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了解迈阿密部落关系。特色:博布i Burke teaching a class in the Wiikiaami Room了解迈阿密部落关系。特色:博布i Burke teaching a class in the Wiikiaami Room
全球倡议: Meet students and faculty from 75+ countries before you even study abroad. Learn more.全球倡议: Meet students and faculty from 75+ countries before you even study abroad. Learn more.
我是迈阿密。以来自世界各地的许多语言重复。学到更多。 我是迈阿密。以来自世界各地的许多语言重复。学到更多。

Higher Education Excellence in Diversity 2020 Top Colleges for Diversity

Above all, our goal is to create a多元化和包容性的文化.

race/ethnicity • sex/sexual orientation • gender identity/expression • disability


Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to participate in this self-reflective exercise.



National Civil Rights Conference 2021


Miami University will host the National Civil Rights Conference on campus, June 20–22, 2021. For more information, visit民权会议.

打电话给论文: Submit your papers, panel sessions, workshops, or artistic productions on any aspect of human and civil rights. Priority will be given to submissions directly related to the conference theme.

Must include: Title, Author Name, Affiliation, 200-250 word abstract, and contact information.


Miami recognizes indigenous peoples with Land Acknowledgement Statement

Miami Heritage logo

2019年12月13日,迈阿密的受托人委员会颁布了迈阿密大学土地承认声明yabovip002recognizes and honors indigenous peoples as traditional stewards of this land.

Use of this statement is intended to create a broader public awareness of the history that has led to this moment and support larger truth-telling and reconciliation efforts.

有关更多详细信息,请参阅Land Acknowledgement.


Students seated in a circle engaged in discussion

Voices of Discovery was developed to promote the theory and practice of Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) campus-wide. As an educational method, IGD engages students to explore issues of diversity and inequality and their personal and social responsibility for building a more inclusive society.


Beating the Odds: From Poverty to Politics

John Steele taking in a view of the streets during a return to his old neighborhood in Cleveland

John Steele came to Miami with nothing but two black garbage bags and the promise of a football career. Though his dream of football was soon shattered, the intervention of special mentors and support at Miami gave him the confidence and direction he needed: "I left Miami with teammates I now call my brothers, an entire village of supporters, and an education I wouldn't trade for the world. There is no 'John Steele' without Miami University."

Read the inspiring story of this Miamian谁击败了坚持的可能性并超越了他的情况。

Truth and Reconciliation

Toni Morrison quote on a wall at the National Memorial for Peace & Justice

In a effort to promote awareness of injustices inflicted upon African Americans during the country's period of reconstruction, a Spring 2019 graduate seminar course, theTruth and Reconciliation Projectwas established.

A collaboration of the Graduate School and the Department of Family Science and Social Work, the course provides an opportunity to engage directly in a process of truth and reconciliation anchored by theEqual Justice Initiative (EJI),an organization committed to changing the narrative about race in America.

Study Abroad is for Me


Though Miami has a strong record of students studying abroad, anew campaign by Global Initiativesis designed to expand that access to an increasing number of underrepresented applicants like students of color, those with financial need, males, and international students.

"Study Abroad is for Me" aims to give students knowledge and confidence to apply for programs and to raise awareness of the need for increased study abroad scholarship funds.

Revitalizing a Culture

Banner congratulating the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma on their Honoring Nations Honors award

TheMiami Tribe of Oklahoma已收到着名的国家奖项,认识到其文化遗产和语言振兴计划,这导致了近100年学习的第一代,从而讲Myaamia语言。

The tribe was recognized during the 75th Annual Convention & Marketplace of the National Congress of American Indians. It was one of six award winners selected from applicants representing 51 tribes and four tribal consortia.

Read more about this award.

Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services lobby area inviting students to gather and fellowship

迈阿密Miller Center for Student Disability Services (SDS)coordinates support services and resources for over 1500 students on Miami's Oxford and Regional campuses.

The Miller Center also works closely with Miami's Disability Studies Program and Students with Disabilities Advisory Council to foster a cultural component that includes literature, documentaries, and other opportunities for fellowship. The Center offers a hot beverage station, a "technology cube" in the lobby with hardware and software, free printing for students, and artwork from local artists with disabilities.

Bridges Program

Students in research lab during bridges event

Miami University is proud to present theBridges Program, an overnight visit experience for high-achieving high school seniors from historically underrepresented populations or who have a commitment to promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for diversity.

Offered annually in the fall, this program gives students a chance to experience Miami up close and personal by engaging with students and professors in the classroom, eating in our award-winning dining halls, and staying in a residence hall.


Nellie Craig 1905.

Miami’s First Black Graduate

Nellie Craig earned a teaching certificate from Miami University and was the first African American to teach in a mixed-race classroom in Oxford, Ohio. In 2014, Miami’s Black Alumni Advisory Committee raised $25,000 to name a room in Armstrong Student Center to honor her.

John Steele ’14

Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State

After an injury ended the sports career he dreamed about, John found a mentor in professor Othello Harris who helped him realize his academic potential. John completed a master’s degree as a Charles B. Rangel Fellow and is now a diplomat working for the U.S. Department of State in Angola.

Rita Dove ’73

Pulitzer Prize Winner


Dr. Heanon Wilkins 1962-1992

First Full-Time, African-American Faculty Member

Dr. Wilkins helped establish Miami’s Black World Studies Program and directed the Equal Opportunity Office during a time of racial unrest. His national contributions to education earned him the Harrison Medallion. Today, his legacy lives on through Miami’s Heanon Wilkins Faculty Fellowship Program.

Dr. Deena Brown Chisolm ’90

Director,在哥伦布全国儿童医院Abigail Wexner研究所的儿科实践中的创新中心哦。

Dr. Chisholm is an epidemiologist who focuses on health care technology and improving the equity of pediatric health care. She was appointed by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine ’69 to serve on a task force to address why African-American Ohioans are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus.

Chet Mason '05.

Head Basketball Coach,Charles F.在克利夫兰刷高中,哦

Chet Mason '05 Chet Mason '05的前NBA球员和最伟大的佩戴迈阿密制服之一,致力于帮助今天的青年。通过他的基础,他举办了城市内部青年篮球营地和夏季阅读计划。他与全国各地的高校工作的孩子们。

a colorful rendering of the words Diversity and Inclusion


Given to both groups and individuals, this annual award is intended keep alive the memory of those who sacrificed to ensure the right to vote, for others’ freedom, and civil rights for all. For more information on those honored, see自由夏天'64奖.


该奖项于2019年推出,确认迈阿密大学承诺最大化迈阿密社区每个成员的潜力,并庆祝yabovip002我们的统一和差异。For a list of award winners, see大学多元化和纳入奖.


This award recognizes the extraordinary accomplishments of Miami community members whose commitment to inclusive excellence has fostered an appreciation for diversity and serves as a model for others. For a list of award winners, seeICA包容卓越奖.

Strategic Diversity Plan

Developing broad Strategic Diversity Goals for the university provides an institutional framework for Initiatives that are global and allows for each unit on campus to have individual buy into the specific/broad goals. More diverse choices and direct actions achieve broader university diversity goals in individual units, greater diversity progress across the institution with greater direct buy in should occur at all levels.

Read more of the Strategic Diversity Plan

Research, Service, & Partnerships

Going Above and Beyond

Dan Darkow posing with his beloved dog, Mint Julep

Dan Darkow, coordinator in the Miller Center for Student Disability Studies, was recently awarded the Ohio Association for Higher Education and Disability’sDr. Lydia Block Rising Star Award.

The recipient must demonstrate passion for the work, capacity for future leadership, and dedication to above-and-beyond service.


Akanksha das与迈阿密心理学实验室内的另一个人交谈

In her work as a doctoral student, Akanksha Das studies diversity's impact on research and the research environment.


Diversity in the Workplace Includes Generations

A students discusses an easel presentation with his mentor.

Research by the co-director of Miami's Center for Business Leadership revealsthe significance of "gentelligence"and how this form of diversity enriches the workplace.

Through her study on the student perspective, Dr. Megan Gerhardt found that generational differences are often caused by misunderstandings, and that embracing other perspectives can solve problems and create opportunities that benefit everyone.


Miami students in a classroom face a video screen as they use Skype to chat with students in Mexico City

ElenaAlbarrán的学生,历史和跨文化研究副教授,以及墨西哥城大学(UP)颁发的通讯学院助理教授的同事索尼娅Robles,最近合作了解与历史有关的问题的真实洞察力current climate between the U.S. and its southern neighbor. Read more:Miami history class hosts Skype chat with students in Mexico City

Myaamia Center Continues Language Revitalization

Team members working at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.

“全国人文禀赋”获得311,641美元的批准将扩大迈阿密大学的工作yabovip002Myaamia Center在振兴本土朗uages.

The grant was awarded to Daryl Baldwin, director of the center, and Gabriela Pérez-Báez, assistant professor of linguistics at the University of Oregon, for their project titled “National Breath of Life 2.0: Creating a ‘Second Breath’ for Indigenous Language Revitalization.”

Faculty Learning Communities

Faculty engaging in a lively discussion of pedagogy

迈阿密Faculty Learning Communities是跨学科的教师和员工团体,与一位积极的合作,一岁的一年,与课程有关加强教学和学习的课程。“课堂上的可访问性和纳入”和“包容性卓越:设计和实施多样性,公平和包容证书课程”是已开发的社区的例子broaden perspectives, welcome diversity, and experience inclusion at Miami.

Partnerships for a Better World

Miami students on a study abroad trip to Ghana holding up a Miami University flag alongside a Ghana flag

Miami University actively seek new partnerships to conduct research, create new technologies, shape policy, and educate a talented, diverse, and globally aware pool of students prepared to enter the global workforce, serving the region, state, nation and world. Discover how groups from businesses, community groups, educational institutions, and government agencies are与迈阿密合作.



Greg Crawford总统加入了越来越多的联盟,以推进多样性并将其纳入工作场所。175首CEO后,只有一个月一次推出CEO Act!on for Diversity & Inclusion™, more than 100 additional CEOs/presidents had taken the pledge, committing themselves and the organizations they lead.

See how Miami is fulfilling our pledge培养一个工作场所,不同的视角s and experiences are welcomed and where employees feel encouraged to discuss diversity and inclusion.

Opening Minds through Art

Student helping a senior citizen paint with a roller brush

Part of the Scripps Gerontology Center,Opening Minds through Artis an intergenerational art program for people with dementia. The program trains nursing home staff to collaborate with high schools, colleges and other service organizations to provide a person-centered visual arts program that taps the elders’ creativity and imagination, rather than their memory.

Code of Love and Honor

its use as a greeting among Miamians around the world, Love and Honor represents Miami values.

Play the Code of Love and Honor video


Outreach and Support

Get Involved

TheIt's On Usinitiative encourages students to speak out and take action to prevent sexual assault crimes. Here at Miami, we provide a number of campus resources to educate students aboutsexual assaultand where to turn for help.


TheCenter for Student Diversity and Inclusion发展和实施programs, activities, and procedures designed to enhance the academic success, retention, and personal development of diverse student populations.

The Center embodies a commitment to diversity/multiculturalism as expressed through ability, age, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic differences.

Student Health

Counselor meets with a student discussing the student's needs.


If you notice someone who seems lonely, withdrawn, or otherwise suffering from unhealthy lifestyle choices,knowing how and when to report your concerncan help you respond appropriately and identify who to call for help. Miami offers a variety of services that reflects our commitment to students' physical, mental, and emotional health.
(Explore services by using the arrows above.)

咨询帮助您了解自己和您的困难更好,最终帮助您在您的生活中做出健康的选择。所有会议都是保密的,没有许可没有任何信息。(Group Counselingis also available.)

Mental Health Education
From depression and suicide to homesickness and eating disorders, students can learn more about problems frequently encountered during the college years and how to find healthy solutions.

AlcoholEdu for College
All incoming first-year students are required to complete this science-based, interactive, online program, which provides information on alcohol and its effects on the brain, body, and behavior.

Drug and Alcohol Use Treatment
学生在conjunctio咨询服务工作n with the Office of Community Standards to provide these assessments to full-time students. (The recommendations are strictly confidential and not a part of the students academic records.)

HAWKS Peer Health Educators
Health Advocates for Wellness Knowledge and Skills (HAWKS) are dedicated student leaders who strive to engage students in the learning process, helping them to see the relevance and the importance of the choices they make in their lives.

Psychiatric Services
Our full-time services include the treatment of psychiatric disorders (anxiety, eating, substance abuse) as well as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Stress-Less Workshop
This free, one-hour, weekly workshop provides instruction and practice in utilizing evidence-based techniques, including deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, visualization, and mindfulness.

Student Health Service (SHS)
SHS provides both medical care and education to support a healthy college experience. Staff includes full-time physicians, certified nurse practitioners, and a nursing staff to provide quality outpatient care.

Educational Workshops
Student Counseling Service staff give educational presentations and conduct workshops that address a variety of topics ranging from sexual assault prevention and stress management to career indecision and parent orientation.

Safety and Support

Architecture students working inside an incomplete building

The spirit ofI Am Miamiis one of responsibility--responsibility that prompts action when seeing another person in distress and intervention that can make a difference in the outcome.
(Explore our resources using the arrows above.)

Bias Incident Reporting
If you believe you're the victim of a bias-related incident, find out how to report it and take advantage of available resources.

Campus Safety and Security

EthicsPoint Reporting
This program provides a confidential and anonymous method for reporting illegal or unethical conduct that violates Miami's policies.