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05/02/2019
Award-winning author addresses the increase of asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border
Mexican author Valeria Luiselli visited Miami to discuss "Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions", her award-winning book that digs deeper at what happens to the unaccompanied children crossing the border when they are held in detention centers
04/30/2019
Miami's Inside Washington program celebrates 20th anniversary while surpassing 500 graduates
Miami's renowned Inside Washington program, which has exposed more than 500 Miami students to the career opportunities possible in Washington, DC, observes its 20th anniversary in 2019
04/18/2019
2019 President's Distinguished Service Award recipients = exceptional seniors
The 2019 President’s Distinguished Service Award recognizes outstanding students.Miami University President Gregory Crawford honored 18 students whose service through campus life, community service, intellectual and cultural leadership or student employment demonstrate the spirit of being a citizen leader of uncommon quality.
04/16/2019
Miami to host 2009 Nobel Prize winning author Herta Müller
The annual Havighurst Lecture, sponsored by Miami University's Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, will be delivered on Tuesday, April 23 by author and 2009 Nobel Prize winner Herta Müller
04/08/2019
What ICE is Doing in Our Own Backyard?
Lecture by Christopher Hemmig on the deportation crisis facing Ohio's Mauritanian communities.
04/05/2019
Jacob Bruggeman Named 2019 PDSA Recipient
Jacob Bruggeman from Brunswick, Ohio, has been named a 2019 PDSA recipient.
04/02/2019
AG Loretta Lynch and Dr. Tom Price discuss "Drowning in Drugs: The Opioid Crisis in America"
The Janus Forum, held on March 13, invited former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Tom Price to share their views and experiences on the opioid crisis
03/07/2019
Miami’s Goldman Prize awarded to students Blake Burrell and Megan Cremeans
Two Miami University students — juniors Blake Burrell and Megan Cremeans — are recipients of the 2019-2020 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize. Burrell of New Philadelphia is an anthropology and psychology double major and physics minor. Cremeans of New Lexington is a political science and integrated social studies education double major.
03/06/2019
Drowning in Drugs: AG Loretta Lynch and Dr. Tom Price to discuss national opioid crisis for spring 2019's Janus Forum
On March 13, Loretta Lynch, attorney general under President Obama, and Tom Price, former secretary of Health and Human Services under President Trump, together will speak about America’s national opioid crisis for the 2019 spring's Janus Forum