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Rodney Coates and Tom Fisher selected as CAS Distinguished Educators for 2021
Professor of Global and Intercultural Studies Rodney D. Coates and Associate Professor of Statistics Thomas Fisher have both been selected as the 2021 Distinguished Educators from the College of Arts and Science.
Major Insight Episode 28 How Art Education Can Make a Powerful Impact
Featured Majors: Art Education, Art Therapy, Studio Art
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.
Major Insight Episode 27 Balancing Athletics, Academics, and AI: From Tennis Courts to Computer Code
Featured Majors: Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering
Miami alumni advise political science students on finding success on Capitol Hill
Three alumni from the Department of Political Science, on March 24 over Zoom, served as panelists to provide advice and insight to political science students about maximizing their time at Miami as well as how to join the Capitol Hill workforce.
Bipartisan discussion between Valerie Jarrett and Marc Short on the new administration takes center stage at Miami's Janus Forum
This semester’s Janus Forum, held on March 16 over Zoom, centered around President Biden’s first 100 days in office, the COVID-19 relief bills, and bipartisanship in American politics today. The two speakers were Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to former president Barack Obama, and Marc Short, Chief of Staff to former Vice President Mike Pence.
Major Insight Episode 26 Connecting the Dots Between Nutrition and Sustainability
Featured Majors: Nutrition, Food Studies and Food Systems
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.
Past Miami Provost Interviewed by NPR
During an initiation ceremony for Delta Phi Alpha, a German Honor society, one of the members informed the group of a video on PBS News Hour regarding an interview with Dr. Ronald Crutcher, a past Miami Provost.