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10/22/2019
Miami Regionals to Celebrate Veterans During 3rd Annual Heroes Week
Miami University Regionals will be honoring active military personnel and veterans during its third annual Heroes Week.
10/22/2019
Author Dr. Mithun Bhowmick Shares Research on Kashmir
Dr. Bhowmick will discuss his book, "Kashmir: Political Unrest, Democracy and Public Opinion (in Bengali)" at 6 p.m. November 6, in Johnston Hall Room 110 on the Middletown Campus.
10/17/2019
UK Professor Speaks on The Myths and Realities of Appalachian Englishes
Miami Regionals Appalachian Studies welcomes Dr. Jennifer Cramer, associate professor and chair of linguistics at the University of Kentucky to discuss The Myths and Realities of Appalachian Englishes on Thursday, November 7 at 5:00 p.m. in the Harry T. Wilks Conference Center on the Hamilton Campus.
10/17/2019
Former Ohio Governor Kasich Named 2019 Harry T. Wilks Distinguished Lecture Speaker
Former Governor of Ohio and New York Times bestselling author John Kasich will present on his new book It's Up To US: Ten Little Ways We Can Bring About Big Change at Miami Regionals' Harry T. Wilks Distinguished Lecture Series at 7 pm Wednesday, November 13 in Parrish Auditorium at the Hamilton Campus.
10/03/2019
Hamilton Campus Hosts a One-of-a-Kind Open House
Take a campus tour where, at each stop, you will get bites of delicious local food alongside "bites" of knowledge about Miami Regionals.
10/02/2019
Nationally Acclaimed, "The Defamation Experience" Returns to Miami Regionals
A unique three-phase, interactive diversity event consisting of the Play, the Deliberation, & the Discussion.
09/30/2019
Miami Regionals Hosts A Special Screening of "The Mountain Minor"
Miami Regionals Appalachian Studies and Verity Traditions team up to present a special screening of "The Mountain Minor" on the Middletown Campus.
09/16/2019
Miami Regionals Fall Campus Visit Schedule Announced
Miami University Regionals will host a series of Regional Exploration Days (RED) this fall. Visit the Middletown Campus on Saturday, October 5 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and the Hamilton Campus on Saturday, October 19 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Prospective students will receive an application fee waiver if they submit an application at one of these events.
09/13/2019
Michael J. Colligan History Project Hosts Best-selling Author Sarah Vowell
The Michael J. Colligan History Project welcomes best-selling author Sarah Vowell to Parrish Auditorium on Monday, October 21 at 7:00 p.m. Vowell will discuss the connections between the American past and present.