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"Tigerland, 50 years later": Hear from author Wil Haygood and a coach and players of the 1969 East High state championship teams
Southwest Ohio has an opportunity to hear from Wil Haygood, (Miami ’76), award-winning author, and some of the subjects of his critically acclaimed book, Tigerland, March 6.
Film Festival Showcases Disability Experiences
Upcoming film festival showcase will highlight several short films relating to various disability topics, followed by a discussion.
Celebrate Black History Month with these February events
Miami University hosts several events in celebration of Black History Month.
IT Diversity Committee honored by President Crawford
President Crawford presented the IT Diversity Committee with a certificate honoring their stewardship in promoting diversity and inclusion at Miami.
Designing a future for female entrepreneurs
Beth Troy (second from right) with her women in entrepreneurship class during a visit with Kathleen Inman (far right) of Inman Family Wines in California.At 20 years old, Summer Crenshaw (Miami ’03) was on a clear-cut path to her career. She was already working in public relations as an undergraduate at Miami University, touring with chart-topping bands and running national marketing campaigns in the entertainment industry.
Ring in the Lunar New Year at Miami
Join the Confucius Institute, the Chinese American Cultural Association and the Performing Arts Series in celebrating the Lunar New Year with performances from famous Chinese musicians.
Strategic planning listening sessions
The Strategic Planning Steering Committee has scheduled seven listening sessions to engage and collect input from the entire Miami community.
Student Perspective: Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop
Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop attendeesStudent Perspective: Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop.
Miami Professor Receives International Recognition for Research
Miami University Department of Music's Professor Receives International Recognition for Research.