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'Find Your Place Quest' a New Twist on the Education Abroad Fair
When Global Initiatives staff realized that they had to postpone their customary face-to-face Education Abroad Fair from fall to spring because of the pandemic, they wanted to come up with a fun and creative virtual alternative. The 'Find Your Place Quest' brings a new twist to the concept.
MUDEC Spring Semester Begins with Travel, Reflection
Read Hannah's experiences as she and 65 other students begin their spring semester at MUDEC.
Thirteen Miami students, alumni named semifinalists in Fulbright competition
Nine Miami students and four alumni were named semifinalists in Fulbright competition. They will learn this spring whether they will receive the Fulbright grants.
Three Named as Critical Language Scholarship Semi-Finalists
Three Miami students were named as Critical Language Scholarship Semi-Finalists. They will learn if they are selected for the program in April.
Memories of the Arecibo Telescope: A Q-and-A with Miami space physicist Qihou Zhou
Qihou Zhou (shown here in 1993) chair and professor of electrical engineering, was a research scientist at Arecibo Observatory from 1991-2002. At left, he is standing on the catwalk, which is one way to access the instrument platform. At right he is standing on the top rim of the triangular structure seen at left, 500 feet high.Puerto Rico’s famed Arecibo Observatory telescope collapsed last week, ending an era of world-class research. Miami space physicist Qihou Zhou has likely logged more time than anyone else using the facility. Read our Q-and-A with him about his years at Arecibo.
Six Miami students named Gilman Scholars
Six Miami University students received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to help fund their study abroad experiences this spring and summer. The combined total awarded to these students is $28,500.
Study "Abroad" (in) India this Winter
Study "Abroad" (in) India this Winter
Intercultural Corner Episode 2
Intercultural Corner Episode 2: What Does It Mean to be 'Immersed' in Culture?
Grad Student Discusses Virtual Study Abroad
Graduate student Samantha Arner is part of a selection of students who discuss how they adapted their study abroad during the pandemic. (Wall Street Journal, Nov. 8, 2020)