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:
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!
The Myaamia Center is proud to welcome Dr. Gregory P. Crawford as the newly inaugurated President of Miami University. Visit Miami’s website for more information, including the opportunity to view the inauguration ceremony.
Visit Miami University’s page to learn more!
Daryl Baldwin, Director of the Myaamia Center, has been named a 2016 MacArthur Fellow by the MacArthur Foundation. This award is a wonderful recognition of what a tribal community is capable of when empowered by the revitalization of their language and culture, and supported collaboratively by an institution that bears their name — Miami University. Compassion and respect have been at the heart of this healing effort since its inception.
Read more at the MacArthur Foundation, and at Miami University.
myaamia mihši-nipwaantiikaaninkiši aapweeciki maaciihkaahtoociki meeloniteeheeciki – Our Myaamia students have returned to Miami University and they’ve begun their studies. We have 10 incoming first year students, and there are 32 total Myaamia students on campus this semester, which is our largest group ever!
“The Myaamia Center at Miami University has been awarded a $182,406 grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the “National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages” project.”
“The funding is part of the Documenting Endangered Languages program, a joint effort between the NSF and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), which is designed to support projects that protect and preserve endangered languages.”
Read more at Miami University’s website.