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03/11/2021
Ohio officials to share insight on the pandemic's impact on health equity and social justice
The Center for American and World Cultures, through its Robert E. Strippel Memorial Fund, has organized an online panel series beginning on Tuesday, March 16 to discuss the disproportionate impacts of Covid-19 in underrepresented communities.
02/28/2021
Episode 1: Dialogue Across Difference
Guest Tarah Trueblood discusses the divisive and polarized landscape of our nation and provides tips on how to dialogue with people who have different identities or beliefs. Two students then discuss barriers to dialogue and why it is so important to push through the discomfort.
02/22/2021
CAS Global Readiness Certificate Cohort Announced
Twenty-six CAS students are part of the newest Global Readiness Certificate Cohort.
01/22/2021
Three Named as Critical Language Scholarship Semi-Finalists
Three Miami students were named as Critical Language Scholarship Semi-Finalists. They will learn if they are selected for the program in April.
11/11/2020
Trueblood, Graduate Students Recognized for Work on DEI Taskforce
Tarah Trueblood, Director of the Center for American and World Cultures, and three graduate students who serve as Intergroup Dialogue co-facilitators were recently honored by President Crawford for their work on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force.
11/05/2020
International Education Week 2020 Goes Virtual
International Education Week 2020 at Miami offers a variety of events to salute students, staff, and faculty who seek international educational opportunities across borders and disciplines.
11/04/2020
A Musical Exploration of Power and Resilience
The Performing Arts Series offers free virtual series and learning resources for all Miami.
10/30/2020
Gratitude shared for committee and task force work
President Greg Crawford convened the Safe Return to Campus Planning and Coordinating Committee and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force during 2020 to address two critical issues affecting the health and wellbeing of the Miami community¬óthe pandemic and racial unrest in the United States.
10/01/2020
Miami's Humanities Center stimulates conversation by addressing race and racism with the Laptop Lecture Series
Miami University's Humanities Center has developed a new Laptop Lectures series this fall on race and racism. These online lectures are short videos recorded by faculty members in social isolation and connect humanities research to contemporary social challenges.