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02/26/2020
Living Más: Julie Felss Masino '93, president of Taco Bell International, to headline the 2020 CAS Recognition Ceremony
Julie Felss Masino, President of Taco Bell International, will offer graduating seniors words of inspiration and encouragement as this year's featured speaker for the College of Arts and Science Recognition Ceremony on May 16, 2020.
02/18/2020
Major Insight Episode 15 Using Empathy To Understand Religion and the Law
Featured Majors: Comparative Religion, Psychology, Pre-Law
02/04/2020
Major Insight Episode 14 Find Your Purpose and Place in the Humanities (Part 2)
Featured Majors: History, Comparative Religion, Political Science, Literature, Philosophy
01/21/2020
Major Insight Episode 13 Find Your Purpose and Place in the Humanities (Part 1)
Featured Majors: History, Political Science, Philosophy, Literature
12/12/2019
Students ponder visual representations of time with Jenann Ismael
On November 21, professor of philosophy at Columbia University Jenann Ismael addressed a large crowd in Shriver Center to give a special lecture titled "Visual Representations of Time: From Physics to Philosophy." Its purpose was to examine the role of pictorial representations in our understanding of time.
10/29/2019
Graduate Research Forum Nov. 1: 140 presentations, posters and art displays
Graduate students from all divisions will present more than 140 oral sessions, poster presentations and art displays at the Graduate Research Forum Nov. 1.
10/14/2019
Political scientist uses a classic jazz song to contextualize the horrific, public "spectacle" of lynching
On September 26, Miami's Department of Philosophy hosted Melvin Rogers, an associate professor of political science at Brown University, to give its annual Harris Memorial Lecture. The title of his talk was "The Spectacle of Lynching Redeployed: On the Performance of Democratic Regard"
09/10/2019
Lecture by Professor Michael Bess (Vanderbilt University)
Professor Bess will give a public lecture titled "Why so Many People (Including Me) Failed to Foresee the Revolutions of 1989."