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09/28/2018
Media and policy advocate Anna Veduta talks about reporting on "the real Russia"
On September 20, Anna Veduta, global outreach director for the English version of the online newspaper Meduza, spoke to a packed room in Harrison Hall about her work with the most reliable media outlet covering Russia
09/19/2018
Department of Psychology introduces its inaugural Alumni Advisory Board
On Friday, September 7, the Department of Psychology introduced its inaugural Alumni Advisory Board
09/18/2018
Thinking about Thoreau: History professor Steven Conn addresses a summer audience of 1500 at New York's Chautauqua Institution
This summer, W. E. Smith Professor of History Steven Conn was invited as a Miami Faculty Fellow to the renowned Chautauqua Institution in southwestern New York state. There he gave a lecture following the theme of "Ethics of Dissent"
08/02/2018
Americans Abroad: Students create travel blogs to document their summer adventures
Americans Abroad is a four-week summer workshop offered by the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies. Associate professor Sande Garner and visiting assistant professor Allison Wanger, both of the American Studies program, lead Miami students to Ireland, England, and France to examine American heritage tourism from a critical perspective
06/19/2018
Amy Summerville on her study on regret
NPR.org and APR.org, June 14 (subscription may be required) (and other media sources)
06/12/2018
Economic impact of Miami University is $2.3 billion
Miami University's economic impact to the state in FY 2017 was $2.3 billion, via operational, student, visitor, alumni and other spending and investment.
05/30/2018
CAS students embark on extraordinary summer adventures: natural sciences
CAS students in a spectrum of liberal arts majors have already begun their adventures in study abroad programs, undergraduate research experiences, and internships. In this third article of a 3-part series, students from the natural sciences discuss their 2018 summer opportunities
05/27/2018
With Experiential Learning Grants, students go places
In 2018, the Department of Comparative Religion awarded four students $4600 to help them pursue learning experiences from Topeka, Kansas, to Akko, Israel.
05/23/2018
Graduate Student Lauren Forrest: Predicting Self-Injurious Behavior
lauren_forrest_2018.jpgLauren Forrest is currently a graduate student in clinical psychology at Miami University and the recipient of the dissertation scholar award. She is researching suicidal and nonsuicidal self-injurious behaviors.