Traveling in the age of technology
In the spirit of post-Spring Break blues, here are some quick security tips for staff, faculty, and students alike to remember when setting sail on upcoming adventures
Students tackle big data all weekend at DataFest
The task: Take hundreds of megabytes of raw data and find a story in it.
Two English minors, Linguistics and Medical Humanities, offer unique interdisciplinary opportunities
Miami's Department of English recently introduced its new medical humanities minor to join linguistics as minors that have a particularly interdisciplinary focus
Miami University Student Featured in the 13th Annual 'The Art of Food Exposition'
Miami University Student Featured in the 13th Annual 'The Art of Food Exposition' at the Carnegie in Covington, KY.
History Professor is Lead Researcher on NEH-funded project on history of Miami Tribe
Dr. Cameron Shriver, visiting assistant professor of Native American History in the Department of History, is the lead researcher on the project Aacimwahkionkonci? ‘Land of Stories’, which recently received a research grant in the amount of $180,450 from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The principal investigator is Daryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University.
Miami University Residency Program Alumni Present Work at Hunter Museum of American Art
Miami University Over-the-Rhine Residency Program alumni present their work at a symposium on placemaking at the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, TN.
Senate News, April 8, 2019
Senators engaged in a discussion lead by Jen Green and Kate de Medieros, Co-Chairs, Ad-Hoc Committee on Composition. Changes to the Academic Integrity Policy were discussed and approved, and Tom Herbert, Sr.V.P. Advancement gave a campaign update.
SLAM Students Take 2nd Place in their First DataFest Competition
Sport Leadership and Management (SLAM) students took part in DataFest 2019 hosted by the Miami Center for Analytics and Data Science (CADS).
Details on Changes to Miami Television Delivery now Available
The current plan has the University transitioning from the traditional cable TV service for the academic and administrative buildings beginning in summer/fall 2019 and then removing the associated equipment later in the fall.