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Guinigundo Receives NAFSA Award
Karla Guinigundo, Director of Global Partnerships in Global Initiatives, has been awarded the Leo Dowling Award of Excellence by NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
Global Initiatives Staff Invited to Present at Fall Conferences
Global Initiatives staff will present at 3rd annual Across the Divide Conference, NAFSA, and Lilly Conference held this fall.
The Albarrán Family's Memorable MUDEC Year
What is it like to live as a family in Luxembourg while teaching for MUDEC during a pandemic? The Albarrán family shares their story.
Faculty Research Profile: Jordan Fenton
Dr. Jordan A. Fenton, Assistant Professor of Art History (recently promoted to Associate Professor), is a specialist of African Art History, with an emphasis on the visual and performed expression of Nigerian masquerade arts. At Miami, Fenton teaches introductions on non-Western art and courses and seminars exploring Africa and its Diaspora.
Tarah Trueblood a Guest on 'We Need to Talk' Podcast
The Office of the Dean of Students has launched a podcast, “We Need to Talk," intended to spark conversation on dialogue across difference. On episode 1, director of the Center for American and World Cultures Tarah Trueblood discusses the context for our polarized world and providing tips for engaging in dialogues with people of different viewpoints.
Dr. Elizabeth 'Like' Lokon Selected to Fulbright Scholars Program
Dr. Elizabeth 'Like' Lokon was recently selected for a Fulbright award to Indonesia for academic year 2021-2022. Her project will bring her award-winning and evidence-based Opening Minds through Art (OMA) intergenerational program to Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia.
Faculty Research Profile: M. Elise Radina
Dr. M. Elise Radina currently oversees a comprehensive research effort to understand how the diagnosis, treatment and survivorship of breast cancer impacts family life.
Faculty Research Profile: Stephen Norris
Dr. Stephen Norris discusses research focusing on Modern Russian visual culture and propaganda since the 19th Century
Faculty Research Profile: Fauzia Ahmed
During the 2020 fiscal year, Dr. Fauzia Ahmed, associate professor of sociology, conducted participatory action research on gender and empowerment among Rohingya women in refugee camps.