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Weekly Three 12/09/21
The Weekly Three posting from the Office of Institutional Diversity on December 9, 2021: DEI Implementation, Community Updates, and Celebrations and Recognition
Beyond High Street: Mackenzie Powlette
2017 marketing graduate Mackenzie Powlette talks with Farmer School dean Jenny Darroch
Bennyce Hamilton returning to Miami Regionals in new role
Ande Durojaiye, vice president and dean of Miami University Regionals, has announced that Bennyce Hamilton will be returning to the Regionals as regional director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives and deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Lilly Conference 2021
Howe Center for Writing Excellence Director, Elizabeth Wardle, leads a workshop and opening plenary for the 2021 Lilly Conference for College Teaching.
Opening Minds through Art (OMA) Receives Funding From NextFifty Initiative to develop ScrippsAVID
Opening Minds through Art (OMA)'s ScrippsAVID has received funding from NextFifty Initiative, a Colorado-based foundation that supports efforts to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers.
"Founders and Funders" event puts spotlight on Miami, FSB alumni
It was an all-star event in the Forsythe Commons last week as more than a dozen founders and venture capitalists came together to share their experiences and wisdom
Havighurst Center guest lecturer challenges anti-Darwinism in Dostoevsky's writings
As part of the ongoing Havighurst Center Colloquia Series: Dostoevsky at 200, visiting assistant professor of Russian Brendan Mooney spoke to Miami University students on November 15 about his recent research on the acclaimed Russian novelist, Fyodor Dosoevsky.
Read the Winning Entries in the 2021 HWC Flash Photo Fiction Contest!
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Fall 2021 Flash Photo Fiction contest. Em Updyke (Marketing) took first-prize honors. Runner-up was Sam Fouts (Creative Writing) with Dalanie Beach (Creative Writing) in third place. Valerie Senkowski (Health, Education, and Society) earned staff choice recognition and Charles Xie (Chemistry) earned an honorable mention.
COhatch collaboration with FSB brings $500k in services to support next generation of social entrepreneurs
Gift will support the faculty, programs, students and alumni of the john w. Altman institute of entrepreneurship