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Miami University is recognized for its commitment to helping veterans and service members
Jared Vreeland spends time in the Student Veterans' Center on Miami's Oxford campus.Miami University is committed to helping veterans and service members achieve their higher education goals. That commitment has led to Miami being recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and Department of Veterans Affairs as a university that supports the “8 Keys to Veterans' Success” and being listed on the Veterans Affairs registry.
The Confucius Institute Hosts Fourth Bi-Annual Duanwei Test
On December 3, the Confucius Institute hosted a duanwei test, a form of ranking for Chinese martial arts. This allowed students to test their skills after practicing all semester.
Miami's Chabad to build menorah out of cans to help stock Oxford Food Pantry
A menorah can be made out of just about anything, including food cans. Miami students will build a “CANorah” beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Phi Delt Gates to celebrate Hanukkah, now through Dec. 10.
Film by Miami Students to be Featured in MUSO Concert
Concert to Feature Music from Movies, Special Guest Artist, and a Film by Students
Mexican history class looks for learning on the other side of the border
As Elena Albarrán walks into her Upham Hall classroom, there's already chatter among the group inside.
Miami's study abroad program is in the top five nationally among public universities
It's attention to details that make Miami University's study abroad programs for undergraduates among the top five in the nation among public doctoral universities.
New Miami Theatre Production Addresses Sexual Assault and Victim Blaming.
Good Kids Opens on November 14.Miami Univerity Department of Theatre Addresses Timely Topics of Sexual Assault and Victim Blaming in New Production.
Miami Alum and Thriving Artist Returns for Exhibition
Miami University and College of Creative Arts Alum Returns for Exhibition and Artist Talk