11/22/2021
Weekly Tech Update: Your what's what of IT news
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11/22/2021
Author and poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil hopes curiosity will provoke kindness
The Marianne D. McComb Reading series, hosted by the Department of English, continued with this year’s focus on race, craft, and imagination on October 19 with author and poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil.
11/22/2021
OneStop Email Scam Targets Miami Accounts
Suspicious emails from OneStop should be forwarded to InfoSec@MiamiOH.edu.
11/21/2021
Wishing Dr. Ann Updike a Happy Retirement
As Dr. Ann Updike gets ready to retire, she looks back on her years working at the Howe Center for Writing Excellence, including all the research, collaborations, and friendships along the way.
11/19/2021
Phil Smith was featured in an article from Healthline
What the CDC Got Right and Wrong with Its COVID-19 Vaccine Programs
11/19/2021
A Relationship Forged From a Rocky Past
A partnership between Miami University in Ohio and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma that started nearly 50 years ago has yielded record enrollment of tribe members and better graduation rates. Inside Higher Ed, Sara Weissman, November 19, 2021
11/19/2021
Jason Lane quoted in article from Diverse Education
What Lies Ahead for U.S.-Asia Higher Education Partnerships?
11/19/2021
Nathaniel Bryan was featured on WVXU for his new book
A new book by a Miami University professor examines how the American educational system marginalizes and leaves Black boys behind. It also outlines effective strategies Black male teachers use to support those students and help them achieve.
11/19/2021
Amity Noltemeyer quoted in Journal News article
4 area teachers dying days apart have schools focused on grieving students
11/18/2021
Miami Wi-Fi Continues to Evolve
The Wi-Fi at Miami has enjoyed many years of robust and broad service. To keep up with the rapid pace of technology and increased demand, we are expanding and enhancing our infrastructure.
11/18/2021
Humanitarian activist Sharon P. Holland discusses the philosophical distinctions between humans and animals
Sharon P. Holland, a professor in American studies at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, visited Miami on November 4 to deliver a Humanities Center-sponsored lecture titled “A Black Feminist Consideration of Animal Life” in the Shriver Center.
11/18/2021
Therapy Dog Day at Finals
The 2021 finals week event, Therapy Dog Day at Finals, will be held in the Shriver Center Dolibois Rooms A and B on Monday, December 6, from 1 to 4 p.m.