Town-Gown survey to gauge connections, concerns
campus-fall.jpgA city of Oxford and Miami University Town and Gown Initiatives Team (TGIT) is conducting a baseline survey of people in Oxford and at Miami. Organizers hope the data gathered can help the city of Oxford and Miami University build an even more productive relationship.
University Senate action Oct. 23
Monday, Oct. 23, University Senate met.
Miami University mourns the loss of Lloyd A. Goggin
Lloyd-Goggin---adjusted.jpgLloyd A. Goggin (Miami MBA '63), former Miami University vice president for finance and business affairs, died Sunday, Oct. 15, in Oxford at the age of 98. He served as vice president from 1966-1982 and as treasurer from 1957-1965.
Michael Kabbaz staying as senior VP for Enrollment Management and Student Success
Michael Kabbaz, senior vice president for Enrollment Management and Student Success at Miami University, has reconsidered his resignation and accepted the request of President Greg Crawford to remain at Miami.
"Check Your Bl!nd Spots" Tour supports diversity and inclusion
blindspots.jpgMiami University will host the "Check Your Bl!nd Spots" campus tour from noon-4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23, on Maple Street south of Shriver Center.
Connect with President Crawford during his annual address, Oct. 26
crawford-biography.jpgJoin Miami University President Greg Crawford as he shares his vision for the academic year during his annual address at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in the Wilks Theater, Armstrong Student Center.
A summer in the Balkans: Impactful internships in a developing democracy
One interdisciplinary program Miami offers takes students to Pristina, Kosovo for two months during the summer. Kosovo is a developing nation in the Western Balkans that declared independence from Serbia in 2008 following a series of wars and ethnic cleansing in the late 1990s
Geography's mapathon unites faculty and students to help provide aid to Puerto Rico
On Friday, September 29, the Department of Geography applied its expertise in mapping and resource management to host a special mapathon to help the victims of Hurricane Maria
Exhibit from New York City-based archive visits King Library
art-library.jpgAmid a powerful collection of World War II-era visuals, narratives and oral histories, one cannot miss the striking image of a defiant Russian mother protectively shielding her child against a bayonet emblazoned with a Nazi swastika.