Janus Forum celebrates Constitution Day with roundtable discussions and special guests
On Thursday, September 22, Miami's Janus Forum will partner with the Jack Miller Center to present its first Constitution Day Conference, a day-long event involving moderated, roundtable discussions focusing on both historical and modern interpretations of the U.S. Constitution
Miami students spend a long, hot summer working with some of the movers and shakers of our nation's capital
Miami's Inside Washington program, run by the Department of Media, Journalism and Film (MJF), took 15 juniors and seniors to Washington DC this summer, where they heard speakers and interned for a variety of lobbyists, journalists, and Senators and Congressmen
CAS Alums Bringing Home the Gold in 18 of the Last 9 Ceremony
While American athletes were off in Rio earning gold medals in the Olympics, Miami began celebrating its own "gold medalists" in the form of successful alum. On Friday, October 28, 18 Miami alumni are being honored on campus with the "18 of the Last 9" Young Alumni Award
CPMRA project with Butler Co. Land Bank
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Hannah Shepherd '18
From The Ripon Society: From Reagan & Ford to Trump & the Reality Show: 40 Years of Republican Conventions
Amanda Gillespie on CCW
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American Studies majors embark on intercultural experiences beyond the classroom
Miami students in the American Studies program, as part of the College of Arts and Science's recently unveiled Department of Global and Intercultural Studies, have tackled a number of valuable research and experiential learning projects with faculty during the 2015-16 academic year
Dr. French speaks on panel about Syrian refugee crisis
Assistant professor addressed the question, "Syrian Refugee Crisis: Open Arms or Closed Doors?" as part of a panel organized by the Alexander Hamilton Society.
Lora Snyder '06 Rising Star
10 rising stars in the energy and environment world