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04/20/2017
Student response Exhibition Celebration
Exhibition Celebration and Student Response Exhibition Award winners Announced
04/13/2017
Miami Piano Students present Piano Recital and Lecture Series
Miami Univeristy piano students and professor Lian Tan are presenting a recital and lecture series called “Tickling the Ivories” for the Institute for Learning in Retirement
04/10/2017
Miami Theatre Students attend Humana Festival
Students at the Louisville Humana FestivalMiami University students in Theatre 292: World Stages attended the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival.
04/04/2017
Interior Design Student Wins Scholarship Award
Carson with DSID Scholarship Board Members and Chloe Denniston, Winner from OSUAlana Carson, a fourth-year Interior Design student, received a $500 scholarship award (based on her portfolio submission) from the Dayton Society of Interior Designers (DSID).
03/21/2017
Art MFA candidates at the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center
pictured left to right: Gabi Roach, Sarah Rodriguez, Billy Simms, Olumuyiwa Oyedare, Megan Alyce Taylor, Sam DorganThe 2017 MFA graduate candidates of the Department of Art were recently invited to present their graduating thesis presentations at a special exhibition presented by the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati.
03/14/2017
Miami student finalists in U.S. Department of Energy Competition
A multi-disciplinary team of Miami University students was recently chosen as finalists in the 2017 U.S. Department of Energy Race to Zero Student Design Competition.
03/01/2017
Art Students present at Annual Symposium
Four Miami University Art Department students recently presented their research papers at the 19th Annual Africana Studies Student Symposium.
02/22/2017
Music students introduce Hamilton Boys and Girls Club kids to marching band
photo by Krista ParrishStudents from Brenda Mitchell and Steve Lytle's class, MUS 359 Advanced Instrumental Methods, recently sponsored an outreach event for children from the Hamilton Boys and Girls Club.
02/20/2017
Building Empathy Through Experience
Graduate and undergraduate students in the Art Department's new Special Topics Studio carried out "standard," daily tasks while using wheelchairs, wearing eyeglasses that imitated cataracts, and other tools that simulated different challenges other people may face.