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Altman Symposium on “Medicine and the Humanities” addresses end-of-life issues, social history of medical care in United States and abroad

Mark your calendars for Homecoming, Sept. 15-16, and Family Weekend, Oct. 6-8.

Duke Energy CEO, NFL star and family foundation among honorees in expanded awards ceremony

Schedule is highlighted by six home games and a trip to Notre Dame
Homecoming will be Sept. 16 against UC, the 122nd meeting between the two schools. Miami hosts Bowling Green on Oct. 7 during Family Weekend.

Show your Miami loyalty with our new Miami wallpaper. (Pictured: Campus Avenue Building in the spring)

One of our top priorities is to keep our alumni engaged and give you opportunities to stay connected with Miami no matter where you live. Our activities range in interests and location, so it’s our hope you can find something throughout the year to enjoy.

Every October, we bring 18 honorees back to campus. See why their time here is so special to the university community.

The 2017 symposium features Olympic athlete and star of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” Aimée Mullins, Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani and YouTuber Michelle Poler. The day promises engaging conversation, presentations and networking for Miami alumni, faculty and staff. Join us Thursday, March 30! Registration closes March 15.

Love (& Honor) is in the air at Miami! Take a look at our Be Mine Miami tumblr with all new pictures, stories, videos and more.

As another Valentine’s Day approaches, the Miami University Alumni Association continues to celebrate Miami’s most romantic tradition.

The Athletic Performance Center brings together the program’s year-round training and preparation resources in one convenient home.
Take a tour of the Athletic Performance Center

Girls Who Code founder, Miami University's Club of Fashion and Design, Dr. Renate Crawford, and networking opportunities round out this year's schedule. 

Aimée Mullins – groundbreaking athlete, fashion icon, actor, TED All-Star and design innovator – is the M.I.A.M.I Women Symposium keynote speaker.

We’ve rolled out a new design for the Miami University Alumni Association’s website and simplified the navigation for an improved user experience.

How did Western Campus receive its name? What is Miami’s most popular intramural sport? How well do you know Miami?

President Greg and Dr. Renate Crawford may be visiting your city soon – help welcome them to the Miami family!

‘The most terrific school’
From Toasted Rolls to a Hall of Fame ceremony, Chub ’48 and Marty Russell ’48 share 70 years of Red and White memories

One Weekend. One Miami.
Mark your calendar for June 8-11, the best weekend of the summer.

Let’s rewind and take a look back at our favorite Miami moments in 2016.

Should you follow @MiamiAlum? We think the answer is “yes!”

The Farmer School of Business professor and Effective Educator award honoree serves as Miami University’s December commencement speaker.

Zeroing in on Zika, a rising star in stand-up, a historic pomp and circumstance afternoon and more – all in this edition of Miamian Magazine.

Help us ensure our records of your service and those of your loved ones are up-to-date.

President Greg Crawford has started a blog – subscribe so you don’t miss a post.

The president is tweeting! Follow @PresGreg!

Share the love & honor (while having fun and winning prizes) by becoming a social media Mbassador.

A planned Veteran's Tribute on campus will celebrate the university's rich military tradition and honor.

Learn about the accomplished young men and women representing MUAA.

Review your subscription information to be sure you are getting the emails you want!

Looking for a way to connect with other Miamians and still not part of the MUAA LinkedIn group? Join us here.

This popular seven-disc DVD set on the "History of Miami University" as taught by Dr. Phillip Shriver is now available on YouTube!

7/8/2015 officially unveiled

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