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Ancient Artifacts Meet High Tech in Student Research
Anthropology and Interactive Media Studies major Brandi McConahay (’17) completed three archaeology research projects in her senior year, using augmented reality, photogrammetry, digitalization and 3D printing.
Marchant Awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Linda Marchant, professor of anthropology, was awarded Miami University's prestigious Benjamin Harrison Medallion by Miami University president Gregory Crawford at the April University Awards Reception.
Alumna Helps Refugees in Cincinnati
Anthropology Alumna Robyn Steiner Lamont, Class of 2009, is now the director of RefugeeConnect, a program connects thousands of living and working in Cincinnati to the services they need.
Methods Are Like Chocolate
Dr. Cameron Hay-Rollins was the keynote speaker for the William T. Grant Foundation, which supports high-quality research focused on reducing inequality and improving the use of research evidence in decisions that affect young people in the United States.
"Seeing the Racial Water": author Robin DiAngelo headlines the O'Hara Lecture
The 2017 Lloyd and Mary O'Hara Lecture, hosted by the Department of Political Science on April 5 in Shideler 152, presented speaker Robin DiAngelo, an academic, lecturer, and author in critical discourse analysis and whiteness studies
Lost in translation: author Safia Elhillo addresses the refugee experience
On March 16, successful Sudanese American author and poet Safia Elhillo shared her insights and experiences as the first speaker in the Department of Global & Intercultural Studies' Spring 2017 lecture series, Refuge/Refugees
Refuge/Refugee Lecture Series highlights the plight of some of the world's most vulnerable people
This spring semester the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) is hosting a series of lectures, Refuge/Refugee, to call attention to the world's refugee crisis, overwhelmingly Syrian, which in 2016 became the largest since World War II
From Miami University to the Lost Continent of Mu
Dr. Jeb Card describes how a chance discovery in 2014 unearthed clues to a bizarre story of myth, history, and archaeology.
IES hosts annual Willeke lecture series with Dr. Elizabeth Hoover
On Monday, February 7, Miami's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES) hosted its 10th annual Dr. Gene and Carol Willeke Frontiers in Environmental Science Distinguished Lecture Series in the new Shideler Hall auditorium. This year's Willeke speaker was Elizabeth Hoover, assistant professor of American studies at Brown University