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03/06/2020
Miami University will close its Confucius Institute this summer
The Confucius Institute at Miami University will close June 30.
02/27/2020
Joe Madison to receive Freedom Summer of '64 Award
Joe Madison has spent a lifetime advocating for the right to vote, from the NAACP to his worldwide platform on SiriusXM radio.
02/27/2020
Share your topic ideas for the 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Conference
Miami University’s office of institutional diversity wants your input on potential topics for sessions at the 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Conference.
02/19/2020
Register now: 6th Annual Accessible Technology Symposium
Registration is now open for the sixth annual Accessible Technology Symposium!
02/12/2020
Andy Zeisler has helped Miami become a leader in disability services
Andy Zeisler couldn't have guessed that working as a resident assistant in Havighurst Hall would lead to a 31-year career at Miami University supporting students with disabilities.
02/10/2020
Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins to receive Freedom Summer of '64 Award
A career dedicated to protecting and expanding voting rights makes Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins a natural choice for the Freedom Summer of ’64 Award from Miami University.
02/05/2020
Black History Month events at Miami Oxford and Regionals
The Presidential Series on Inclusivity and the 2020 Performing Arts Series features Damien SneedMiami University will celebrate Black History Month with a variety of events at all campuses.
01/30/2020
Latest award spotlights unique relationship between the two Miamis
Myaamia Center staff traveled to Miami, Oklahoma, recently to take part in the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's Winter Gathering activities. Here tribal citizens participate in the stomp dance.The 6-year graduation rate for Miami tribe students is 89.4 percent, compared to the national average of 41 percent for Native Americans in 2017.
01/30/2020
Two receive Fulbright International Education Administrators seminars grants
Miami University administrators Cathy Bishop-Clark and Cheryl Young received Fulbright International Education Administrators (IEA) seminars grants.