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Latest award spotlights unique relationship between the two Miamis
Myaamia Center staff traveled to Miami, Oklahoma, recently to take part in the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's Winter Gathering activities. Here tribal citizens participate in the stomp dance.The 6-year graduation rate for Miami tribe students is 89.4 percent, compared to the national average of 41 percent for Native Americans in 2017.
Two receive Fulbright International Education Administrators seminars grants
Miami University administrators Cathy Bishop-Clark and Cheryl Young received Fulbright International Education Administrators (IEA) seminars grants.
Accessibility Upgrades in Armstrong Student Center
The passenger elevators in the Armstrong Student Center will look a little different this spring.
Applications Open for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Certificate
Apply now for this valuable professional development opportunity. Participation is open to all full time faculty and staff on the Oxford, Hamilton, Middletown and Voice of America campuses.
Want to be inspired? Ten ways Miamians are making an impact here and abroad
Roshika Bhattarai traveled to her native country Nepal during a study abroad program. The experience shocked and inspired her.As many embark on 2020 with aspirations to do better or make a difference, they can find inspiration in this roundup of 10 examples from 2019 showing how Miami University students, faculty, staff and alumni are making an impact in their communities and around the world.
Community Celebration of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 20
The community is invited to "Continuing the Dream in 2020," a celebration of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 20, in the Armstrong Student Center.
Ten Miami news highlights: a year of discoveries, recognition and collaboration
Here's a look back at 10 Miami news headlines that captured some of the discoveries, recognition and collaborations in 2019.
Miami names rooms for slain Freedom Summer activists
Miami University will recognize three slain civil rights activists by naming student lounges for them near the grounds where they had trained during Freedom Summer in 1964.
Bias and diversity training required for employees
Miami University has long worked to be a welcoming and inclusive university. Following recommendations from a 2017-2018 Diversity and Inclusion Working GroupĀ and from universitywide forums following the One Miami Campus Climate Survey, Miami is implementing training on bias and diversity.