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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.
Alum Reflects on His Experiences as an International Student
Cihan Kaynak ’08 has been a software engineer in the health-care field since he graduated from Miami. In 'My Story: A Backpack of Baklava,' he reflects on his experiences as an international graduate student from Turkey.
Dr. Mark Walsh on Global Initiatives podcast
What Does It Mean to be 'Immersed' in Culture?
Miami community helps make 2020 holiday season a little brighter: Food drives, meals swipe donations and more
Although many holiday season donation campaigns were cancelled on campus this year due to the pandemic, Miami community members came together to help those in need. Some of the projects this year were modified or scaled back from previous years, but they made an impact.
Guinigundo and Raval Awarded Internationalization Grant
Karla Guinigundo (Global Initiatives) and Vaishali Raval (Psychology) were recently awarded a $99,525 grant through the US Mission India Public Diplomacy Grants Program "Promoting Internationalization of Indian Universities Through U.S. collaborations."
Six Miami students named Gilman Scholars
Six Miami University students received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to help fund their study abroad experiences this spring and summer. The combined total awarded to these students is $28,500.
Miami University ARC + ID Students Facilitate a Shared Vision for Imagination Alley
Students in the Department of Architecture's Center for Community Engagement (MUCCE) program learn what the community wants to see, feel, taste, smell, and do in Cincinnati park.
Intercultural Corner Episode 2
Intercultural Corner Episode 2: What Does It Mean to be 'Immersed' in Culture?
Miami University Symphony Orchestra releases music video featuring children's choir from India
"The culmination of efforts over three months between students at Miami and India is a poetic vision of Florence Price through her music, as the sounds cross continents, breaking boundaries of racism and segregation, to become a symbol of inspiration in the memories of children and college students," said Ricardo Averbach, MUSO director.