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09/24/2021
Myaamia Center receives Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant
Myaamia Center receives $510,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant Miami University Communication & Marketing, September 21, 2021
04/23/2021
Miami to increase student education of Myaamia tribe with new positions
Miami University is introducing three new changes to the Myaamia Center to increase student awareness. ("The Miami Student" April 23, 2021)
04/02/2021
Three new Myaamia Center programs, including two fellowships, aim to increase educational opportunities on campus
Miami University and the Myaamia Center are leading an effort to increase educational opportunities about the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and its relationship with the university. ("Miami University Communications" April 2, 2021)
01/14/2021
Myaamia Center's National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages receives NEH grant
The Myaamia Center's National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages was recently awarded a $349,442 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant.
12/07/2020
Myaamia tribe recognized and honored for contributions
Huntington County Tab.com, Dec. 3
10/01/2020
Myaamia Language Learning Tools - Update
The Myaamia Center is working to improve the longterm stability and usability of the the Myaamia language learning tools available online by updating to National Breath of LIfe's ILDA platform.
08/14/2020
Chief Doug Lankford on Miami tribe history
Politico.com, July 31
08/05/2020
The story of Miami and the Miami Tribe is one of passion for education and revitalization
Myaamia students, who attend Miami University, play the Moccasin Game at the 2019 Miami Tribe of Oklahoma’s annual Winter Gathering in Miami, Oklahoma.It’s been 24 years now since Miami University became the Miami RedHawks, but it’s been almost 50 years since the beginning of a new relationship between the university and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.