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HWC Announces Winners of Spring Poetry Contest
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Spring 2022 poetry contest, Colors. Olivia Triance (Biology and Individualized Studies) took first-prize honors. Runner-up and the staff choice was Catarina Palmer (Biochemistry and Premedical Studies) with graduate student Ashlee Flora (School Psychology) in third place.
Winners of the HWC's Spring Writing Contest
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Spring 2022 creative non-fiction writing contest, Luck + Chance. Meredith Perkins (Creative Writing and Diplomacy and Global Politics) took first-prize honors. Runner-up was Sofia Rakic (Psychology and Philosophy) with Olivia Kelly (Linguistics and Spanish) in third place. Graduate student, JoAnn Su, (Health, Education, and Society) earned staff choice recognition.
Gathering Spaces for Inclusion
To gather is to be in community with others. The Division of Student Life’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee has identified a few student gathering spaces that staff, faculty, and students should know. Acknowledging spaces of community for others allows us all to support campus-wide inclusion.
Meet Jennifer Blair
From Iowa to Ireland, back to Iowa and on to Ohio, Jennifer Blair has traveled the road less taken.
Alumni Spotlight: Choolwe Mandona
Choolwe Mandona talks about her past experience at Miami and her current passion of working in the water industry.
Read the Winning Entries in the 2021 HWC Flash Photo Fiction Contest!
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Fall 2021 Flash Photo Fiction contest. Em Updyke (Marketing) took first-prize honors. Runner-up was Sam Fouts (Creative Writing) with Dalanie Beach (Creative Writing) in third place. Valerie Senkowski (Health, Education, and Society) earned staff choice recognition and Charles Xie (Chemistry) earned an honorable mention.
Student Leadership Positions Recruiting
As fall semester nears a close, another season is just beginning: leadership recruitment season. It’s the time of year when many of Miami University’s most well-known and high-impact positions are open to applications.
Miami Alum and Faber Scholar Amer F. Ahmed Returns to Campus for International Education Week
Honors College Faber Scholar-in-Residence and Class of 2000 alumnus Dr. Amer F. Ahmed will facilitates DEI discussions during International Education Week
Lab in focus: CEC graduate students publish in software engineering conferences
Miami CEC grad students participate in research conferences.