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10 Things That Made 2020 Unforgettable at Miami Regionals
Our list is simple, highlighting several powerful moments of courage and triumph in the face of a global pandemic.
Passion for IT and soccer turns into an esports career for Miami alumnus
Coaching one the most decorated teams on the esports scene at the world championship, Miami University alumnus, Haitham Algbory '20, has already taken his career to the next level.
Miami University Regionals announces textbook scholarship
Offered in conjunction with its Regional Exploration Days, the $250 per semester book scholarship will be offered to eligible students who attend one of the two remaining virtual events.
Student How-To Guides: Participate in Zoom Breakout Rooms
Your instructor may utilize Zoom Breakout Rooms during your virtual lectures. This guide walks through what that experience is like for students, as well as the options available to you during your breakout session.
Local history of bicycles on agenda for upcoming Miami Regionals' Verity Traditions
Local historian Sam Ashworth returns to Verity Traditions for a Zoom event on "Wheels of Fortune: The Miami Cycle & Manufacturing Co. in Middletown," on Tuesday, October 27, at 6 p.m.
Lecture by CNN host on the role of news media in democracy headlines upcoming Menard Family Center for Democracy virtual events
Brian Stelter, chief media correspondent for CNN Worldwide will present the Menard Family Center's Fall Lecture entitled "The Role of the Media in American Democracy," on Monday, October 19.
Miami University Regionals faculty duo receive book award
Drs. Theresa Kulbaga and Leland Spencer recently received an award for their book on sexual justice language and policy in higher education around the concept of consent.
Miami University Regionals examines the history and impact of global pandemics
COVID-19 is a global pandemic on a scale not seen for more than a century. Miami University Regionals will explore that history in "Pandemics in Historical Perspective: An Online Panel Discussion" on Monday, October 26, at 7 p.m