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Miami ranks 3rd best for game design program
aims-games-logo.jpgMiami University and its Armstrong Interactive Media Studies Game Center climbed nine spots in the Princeton Review's 2018 Top Schools for Game Design list, ranking 16th overall and 3rd among all public universities.
Miami University esports team wins national competition
esports.jpgThe Miami University Overwatch team was named the winner of the 2017 National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) season.
Jerome Conley and Glenn Platt on King Library e-sports arena
Library Journal, Dec. 20 (subscription may be required)
Miami University Symphony Orchestra to perform Pictures at an Exhibition
Miami University Symphony Orchestra will perform their end of semester concert on Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Hall Auditorium.
Miami professor begins with pad and pencil in video game design
Matt-Board.jpgWhen it comes to designing video games, for Matthew Board it's all about the process that begins with pad and pencil.
Miami among colleges in National Association of Collegiate Esports, Sept. 27 (subscription may be required)
University Libraries, AIMS and IT services partner on groundbreaking esports arena
esports-close.jpgA new competitive landscape is building across colleges and universities nationally, and the Miami University Libraries, in partnership with the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies and IT services, is helping take the game - or gaming - up a notch.
Psychologist Richard E. Mayer returns to Miami for colloquium on multimedia learning
On October 19, Miami alum and world-renowned educational psychologist Richard E. Mayer returned to campus to give a psychology colloquium on multimedia learning and how knowledge can be transferred to new situations.
Students spend the summer on both sides of the Atlantic for unique "inside" looks at careers in PR, media, and advertising
During the summer of 2017, juniors Katy O'Neill (strategic communication and American studies) and Olivia Prosser (strategic communication and professional writing) participated in the Inside London and Inside New York workshops respectively to learn about potential career paths focused on the worlds of PR, media, journalism, and advertising