As hate crimes rise across the U.S., a Miami team researches political motivations and prosecution
Two weeks after a mass shooting in Pittsburgh, what's being called the largest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirms bias-motivated attacks are on the rise.
Mexican history class looks for learning on the other side of the border
As Elena Albarrán walks into her Upham Hall classroom, there's already chatter among the group inside.
New solar array powers change at Institute for Food farm
A newly installed 18-panel solar array at the Institute for Food farm produces enough power to automate the irrigation system to water the crops. And, as if that’s not enough, it does so much more. “The solar array takes us one step closer to putting sustainability into practice on the farm,” said Peggy Shaffer, coordinator for the Institute for Food, professor of history and global and intercultural studies and affiliate in the Institute for the Environment and Sustainability.
Individual Class Cancellations 11-15-18
The following classes are canceled due to inclement weather.
Miami’s next surplus auction is Nov. 17
Miami's next surplus auction is at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 17.
Professor elected to Oral History Association exec council
The Oral History Association (OHA) recently elected professor and linguistics program director Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis to its national executive council.
Miami offers NetNutrition to help you meet nutritional goals
Miami University's dining services recently launched NetNutrition to help customers make educated food choices.