Master's Degree Progams
The Graduate School at Miami University serves a community of students immersed in the heart of the Miami experience: interdisciplinary research and collaborative inquiry. Representing a full selection of master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs spanning a wide range of disciplines, the Graduate School serves as a platform for discovery, creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
Master's Degree Progams
Doctoral Degree Programs
Graduate Certificate Programs
Research Interests: Enhance institutional climates for religious, secular, and spiritual identities through research, policy, and practice
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Research Interests: Three distinct yet overlapping strands: (1) the academic, social, and emotional experiences of autistic college students; (2) disability portrayal in visual media, and (3) interrogating equity within the overlap of race and disability.
“Shana assisted with the panels for new graduate student orientation. She helped build a sense of community for many students on campus.” - Rose Marie Ward
Research Interests: Women and gender studies in French, and the Nouveau Roman, a French literary movement from the 1950 and 1960s
"I especially love teaching French at Miami and sharing my culture. In my four semesters here, I got to teach 100- and 200-level courses in French and saw students develop a passion for the language, which comforted me in my decision to become a full-time teacher after my master's."
Research Interests: Multispecies mutualisms
"One of my favorite things about being a graduate student at Miami would have to be the supportive atmosphere of my professors and peers. Everyone is always eager to help each other learn and accomplish their goals."
Research Interests: Predator conservation and the role of predators in ecosystems; working with communities to advance the conservation of species.
"My experiences in Miami University/Project Dragonfly’s Global Field Program have changed how I approach conservation. I don’t see graduation as an end to my learning, but rather a starting point for continuing to use what I have learned to be a voice in speaking for the wild."
The Graduate School is committed to advocating and supporting graduate programs dedicated to the pursuit of new knowledge and best teaching practices that promote diverse, globally aware graduate students and faculty.
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