The Myaamia Center (formerly the Myaamia Project), created in 2001, is a tribal initiative located within an academic environment to advance the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma’s language and cultural revitalization efforts.
This product line, which celebrates the partnership between Miami University and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, is now available for sale at the Miami University Bookstore, Shop.MiamiRedHawks.com, Follett Bookstore, and DuBois Book Store.
Read more on Miami University’s web page!
Three Myaamia seniors at Miami University were featured in an article by the Miami University College of Engineering & Computing.
Read more from Miami University.
The work of the Myaamia Center was recently featured in two articles. Check out the links below to read more.
The National Science Foundation Blog
naalilaanki! We invite you to the 8th Biennial Myaamiaki Conference will be held on March 30, 2018, at Miami University’s Marcum Conference Center. More information will be shared as it becomes available!
The Miami Tribe and university are deepening their connection with a new agreement & logo.
Read more at Miami University’s page, or learn more about the relationship here!
mayaawi toopeeliyiikwi (they really did it)! Congratulations to the six Myaamia tribe students graduating this year! Links to watch the Commencement events are posted below: http://miamioh.edu/commencement/ http://www.ustream.tv/channel/miamiuniversity Read more
Myaamia students travelled to Washington, D.C., in January 2017 to assist with preparations for the National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages!
Read more at Recovering Voices’ Blog!
The digital version of the myaamia killhsooki, or Myaamia Lunar Calendar, is now available for viewing and downloading! Please note that the PDF file is formatted for your screen, not for printing.
Learn more about myaamia killhsooki here.
Dr. Gregory Crawford, President of Miami University, as well as his wife, Dr. Renate Crawford, joined the Miami Tribe in Miami, OK, for the annual Winter Gathering.
Learn more here, or check out our Facebook page!
Miami University spring graduates will hear their commencement speech delivered by the first Southwest Ohio winner of the national MacArthur Foundation genius grant, Daryl Baldwin.
Read more at Miami University’s web page.