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06/18/2019
Summer Reading Committee and the Office of Liberal Education Prepare for Convocation
Summer Reading Committee and the Office of Liberal Education Prepare for Convocation
01/22/2019
Inaugural IDEAward Recipients Highlight the Value of a Liberal Education
Inaugural IDEAward Recipients Highlight the Value of a Liberal Education
01/16/2019
GMP Course Proposal Deadline for 2018-2019 Academic Year
April 29, 2019 is the deadline for faculty who wish to propose Global Miami Plan courses for the 2018- 2019 academic year. Details and directions can be found at the Office of Liberal Education webpage: http://www.miamioh.edu/liberal-ed/faculty-staff/mp-proposals/courseleaf-instructions/index.html
01/16/2019
Howe Writing Center Lunch Series
The Howe Writing Center continues their 'Effective Practices Lunch Series' this semester (Spring 2019) to support faculty who are teaching Advanced Writing and CAS-W courses. Please consider signing up for one or more of these helpful seminars. Faculty from Anthropology, Psychology, Gerontology, and Economics will be sharing ideas this semester.
11/13/2018
GMP Course Proposal Deadline for Spring
26 November 2018 is the deadline for faculty who wish to propose Global Miami Plan courses for the Spring 2019 term. Details and directions can be found at the Office of Liberal Education webpage: http://www.miamioh.edu/liberal-ed/faculty-staff/mp-proposals/courseleaf-instructions/index.html
10/29/2018
A miracle of 1968-1969: State championships in two sports by one all-black high school
Mark Whitaker, writer for The Washington Post, reviews Tigerland: 1968-1969: A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing.
10/22/2018
IDEA Application
The Office of Liberal Education, and the Office of Research for Undergraduates, solicits applications from teams of undergraduates to propose interdisciplinary research projects. Four awards of up to $500.00 are anticipated for each team.
10/15/2018
Ignite 1.0 Inspires Regional Educators to Embrace the Power of 'What if' . . .
ignite-speakers3x2.pngRobyn Jordan and Ashley Warren are doctoral/graduate students in the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University. On October 3rd, they were two of the twelve educators who presented at an event called “Ignite 1.0” hosted by Middletown City School District.
10/15/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 42
Are Students Prepared to Thrive in a Knowledge Economy?