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10/19/2018
Legal expert Benjamin Wittes gives 7th Annual Darrell West Lecture for the Dept of Political Science
Benjamin Wittes, a nationally renowned expert on legal and US national security policy and Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at Brookings Institution, came to Miami on Sept. 26 to give the 7th annual Darrell West Lecture in American Politics
10/19/2018
Miami Student Teacher Inspires Spanish Students to Save the Planet
Spanish III students at Ross High School have been inspired by a unit on the environment, led by Miami University student teacher Emily Rees.
10/19/2018
Students travel to Washington, DC to attend GCSP meeting
gcsp.pngOn October 30th two senior CEC students will be traveling with Doug Troy, Director of the Socially Engaged Engineering and Computer Initiatives and Director of Graduate Programs, to the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenge Scholars Program (NAE GCSP) annual meeting.
10/19/2018
CAWC hosts open house to announce new strategy and initiatives
cawc-open-house-1030by400jpgOn Thursday, October 18, 2018, the Miami University Center for American and World Cultures (CAWC) hosted an open house in MacMillan Hall to announce new staff members and all of the exciting new initiatives taking place within the center.
10/18/2018
Marc Rubin on blockchain technology
Forbes.com, Oct. 17 (subscription may be required)
10/18/2018
Kate de Medeiros co-edits report on aging What Makes a Good Life in Late Life
News-Medical.net, Oct. 17 (subscription may be required)
10/18/2018
Miami Regionals to host 8th Congressional District debate
Journal-News.com and WCPO Ch. 9, Oct. 17
10/18/2018
Miami senior wins Chronicle of Higher Education award for young journalists
zahneis225px.jpgMegan Zahneis, a senior journalism and interactive media studies double major at Miami, was recently awarded The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2018 David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists.
10/18/2018
Innovative student play brings Miami’s haunted history to a haunted house in “Echoes of Miami”
webp.net-resizeimage.pngAsk anyone about Helen Peabody and the answer usually starts with, “Legend has it…” Everything after is likely a mix of accounts cobbled together from well-meaning Miamians, eager to keep the tale of “Miss Peabody’s” spirit alive.