rights in the United States, hosted by the Chautauqua Institution.
07/05/2020
New Social Justice Studies study away program delivers service and experiential learning for students
Department of Sociology and Gerontology chair Stephen Lippmann and visiting instructor of sociology, social justice studies, and journalism Mark Curnutte have created a service-based experiential learning program designed to give students an in-depth experience to build on the course content they learn during class.
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.
03/09/2020
Author and member of U.S. National Commission on Hunger shares how to solve America's food insecurity and poverty crisis
On March 2, Jeremy K. Everett, founder and executive director of Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, discussed how we can all help solve America's hunger crisis at the Puff Memorial Lecture.
03/05/2020
Marijuana legalization is the debate for this spring's Janus Forum
Julián Castro, former Democratic candidate for president, and Bertha Madras, Harvard psychobiology professor, will take the stage for the Spring 2020 Janus Forum on Wednesday, March 11, to discuss the topic, "Let's Be Blunt: Should Marijuana Be Legalized?"
03/02/2020
Journalist and author Wil Haygood discusses his book "Showdown" and debuts trailer for Thurgood Marshall documentary
On Tuesday, February 25, award-winning author and journalist Wil Haygood ‘76 shared his writing process for his 2015 biography of Thurgood Marshall, "Showdown", and debuted the trailer for an upcoming documentary based on the book.