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Miami University Professor and Chair Dr. Qihou Zhou wins prestigious award from National Science Foundation for research project
Dr. Zhou talks about his research project and his work with Arecibo and his close association with the observatory where he studied and worked before coming to Miami.
Kyle Lierer and first-ever Miami iGEM team win gold in annual competition
Learn about Computer Science senior Kyle Lierer and how his contributions to Miami's first iGEM team, CROP, led to them winning gold in the 2021 International Genetically Engineered Machine competition.
Global Faculty Research Profile: Kate Dannies
Dr. Kate Dannies discusses research she is performing in Istanbul, Turkey. She is finishing up her first book, "A Patriarchy without Men: Crisis and Survival in the Ottoman First World War"
NFTs: What they are, and what they could be
The non-fungible token has taken the digital art world by storm over the last year. But could it become something bigger in business?
Lab in focus: CEC Assistant Professors collaborate in Cybersecurity research
Miami University Assistant Professors work together to develop a research lab, publish research, and offer new courses in Cybersecurity.
Global Faculty Research Profile: B. Carter Hamilton
Dr. Carter Hamilton discusses research focusing on friction stir welding/processing, including a partnership with a university in Poland.
Havighurst Center guest lecturer challenges anti-Darwinism in Dostoevsky's writings
As part of the ongoing Havighurst Center Colloquia Series: Dostoevsky at 200, visiting assistant professor of Russian Brendan Mooney spoke to Miami University students on November 15 about his recent research on the acclaimed Russian novelist, Fyodor Dosoevsky.
NSBE senior spotlight: Karen Elisha-Wigwe
Learn about the research being done by Karen Elisha-Wigwe, a senior in the Mechanical Engineering department and a member of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
Climate Cafe Q and A highlights the progress of the Climate Action Task Force
On November 11, the Miami University Sustainability Office and the Climate Action Task Force hosted their last Climate Café session of the year. Throughout the semester, members of the task force have led discussions on different topics regarding Miami’s effort to achieve carbon neutrality.