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04/22/2021
Panelists discuss structural factors that impact high-risk group experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
Kathie Brinkman, an Oxford community member who serves as an advocate for her 95-year-old mother in assisted living, and Courtney Hineman, a community outreach advocate for the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities as well as the co-leader of the Speak Up Self-Advocacy Program, spoke as panelists about the COVID-19 pandemic on April 6 via Zoom.
04/14/2021
CAS expands its focus on diversity, equality, and inclusion for students, faculty, staff, and other members of the Miami community
As part of a renewed initiative to help demonstrate Miami University’s “philosophy and belief that a diverse academic community is among an institution's greatest strengths,” the College of Arts and Science (CAS) has significantly broadened its efforts to develop and offer new programs and resources devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
04/14/2021
CAS expands its focus on diversity, equality, and inclusion for students, faculty, staff, and other members of the Miami community
As part of a renewed initiative to help demonstrate Miami University’s “philosophy and belief that a diverse academic community is among an institution's greatest strengths,” the College of Arts and Science (CAS) has significantly broadened its efforts to develop and offer new programs and resources devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
04/13/2021
Major Insight Episode 27 Balancing Athletics, Academics, and AI: From Tennis Courts to Computer Code
Featured Majors: Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering
04/06/2021
Hitler Youth Quex-Philipp Stiasny
"Hitler Youth Quex" was one of the first Nazi propaganda films produced under the rule of Adolf Hitler. It is the semi-biographical story of a boy who is killed during the street fights between Communists and Nazis in Berlin in 1932 and subsequently became a martyr of the Nazi party.
04/06/2021
Hitler Youth Quex-Philipp Stiasny
“Hitler Youth Quex” was one of the first Nazi propaganda films produced under the rule of Adolf Hitler. It is the semi-biographical story of a boy who is killed during the street fights between Communists and Nazis in Berlin in 1932 and subsequently became a martyr of the Nazi party.
03/29/2021
Fear and Pain of Asian-Americans
For a long time, the model minority myth that Asian-Americans are among the most prosperous ethnic groups in America has concealed many people's struggle.
03/26/2021
Major Insight Episode 26 Connecting the Dots Between Nutrition and Sustainability
Featured Majors: Nutrition, Food Studies and Food Systems
03/24/2021
Humanities Center's Altman Program sheds light on the topic of mass migrations
Each year the Miami University Humanities Center hosts the John W. Altman Program in the Humanities, a series of public events and research focusing on an annual theme. For this year’s theme on “Migrations,” a recent talk was held on March 11 over Zoom and given by University of Chicago professor of East European history Tara Zahra.