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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?”
10/25/2021
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.
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.
10/15/2021
Fall AGU Awards
Geology and Environmental Science Graduate Students win AGU Awards
10/11/2021
John Pepper, former CEO of Procter & Gamble, discusses leadership and the value of the humanities
Miami University welcomed John Pepper, the former CEO of Procter and Gamble, The Walt Disney Company, and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, for a lecture on September 22 about the value of a humanities education.
10/11/2021
John Pepper, former CEO of Procter & Gamble, discusses leadership and the value of the humanities
Miami University welcomed John Pepper, the former CEO of Procter and Gamble, The Walt Disney Company, and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, for a lecture on September 22 about the value of a humanities education.
10/08/2021
Prospective students gather at Miami University for the annual Discover the Sciences event
Nearly 70 prospective students and their families assembled in Benton Hall on Saturday, September 25 for Miami’s Discover the Sciences event. Discover the Sciences is an annual event held by the College of Arts and Science (CAS) in tandem with the Office of Admission for prospective students interested in studying various disciplines of science and math.