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02/17/2020
Native-American work on display at Miami Art Museum: What to know
A show of ribbon art from the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma is available in Oxford. ("Journal-News," February 15, 2020)
01/30/2020
Latest award spotlights unique relationship between the two Miamis
Myaamia Center staff traveled to Miami, Oklahoma, recently to take part in the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's Winter Gathering activities. Here tribal citizens participate in the stomp dance.The 6-year graduation rate for Miami tribe students is 89.4 percent, compared to the national average of 41 percent for Native Americans in 2017.
01/21/2020
3 new exhibitions coming to Miami’s art museum and sculpture park
The gorgeous, intricate and historic ribbonwork of the Miami people is getting a special show in Oxford very soon. ("Journal-News", January 20, 2020)
08/06/2019
Learning the language of teamwork: Myaamia Center and IT Services
Partnership between IT and the Myaamia Center is an example of how two groups at Miami come together to further a common goal.
07/30/2019
Myaamia Center’s Indigenous Language Digital Archive’s technology featured
Indianz July 30 (subscription may be required)
07/29/2019
The 'thing that thinks fast' is a new way to teach Indigenous languages
("Indian Country Today", July 29, 2019)
07/25/2019
Dr. Troy and graduate students work on a software to preserve languages
Ever since 2015 Dr. Doug Troy and his graduate students have been working on a system that would help store digital copies of linguistic material.
07/12/2019
UO community researchers to attend Breath of Life 2.0 workshop
("Around the O," University of Oregon, July 10, 2019)
05/16/2019
Miami engineering and computing students collaborate with Myaamia Center to develop digital archives
Miami University engineering and computing students have been helping the Myaamia Center develop digital archives that allow analysis of extensive language documents as well the recording of land ownership and plants important to the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.