"Can Medicine Save the Humanities?" Opening talk for Altman Program
John McGowan, the Hanes Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina, will present "Can Medicine Save the Humanities, and Vice Versa?" at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, in the Shriver Center Dolibois room.
With more than 130 programs, Welcome Week focuses on fun and the 4 Cs
Welcome Week for Miami’s 3,800 plus first-year students isn’t just about fun. OK, that is a large part of it, but let’s not forget about the four Cs —connect, comfort, confidence and curious.
#MoveInMiami starts Thursday
#MoveInMiami begins at 6 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, seeking to welcome the incoming Class of 2020 to the Miami University family and to involve alumni, friends, faculty and staff in a one-day giving campaign supporting the university’s future.
Move-in days: Employee parking restrictions required for efficient residence hall move-in
Miami welcomes the class of 2020 to campus Aug. 24-25. Sophomores, juniors and seniors will move into residence halls on Aug. 27. To help with the efficient arrival and move in, parking restrictions will be in effect on these days.
Employee recruitment remake makes Miami a solid job choice
Miami University's recruitment program for new employees in dining, housing and grounds needed a boost.
Miami Libraries' resources for faculty and staff too: Take a browse
As the 2016-2017 academic year and the 50-year anniversary of King Library approaches, the Miami University Libraries remind the Miami community that many of the same libraries' resources and services available to students can also be enjoyed by faculty and staff.
Miami's ponds add beauty, manage stormwater: 300 geothermal wells under ponds are a first in the world
Approximately 300 geothermal wells are situated under Western Upper and Lower Ponds — the first time wells have ever been installed under ponds anywhere in the world.
Welcome to Crawford's Corner
Miami University President Greg Crawford has started writing a blog called Crawford’s Corner.
For these students, Miami is a study abroad location
This year, 135 Chinese college students opened Miami University’s doors to a new culture.