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Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: Meet an International Student from Nepal
Pranshu and his broomball team after winning the championship game.Meet Aayush, a senior international student from Nepal. He's majoring in Mechanical Engineering and Physics.
Geoffrion Family Fellows Program Transforms Students into Researchers
Navkiran Chima found the GFF to be just the right program for developing her future career interests in international human rights law.
UniDiversity Festival 2021 Returns to Uptown Parks
UniDiversity Festival 2021 promises a return to the exuberant feel of the past, but partners and participants always find different ways to enjoy the festivities every year.
Miami's new Physician Associate Program begins preparing a new generation of holistic healthcare professionals
Earlier this year, Miami unveiled plans for a new physician associate graduate program, which offers a versatile, integrated, and interdisciplinary approach in managing and treating patients. It will be guided under the direction of associate teaching professor Christopher Howell.
Global Initiatives Staff Invited to Present at Fall Conferences
Global Initiatives staff will present at 3rd annual Across the Divide Conference, NAFSA, and Lilly Conference held this fall.
Braving new challenges, Miami's Inside Washington Program concludes a successful summer in Washington DC
This summer, 19 Miami undergraduates from a spectrum of majors spent an exhilarating ten weeks in Washington, DC for the university’s renowned Inside Washington Program -- one of the few such Miami programs that was able to proceed this year despite the ongoing pandemic.
CAS faculty receive national fellowships for scholarship projects beginning in the summer and fall
Three faculty members from across the College of Arts and Science have recently received prominent research fellowships to support their research projects and professional development.
Miami's Public Health program publishes results and recommendations from its contact tracing partnership with Butler County
Miami’s program in Public Health, which over the past year has trained over 130 students to work as contact tracers to help manage the COVID-19 pandemic, has published results of its collaborative efforts with the Butler County Health District in the Journal of Public Health Management & Practice.
Miami students celebrate diversity with Horizon, Lavender ceremonies
Graduating senior Alexandra Hernandez can’t wait to start the next phase of her life after she earns a bachelor’s degree from Miami University this weekend.   “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here and being active in campus organizations played a large part in finding my place at Miami,” she said.