Events Calendar

Events

Monday, November 15

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Spring Registration Opens to all Students

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Summer 2022 time tickets are now viewable in BannerWeb.

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Through the generous gift from William (MU1936) and Dorothy Yeck of Dayton, Ohio, Miami University has a unique opportunity to provide students and the...

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Kirk Maynard, chosen as the 2021 winner of the $10,000 William and Dorothy Yeck Young Painters Competition by Kelly C. Baum, the Cynthia Hazen Polsky and...

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In the exhibition, Suspended Animation, “rhythmic gestures are used as a research method to consider how technology is employed for self-fashioning. In...

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Recent artworks by 2nd and 3rd year MFA students in the Department of Art. Exhibiting Artists: Noah DiRuzza, Glover Marfo, Harris Martinson, Clair Morey,...

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Oxford - Harrison Hall 204 Monday, November 15, 2021, 9:26 – 11:20am

Group of study abroad students in summer 2021

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Find your place this summer with a faculty-led study abroad program! Attend the Summer Study Abroad Fair to learn about faculty-led program options and enter...

Transgender Awareness Week at King Library

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Come celebrate at the Libraries! Buttons Vinyl Decals Books Community Monday, Nov. 15 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. King Library Lobby LGBTQIA+ History and...

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Eat lunch at Western Dining Commons between November 15-19 and enjoy foods from around the world! Monday, Nov. 15: China Tuesday, Nov. 16: India Wednesday,...

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Funded by the National Security Education Program, the Boren Scholarship and Fellowship Program provides up to $25,000 for undergraduate students and $30,000...

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Help support your local food bank by purchasing your holiday cards from us in Armstrong! $3 for 1 or $5 for 2. We will have a number of funny and heart...

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Brendan Mooney, Miami University Dostoevsky and Darwin: Religion, Morality, and the Natural Sciences

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Miami University Political Science Professor John Forren moderates this new monthly series where a current topic of interest is discussed in a roundtable...

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In this monthly lunchtime series, Professor John Forren moderates informal discussions of some of the 'hottest' topics in politics and civic affairs. ...

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Join this SEAL Workshop to learn a little more about what you can be held liable for as a student organization and how to best mitigate risk in your event...

HAWKS members

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HAWKS Tabling to deliver nutrition education and easy recipe ideas. Hosted by: HAWKS Peer Health Educators Additional Information can be found at:...

Dog on a leash, with students and handler

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Come pet a therapy dog every week! Every Monday from 2:00-3:00 p.m., stop by the Student Counseling Service to pet a certified therapy dog (or two!). It's a...

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In person! On the front porch of Peabody Hall. Enjoy tea, interesting conversation, and witty banter with the Western students, staff, and faculty!

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The Department of Geography will be kicking off GEOWeek with a fall hike along Miami's natural areas. Come along and enjoy the fall weather and local...

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Readings by creative writing MFA students. Organized by OxMag. Monday, September 20th: Dalanie (Fiction), Harrison (Nonfiction), Bella (Poetry) Monday,...

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The Miami University Percussion Ensemble will present their fall 2021 concert on Monday, November 15th at 7:30pm est. The concert will feature music by...

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Come watch Unplanned (2019) with the Miami University Students for Life. Unplanned is the inspiring true story of one woman’s journey of...

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