MBA Program | Farmer School of Business - Miami University

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Winner of 2022 Pauline Oliveros Prize from the 41st Search for New Music Competition by the International Alliance for Women in Music. Winning work title: "The Fate of the Dollar," improvisation on Cello and Violin and Audio-Visual Interaction.

Pauline Oliveros Prize category is about works incorporating innovative form or style, such as improvisation, multimedia, use of non-traditional notation, open instrumentation, or new performance practices.

The IAWM (International Alliance for Women in Music) is the world’s leading organization devoted to the equity, promotion, and advocacy of women in music across time, cultures, and genres.

Student Spotlight

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Kiah Morris gained backstage and networking experience this spring through her Community Arts internship with Miami Valley Ballet Theatre in Hamilton.

Learn more about Kiah's internship experience.

Community Arts

Roscoe Wilson and Andy Au help us investigate the Community Arts major in this student-produced video. Learn what makes this degree unique, what classes you would take and how it will prepare you for a variety of careers by providing broad exposure to the arts with a specialization in at least one area of creativity, and a connection to civic development and community engagement.

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