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7,000th Art After Dark Participant Recognized
When Miriam Woodward walked into the Art After Dark event on Feb. 18 with a friend, she was looking forward to an evening of art, crafting, and hanging out. When she checked into the event, she learned she was the 7,000th participant at Art After Dark.
Miami Data Summit scheduled for March 16
The next Data Summit will take place on Thursday, March 16, from 1:15 - 4:30 p.m., with the theme Miami Data Madness.
H.O.P.E. Line: An Update
When the Help Over the Phone Everywhere (H.O.P.E.) Line launched at Miami University in January 2020, staff had no idea how timely the initiative would be.
Senate News, February 20, 2023
Senators heard presentations on 1) A revision to the class attendance policy; 2) revisions to the Senate Bylaws on the function and composition of the Undergraduate Research Committee; and 3) A revision to the TCPL policy to raise the cap for the College of Creative Arts. Cheryl Young gave a special report to update senators about MUDEC.
CSDI Celebrates Black History Month
The Center of Student Diversity and Inclusion (CSDI) is engaging students with a full slate of events to celebrate Black History Month in February 2023.
Miami's Strengths-Based Approach to Leadership
Miami University is expanding access to strengths-based leadership development this year. The Miami community will soon have access to a new online platform through Gallup CliftonStrengths, offered through a partnership with the Wilks Institute for Leadership and Service.
Myaamia Winter Gathering by Miami University
The 26th Annual Myaamia Winter Gathering was held January 27-28, 2023. The event doubled as a final celebration of the 50th anniversary of the partnership between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University. Miami University Communications and Marketing, Feb. 9 , 2023
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Wes Payne
Active in ASG, Soul2Soul A Cappella, and the Governor's Scholars Program in Kentucky, Wes Payne shows genuine care and empathy for everyone.
This parent reclaimed her heritage because of where her son went to college
Growing up, Kathy Carter Young knew her heritage. She knew she was Myaamia (Miami). Her father, born in Richmond, Ind., would take her to visit important, sacred sites like Seven Pillars near Peru, Ind., along the Mississinewa River. Tana Weingartner, 91.7 WVXU, Feb. 2, 2023
Myaamia Data and More
Native communities around the world are looking for ways to maintain their culture and their language. Meanwhile, some colleges and universities in the U.S. are trying to come to terms with the fact that their campuses are located on what were once tribal lands. Stats and Stories, Feb 2, 2023
OIDI February Newsletter
The Miami Pulse is the quarterly newsletter of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion.