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05/23/2018
2018 College of Arts and Science graduation ceremony features student Max Leveridge and alum Scott Hess
On the evening of Saturday, May 19, new student graduate Max Leveridge and 1989 Miami alum Scott Hess took the stage in a packed Millett Assembly Hall to address the College of Arts and Science's graduating Class of 2018, along with their families and friends
05/04/2018
Senior Terra Collier sees anthropology major as her passport to empathetic, impactful change
They say you never forget your first love. For senior Terra Collier, that’s the study of humans. “I could not have seen myself studying anything other than anthropology,” Collier said. “Though economics is my other major, anthropology is definitely like my first love.”
05/01/2018
Guatemalan guest speaker describes how Ixil-Maya knowledge and resistance led an environmental justice movement
On April 11, Baltazar de la Cruz Rodriguez, a member of the Alcaldía Indígena ancestral authorities of Cotzal, Guatemala, gave a talk entitled "Maya-lxil Cultural Rights and Megaprojects in Guatemala"
04/30/2018
Joy Connolly speaks on Greek influence in Roman literature and culture
On April 9, provost and senior vice president at the CUNY Graduate Center Joy Connolly visited Miami to give a lecture entitled "Displacement and Dual Voices: Roman Writing in the Late Republic"
04/26/2018
Miami University and University of Cincinnati co-sponsoring symposium on Post-Cold War Eastern European Film and Media
Miami University’s Department of Global and Intercultural Studies invites students, faculty, and community members to a May 4 research symposium co-sponsored by Miami University and the University of Cincinnati
04/23/2018
Spark Foundry CMO and Miami alum Scott Hess chosen as CAS commencement ceremony featured speaker
Scott Hess has been chosen as this year's featured speaker for the College of Arts and Sciences Recognition Ceremony on May 19
04/20/2018
Natalia Roudakova speaks about the crisis of journalism in Russia
A freezing spring morning was joined by cultural anthropologist Natalia Roudakova and observing faculty and students on April 2 to talk about her book, "Losing Pravda: Ethics and the Press in Post-Truth Russia"
04/10/2018
How can a hymn divide a religious community?
Dr. Hoenes del Pinal, assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, gave a lecture based on his ethnographic research about how language and nonverbal communication drive social and religious change in Guatemala
04/09/2018
Ohio Public Leader fellows reflect on their experiences from this past J-term
Eighteen Miami students with majors in political science, public administration, history, and more completed their Ohio Public Leader fellowships during the three-week winter session in January 2018