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12/06/2021
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.
12/01/2021
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.
11/22/2021
Author and poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil hopes curiosity will provoke kindness
The Marianne D. McComb Reading series, hosted by the Department of English, continued with this year’s focus on race, craft, and imagination on October 19 with author and poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil.
11/18/2021
Humanitarian activist Sharon P. Holland discusses the philosophical distinctions between humans and animals
Sharon P. Holland, a professor in American studies at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, visited Miami on November 4 to deliver a Humanities Center-sponsored lecture titled “A Black Feminist Consideration of Animal Life” in the Shriver Center.
11/02/2021
Political scientist Rob Reich shows Miami students that philanthropy isn't always what it seems
Rob Reich, a professor of political science at Stanford University and the author of Just Giving: Why Philanthropy is Failing Democracy and How It Can Do Better, spoke to Miami University students virtually October 19 about philanthropy and how it could better serve the public.
10/28/2021
Miami's Naval ROTC program to celebrate its "75th Plus ONE year" legacy on campus in November
On November 11-14, Miami’s Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NROTC) program will celebrate the formation of the Department of Naval Science 76 years ago, two months after the end of World War II. And after the twists and turns of COVID-19 forced Miami to move to a virtual space for many months, the event promises to demonstrate that NROTC is back in business.
10/26/2021
Arab-Israeli conflict discussed at Grayson Kirk lecture, presented by Miami's Department of Global & Intercultural Studies
On October 5, the Grayson Kirk Distinguished Lecture series hosted Peter Beinart, an author, journalist, and professor of political science and journalism at the City University of New York. His research focuses on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
10/25/2021
Cryptocurrency experts debate viability and call for students to get involved in future development
Miami University’s JANUS Forum hosted Todd Buchholz and Rosie Rios to discuss their opposing viewpoints on “Cryptocurrency: The Future of Money, or the End of the State as We Know It?”
10/18/2021
Miami students connect with law schools at annual Law Day event
On Wednesday, October 6, Miami University’s Sue J. Henry Center for Pre-Law Education hosted its yearly Law Day Event at the Shriver Center on campus. The event is an opportunity for students to learn more about the law school application process and specific law schools they are interested in.