11/11/2020
Trueblood, Graduate Students Recognized for Work on DEI Taskforce
Tarah Trueblood, Director of the Center for American and World Cultures, and three graduate students who serve as Intergroup Dialogue co-facilitators were recently honored by President Crawford for their work on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force.
11/11/2020
Inclusion as iteration, and other insights from diversity expert Trey Boynton
The IT Services Diversity Committee invited Trey Boynton from Cisco Systems to speak with us about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and the role played by the technology world in how challenges of equality are being met.
11/11/2020
The College of Creative Arts Participated in Statehouse Takeover Day
Four students and one faculty member from the Arts Management and Entrepreneurship program met with four state representatives to advocate for Miami University and the arts.
11/11/2020
An Interview with the Writer of MU Theatre Digital Fringe's 'From the Many'
An interview with Tyler Creech, writer of 'From the Many' in the MU Theatre Digital Fringe Festival.
11/11/2020
Trueblood, Graduate Students Recognized for Work on DEI Taskforce
Tarah Trueblood, Director of the Center for American and World Cultures, and graduate students Pankhuri Aggarwal (Clinical Psychology), Tristen Hall (Student Affairs in Higher Education), Natalee Price (Clinical Psychology), and Samuel Van Vleet (Social Gerontology) were recently honored by President Crawford for their work on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force.
11/11/2020
Leveraging Web Conference Sessions for Learning
Using your synchronous meetings to their fullest potential is no easy feat. Our upcoming session will be a chance to hear some of the innovative and pedagogically useful ways to utilize the technology's various features to increase engagement and foster learning.
11/10/2020
New Publication from Dr. Elise Radina
New publication from EHS Associate Dean, Elise Radinas.
11/09/2020
Alumnus' family gives $200k to support entrepreneurship's L.I.F.E Research Lab
The third gift from the Williamson family is the largest so far.
11/09/2020
Miami and Talawanda High School alum Hannah Abigail Clarke celebrates indie best-selling novel, "The Scapegracers"
Hannah Abigail Clarke, a '19 Miami graduate, recently released the fantasy novel The Scapegracers, and was invited to speak to a group of eager writers and readers about the process. In a special online event hosted by The Western Center and the Department of English's creative writing program, Clarke read from their book and answered audience questions.