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03/09/2020
Author and member of U.S. National Commission on Hunger shares how to solve America's food insecurity and poverty crisis
On March 2, Jeremy K. Everett, founder and executive director of Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, discussed how we can all help solve America's hunger crisis at the Puff Memorial Lecture.
03/05/2020
Marijuana legalization is the debate for this spring's Janus Forum
Julián Castro, former Democratic candidate for president, and Bertha Madras, Harvard psychobiology professor, will take the stage for the Spring 2020 Janus Forum on Wednesday, March 11, to discuss the topic, "Let's Be Blunt: Should Marijuana Be Legalized?"
03/02/2020
Journalist and author Wil Haygood discusses his book "Showdown" and debuts trailer for Thurgood Marshall documentary
On Tuesday, February 25, award-winning author and journalist Wil Haygood ‘76 shared his writing process for his 2015 biography of Thurgood Marshall, "Showdown", and debuted the trailer for an upcoming documentary based on the book.
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.
02/25/2020
Miami's Model Arab League student team captures numerous regional awards
On February 20-22, Miami University's Model Arab League student team met great success at the Ohio Valley Regional Model Arab League, hosted at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.
02/11/2020
Fostering Intercultural Communication in Germany and Kyrgyzstan
Alumnus Jon Meyer visits campus and gives a talk about fostering intercultural communication in Germany and Kyrgyzstan
01/30/2020
Freedom Summer 55 Conference
This conference, exploring the local history of Freedom Summer in 1964, and also current lessons and ideas to continue to address voting rights and social inequalities, was held in November 2019 at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in downtown Cincinnati
01/16/2020
Prosecution Project examines how sociopolitical crimes are prosecuted
Michael Loadenthal leads Miami's Prosecution Project.For all the time, effort, and resources devoted to thwarting terrorism, it’s surprisingly difficult to get a complete view of sociopolitical violence in the United States.
01/09/2020
Public administrator and Miami alum Carter Hewgley returns to teach a mini-course and share his experiences
Last fall, Miami's Department of Political Science hosted alum Carter Hewgley, class of 2003, as its Visiting Fellow in Public Leadership.