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11/17/2021
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: MUDEC Special Edition #2
In this Fall 2021 MUDEC special edition, meet Grace, a sophomore Psychology major with a Critical Race and Ethnic Studies minor, who is currently studying abroad at the Miami University John Dolibois European Center (MUDEC).
11/12/2021
Miami ranks 2nd in the nation for percentage of undergraduate study abroad
Miami University’s rate of study abroad for undergraduates ranks 2nd in the U.S. among public doctoral universities (2019-2020), according to the latest Open Doors report released Monday, Nov. 15. Miami's ranking reflects a strong showing from winter faculty-led study abroad programs.
11/10/2021
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: MUDEC Special Edition #1
In this Fall 2021 MUDEC special edition, meet Rachel, a sophomore Kinesiology/ Pre-Med co-major and Nutrition minor, who is currently studying abroad at the Miami University John Dolibois European Center (MUDEC). At Miami, Rachel is involved in the Miami Rowing Club.
11/09/2021
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
11/02/2021
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: South Korea
Meet Sinait, a senior Diplomacy and Global Politics and East Asian Languages and Cultures major, who studied abroad in South Korea during Spring 2021. At Miami, Angel serves the Political Action Chair for the Black Student Action Association.
10/28/2021
Miami Receives International Education Diversity and Inclusion Award
Miami University has been awarded the Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion in International Education (EDIEE) Award at the Global Inclusion 2021 Conference of Diversity Abroad. Dr. Cheryl Young, associate vice president of Global Initiatives, accepted the award on behalf of the university.
10/28/2021
Miami's Naval ROTC program to celebrate its "75th Plus ONE year" legacy on campus in November
On November 11-14, Miami’s Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NROTC) program will celebrate the formation of the Department of Naval Science 76 years ago, two months after the end of World War II. And after the twists and turns of COVID-19 forced Miami to move to a virtual space for many months, the event promises to demonstrate that NROTC is back in business.
10/28/2021
Miami's Naval ROTC program to celebrate its "75th Plus ONE year" legacy on campus in November
On November 11-14, Miami’s Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NROTC) program will celebrate the formation of the Department of Naval Science 76 years ago, two months after the end of World War II. And after the twists and turns of COVID-19 forced Miami to move to a virtual space for many months, the event promises to demonstrate that NROTC is back in business.
10/27/2021
Unemployment, Hunger, and Housing Crisis: COVID-19 and the Pillars of Insecurity
Virtual panel discussion event. So many individuals and families were already living on the edge of hunger and homelessness, and the global pandemic tipped many over the brink. We will talk with local organizations that address these basic needs about how the pandemic has changed the calculus of where the next meal is coming from.