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10/01/2022
Health Careers Week 2022
The Fall 2022 Health Careers Week is scheduled for October 15th-21st, with an exciting assortment of healthcare-related events on the Oxford Campus. Health Careers Week is intended not only to help our students develop and strengthen their applications, but it is also meant to help them build a connection between their time at Miami and their futures in healthcare.
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.
12/06/2021
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.
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.
11/22/2021
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.
11/18/2021
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.