Inside Cleveland program preps students for professional life in northeastern Ohio
Ten majors in the College of Arts and Science (CAS) joined up with Miami University Career Services for a week-long extravaganza in the heart of Cleveland, visiting several businesses and agencies to give the students a sense of the city's professional scene
Dr. French speaks about the Paris attacks
Assistant professor Nathan French joins other Miami faculty to discuss the recent horrifying events in Paris in their larger contexts.
Are women equal in America today? Two prominent Janus Forum guests address gender equality
On October 28, Miami University's Janus Forum Steering Committee and the Department of Political Science invited distinguished guests Christina Hoff Sommers and Rinku Sen to speak on feminism and equality in present day America
Miami welcomes the founders of #BlackLivesMatter with a packed auditorium
Miami's Hall Auditorium was overflowing on Monday, October 26 as the three founders of the #BlackLivesMatter movement spoke as part of the Miami University Lecture Series
MIT's Barry Posen offers a new look at national security
On October 14, around 250 Miami University students and community members welcomed Dr. Barry Posen of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to Wilks Auditorium as he discussed his book Restraint: A New Foundation for U.S Grand Strategy for the biannual Grayson Kirk Lecture Series
Sarah Manning, major, moderates Janus Forum
manning-sarah-135x135.jpgBeing chosen to moderate the high-profile event was "quite an honor" for this talented senior double-majoring in religion and international studies.
Bryan Marshall on Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina's candidacies
London School of Economics US Centre's blog on American Politics and Policy
Wil Haygood presents his new book on Thurgood Marshall at his alma mater
Miami University alum, journalist, author and professor Wil Haygood (Miami '76) returned to the birthplace of his writing career to share his story behind his latest book to a packed audience of students and faculty in Wilks Auditorium as part of his new book tour
Global and intercultural perspectives provided at Miami's "Black Lives Matter" Roundtable
Over 200 students, faculty members, and staff gathered in Hughes Auditorium for the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies' inaugural roundtable discussion, "Black Lives Matter: Global and Intercultural Perspectives" on October 6