"People Get Ready! Meditations on Freedom Summer" Oct. 13
Experience an evening of performances marking the 50th anniversary of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project.
Miami named among top 25 universities for marketers by LinkedIn
In a new series of rankings for career outcomes, the website LinkedIn has ranked Miami University as 21st nationwide for marketers.
President Hodge names Task Force on Differentiation of the Regional Campuses
Miami University President David Hodge has named a task force of faculty and students from Oxford and the regional campuses to analyze opportunities and challenges of increased differentiation between Miami's regional campuses and the Oxford campus.
48 Freedom Summer volunteers to reunite in Oxford 50 years later
Forty-eight Freedom Summer volunteers will reunite in Oxford next week, 50 years after they went through training to register black voters in Mississippi and set up Freedom Schools and community centers.
Miami Promise Scholarship Campaign announces $100 million goal
For Devante Johnson, a junior electrical engineering major from Dayton, the scholarship support that drew him to Miami University is about more than dollars and cents or even just the opportunity to attend college.
Miami ecologist: US EPA's pesticide assessment process questioned
In the October issue of BioScience a group of ecotoxicologists led by Miami associate professor Michelle Boone present the shortcomings of the Environmental Protection Agency's pesticide risk assessment process.
Theatre: "Emotional Creature" opens Oct. 1
The department of theatre presents "Emotional Creature" by Eve Ensler at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1-4, and at 2 p.m. Oct. 5, in Gates-Abegglen Theatre, Center for Performing Arts.
Miami named a 2015 Military Friendly School
military-1.jpgMiami University has been named a Military Friendly School for 2015.
Piper Kerman leads Lecture Series with "Orange + Black = Gray"
Piper Kerman, author of the memoir Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Woman's Prison, will present "Orange + Black = Gray: Injustice in the Criminal Justice System" at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29, in Hall Auditorium