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07/29/2016
Miami students bring shade to Syrian refugee camp
Sixteen Miami University students spent last semester designing sun shelters, greenhouses, playgrounds and other comforts in hope of making life a little easier for Syrians living in a refugee camp in Jordan.
03/31/2016
Pre-Festival Oxford Kinetics Workshops
Free welding instruction, materials and studio space to build your own creation; circus and other workshops held in upcoming weeks before the festival.
02/05/2016
CCA Students engage in Institute for Food Design Studio Charette
The Institute for Food (IF) Design Charette marked the beginning of the IF Design Studio, bringing together students from the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design, and Graphic Design to build awareness and education for the new Institute for Food at Miami University.
02/03/2016
AIMS Faculty Member, Eric Hodgson, awarded first place at Healthcare Simulation Conference
The 6th Annual Serious Games and Virtual Environments (SG/VE) Arcade and Showcase, held January 17-20 at The 2016 International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in San Diego, California, the largest and most trusted healthcare simulation conference, awarded first place to Miami University AIMS faculty member, Eric Hodgson.
04/15/2015
Creative, innovative collaborations key to Oxford Kinetics Festival's success
The success of the annual Oxford Kinetics Festival is made possible by the many collaborations between Miami students and faculty with members of the Talawanda School District and Oxford, Butler County and Greater Cincinnati communities.
04/13/2015
Oxford Kinetics Festival: "Flight of the Flyer" April 19
The sixth annual Oxford Kinetics Festival, "Flight of the Flyer," will be held noon-5 p.m. Sunday, April 19, at Millett Hall. The festival free and open to all includes activities for all ages.
10/31/2014
Miami faculty part of CDC Ebola Web training team
Miami faculty part of CDC Ebola Web training team
Princeton Review names Miami's game design program 30th best in nation
Miami University’s Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies Games Center ranks in The Princeton Review’s top 50 undergraduate programs to “study — and launch — a career in game design.”