Kimberly Hamlin receives NEH Public Scholar Award for Woman Citizen
Kimberly Hamlin, associate professor of history and global & intercultural studies, has been awarded with a prestigious Public Scholar Award from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her biography of suffragist Helen Hamilton Gardener, 'Woman Citizen'
John Forren on uncontested elections
Dayton Daily News, Aug. 13 (subscription may be required)
Miami University Welcomes International Students and Scholars
Learn 10 tips for welcoming international students and scholars to our campus and the Oxford, Ohio community.
Talawanda students build VLF space antenna
talawanda-students-vlf-antenna.jpgThey will measure atmospheric activity during the solar eclipse
Ann Rypstra on surprising mating habits of spiders
Newsweek.com and Yahoo News, Aug. 10 (subscription may be required)
The Miracle of the North Platte Canteen Up Next for Verity Traditions
Deitzer will share the story of a small town of 12,000 people in the middle of Nebraska welcomed and fed six million traveling World War II soldiers 20 hours per day for four years at a Union Pacific Depot.
New Oxford Community Garden Plants Seeds of Change
gardenImage.jpgThis community garden is part of an interdisciplinary, USDA funded outreach project designed to start breaking the cycle of various health disparities often perpetuated throughout low income communities.
Dev, Test, Prod: Oh, My!
dev-graphic-thumb.pngSo if you are in meetings with software developers or other technical folks you might have heard the terms “Dev, Test, Prod” thrown around. What do they mean and why should it matter?