High School Photography Exhibition Opens November 18 at Miami's Voice of America Learning Center
The fourth annual exhibition of photographs by students from Lakota East, Lakota West, and Mason high schools will open with a free public reception from 2 to 5 pm on Sunday, November 18, at the Miami University Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester.
New Miami University Program Offers Immersive Community Activism for All
Open to all majors, the Fostering Just Communities (FJC) Certificate is an immersive learning experience that allows college students to address serious social issues by working alongside local residents in high-needs urban areas.
Japan: Work, Life, and Fun
Kathryn Callahan, a 2016 alumna, will be sharing her experiences while spending two years in Japan.
National First-Generation Student Day Makes Way to Regionals Campuses
It is estimated that 50 percent of today’s college students in the United States are first-generation students.
Dean Michael E. Dantley Nominated for UCEA Hidden Figures Award
Michael E. Dantley, Dean of the College of Education, Health and Society, was nominated for the Hidden Figures Award given by the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).
Celebrate International Education Week at Miami
Learn how to celebrate International Education Week (IEW) mid-November at Miami.
Guest lecturer and political scientist Graeme Robertson discusses Vladimir Putin and the future of Russia
As part of the biannual Grayson Kirk Distinguished Lecture Series, Graeme Robertson was invited to present the lecture "Putin V. The People? The Precarious Politics of A Divided Russia" on Tuesday, October 23 in the Harry T. Wilks Theater
Senior Sara Al-Zubi named a Rhodes Scholarship finalist
Sara Al-Zubi, a Miami University senior from Cincinnati, was selected as a finalist in the 2019 Rhodes Scholarship competition.