Armenian Genocide essay wins MU student national award
Megan Haase, a political science major at Miami University, wrote about learning of the Armenian Genocide from her grandmother as a young girl.
Celebrating Earth Day by thinking geographically
This Earth Day the Department of Geography welcomes Sarah Witham Bednarz -- a professor at Texas A&M University who also heads the American Association of Geographers (AAG) -- to Miami's Oxford campus for a lecture, "Thinking Geographically," at 4 pm on April 22 in room 152 of the newly renovated Shideler Hall
West Lecture offers scientific reasoning for behavior of 2016 presidential candidates
An audience of Miami students and faculty gathered in the Armstrong Student Center to hear Lynn Vavreck's "Who's Ahead and Who's Behind in the Race for the White House"
Miami's Cuba in Transition explores the history and culture of the U.S.'s newly restored diplomatic partner
This January, a group of 22 Miami students was able to witness firsthand the ongoing political and social transitions in Cuba through the Cuba in Transition study abroad program
John Stefanski '13
Moving the Needle: An innovation boot camp at the City of Hayward, CA...A three-day "innovation boot camp" helped Hayward city employees tackle tricky problems, address community concerns and develop new, more efficient ways of doing business on behalf of the public.
Inside Hollywood gives a unique experience for students interested in the TV and film industry
This faculty-led program began in the summer of 2013 and has had great student participation in both winter and summer sessions since
Oxford Names New Police Chief - John Jones '99
Hamilton Journal-News
National political figures present a three-way discussion about "Is This Any Way to Elect a President?"
A full house in the Armstrong Wilks Theatre welcomed well-known political figures James Carville, Alex Castellanos, and Anne Compton on Wednesday, March 9 for Miami's seventh Janus Forum, a biannual debate that encourages the community to convene and openly discuss opposing views on a specific topic
“To think that in such a place I led such a life.” Faculty Profile: Professor Philip Russo
For the past 37 years, a couple of generations of Miami students benefited from their interaction with Dr. Phil Russo, Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Center for Public Management and Regional Affairs (CPMRA). While he published many articles, book chapters, research reports, and has been the Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator for over 30 external grant/contracts from various federal, state, local, and private sources totaling over $5 million, he is especially recognized as a dynamic teacher and impactful mentor. Though this “stalwart” of Harrison Hall and the Miami community officially retired this past June, he’s still teaching his Public Administration capstone course and directing the CPMRA part-time as part of the university’s unique program to keep some of their best senior faculty connected to Miami in their retirement. That his retirement won’t simply consist of golf and relaxation won’t surprise anyone. Russo’s professional life has been one of service to his undergraduate and graduate students and many local governments around the state.