Events Calendar

Events

Monday, May 2

Winter Term Course Registration

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Winter Term (22/23) Course Registration open

Myaamia Special Collections Exhibit Preview

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This preview highlights the history of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's relationship with Miami University and the work of the Myaamia Center.

Three students run past King Library holding military flags.

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Join us for dedicated study space, VR games, and sticker-making FREE FOOD and DOOR PRIZES for all attendees Plus, four chances to win a GAS CARD! In...

Global Career Development Drop ins - Maximize Global Relationships During The Summer Using LinkedIn and Alumni Connect

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Networking is essential in any internship and job search strategy-- whether you are seeking a job in the US or overseas. Visit the Global Career Development...

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International students can meet with ISSS staff in person in the International Student Center or online via Zoom for quick questions (less than 10 minutes)...

ReImagine Education Conference Keynote Speech

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Toward a BlackBoyCrit Pedagogy: Learning from Black boys and male teachers in early childhood classrooms presented by Dr. Nathaniel Bryan, and based on his...

Weekly Dog Therapy

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Student Counseling Service is pleased to offer weekly dog therapy sessions! Come by Harris Hall and pet a therapy dog.

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The semester is ending! Join us to ensure your organization is set up for fall! Hosted by: Student Activities (Oxford) , SEAL Ambassadors Additional...

Women Leaders of the Arts and Crafts Movement (New location - Johnston Hall 142)

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Join Leanna Renee Hieber, author, actress, playwright, and artist, as she highlights important female figures in 19th- and early 20th-century industrial and...

Harrison Hall

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What can history tell us about the future of American democracy? In this talk, Professor Ziblatt, Eaton Professor of Government at Harvard and co-author of...

7pm
Virtual Event

Monday, May 2