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LSAMP Program at Miami receives its largest group yet of minority students pursuing the STEM fields
August 23 marked the end of Miami's third annual early arrival program for the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), which is a federally funded initiative to promote engagement and success of minority students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields
Hefner Museum Welcomes New Director, Steve Sullivan
The Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History announces its new director, Steven M. Sullivan.
Celebrating Earth Day by thinking geographically
This Earth Day the Department of Geography welcomes Sarah Witham Bednarz -- a professor at Texas A&M University who also heads the American Association of Geographers (AAG) -- to Miami's Oxford campus for a lecture, "Thinking Geographically," at 4 pm on April 22 in room 152 of the newly renovated Shideler Hall
Miami hosts high school outreach events to inspire careers and creativity in the sciences
CIQS Day and an honor's biology lab bring area high school students to Miami for two different days of fun and educational science experiments
CIQS Day invites area high school female students to discover STEM careers
Miami University will hold the second annual Careers Involving Quantitative Skills (CIQS, pronounced "kicks") event, a day designed to encourage female high school students to get involved in STEM fields
Zoology major Jocelynne Samu designs her own research program
When senior zoology major (and environmental science co-major) Jocelynne Samu was told she could not pursue her passion of conducting research on predators at Miami in any sort of way, she decided to develop her own research project
New Shideler Hall to feature a geospatial analysis center, redesigned geology museum, 3D digital globe, and more innovations
When the 90,000 sq.ft., newly renovated Shideler Hall reopens for business in January, it will offer an array of exciting and innovative resources for faculty and students primarily in the fields of geology, environmental earth science, geography, and environment & sustainability
Andrew Revkin looks optimistically to the future of climate change
"We are in zoom mode; our populations, our landscapes — it's all zooming," said New York Times science reporter and photographer Andrew Revkin on September 15 during his lecture on "Seeking a Good Path Through the Anthropecene."