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07/07/2017
Gaming at the symphony scores sound win for student
The centennial season of the Miami University Symphony Orchestra was crowned by the world premiere of "Arcade Variations," a new composition by Per Bloland, assistant professor of music.
07/06/2017
Modern era designer finds her future in ancient letterpress art form
The meticulous and laborious craft of letterpress is now preserved through a new documentary and ongoing teaching.A letterpress — a 5 x 8 foot Kelsey tabletop to be exact — thrilled Miami University's Erin Moore Beckloff as a not-so-typical wedding gift. She could print her own thank-you notes and, yes, launch a career.
07/03/2017
Seniors update the Freedom Summer app
They create a better learning experience
06/15/2017
Musicians listen to their bodies to play without pain
Three professors from different disciplines come together to study music, movement and pain.You won't find pulling a hamstring on the list of common injuries facing violin and viola players. But the refined movements of playing these instruments can lead to long-term and potentially career-ending injury.
06/13/2017
Waits Instruments helps everyone learn to play guitar
Alum Matt Waits uses engineering to contribute to music
06/05/2017
Glenn Platt on “intimacy economy”
Reason.com, May 26 (subscription may be required)
05/02/2017
Students win second place in U.S. Department of Energy design competition
A team of Miami University students placed second in the small multifamily housing category of the U.S. Department of Energy's annual Race to Zero Student Design Competition.
04/27/2017
Arcade Variations, a premiere piece commissioned for the MU Symphony Orchestra
"Arcade Variations" is a composition for orchestra by Miami University Music Composition Professor Dr. Per Bloland.
04/25/2017
Ancient Artifacts Meet High Tech in Student Research
Anthropology and Interactive Media Studies major Brandi McConahay (’17) completed three archaeology research projects in her senior year, using augmented reality, photogrammetry, digitalization and 3D printing.