Grand Night presents a "Swingin' Holiday Big Band Choral Spectacular" Nov. 21-22
The Miami University department of music presents Grand Night, a "Swingin' Holiday Big Band Choral Spectacular" at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21-22 in Hall Auditorium.
Miami theatre presents "Communicating Doors" Nov. 19-23
The Miami University department of theatre presents "Communicating Doors," by Alan Ayckbourn, at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19-22, and at 2 p.m. Nov. 23, in Gates-Abegglen Theatre, CPA.
Miami University Steel Band, with Ray Holman, Nov. 17
The Miami University Steel Band, directed by Chris Tanner, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in Hall Auditorium.
Miami opens a one-stop central point to help students
A new Miami University Oxford One Stop for Student Success Services opens Monday, Nov. 10, as a central point of contact for all questions concerning enrollment, registration, financial aid, student records, billing and payments.
Winston Churchill's legacy brought to life by granddaughter Celia Sandys during Churchill Week Nov. 10-11
Author Celia Sandys, daughter of Sir Winston Churchill's eldest child, Diana and Cabinet Minister Duncan Sandys, will present several lectures about her grandfather, Winston Churchill, on Nov. 10-11.
Christine Brennan and Wade Davis, "You Can Play: LBGTQ Athletes and Sports" Nov. 10
Christine Brennan and Wade Davis will present "You Can Play: LGBTQ Athletes & Sports" at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10, in Hall Auditorium, part of the Miami University Lecture Series.
The healing power of art becomes inspiration for museum exhibit
The simple actions of the stroke of a paintbrush or the click of a camera bring joy for many. For some, those paint strokes and pictures are therapy as well.
Miami faculty part of CDC Ebola Web training team
Glenn Platt and colleagues at Miami University's Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) are working with medical professionals to create a visual, Web-based training program to help medical staff learn how to protect themselves while working with patients who may have the Ebola virus.
Tammy Kernodle receives 2014 Effective Educator Award
Tammy Kernodle, professor of musicology, has been selected by the Miami University Alumni Association (MUAA) as recipient of the 2014 Effective Educator Award, which recognizes one Miami University faculty/staff member whose impact extends far beyond the traditional parameters of education.