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Myaamia Center in the News


December 8 – New products support tribe students, promote university and tribe unity

December 6 – Myaamia Students apply technical education to cultural challenges

December 3 – Miami University Winter College keynote speakers and featured faculty

November 29 – Miami University collaborates to revive history through education

October 19 – Miami Tribe and university strengthen relationship with new agreement, logo

September 14 – The age-old quest to preserve native languages

June 18 –┬áMyaamia Center and Language Revitalization: Finding New Ways for Languages to Live

May 17 – MacArthur genius reveals 4 nuggets of wisdom about success and a life well-lived

April 19 – How to Resurrect a Lost Language

April 3 – 2017 Miami University Commencement Guest Daryl Baldwin

March 10 – Daryl Baldwin, James Tobin headline the Michael J. Colligan History Project lectures

February 28 – Myaamia Center and Tribe Explore Tech Needs

February 2 – Miami ‘genius grant’ winner tapped for commencement address

February 1 – University President joins Miami Stomp Dance

January 30 – Miami “genius grant” winner Daryl Baldwin to address graduates May 13


December 16 – North America’s native languages get higher education boost

November 16 – Cultural Rejuvenation

November 7th – Native American Linguist Wins $625,000 ‘Genius Grant’

October 27 – Breathing life back in to language

September 22 – Myaamia Center Director Daryl Baldwin named 2016 MacArthur Fellow

September 15 – Knowing their tribal identity helps Native American students succeed

August 18 – Miami’s Myaamia Center receives NSF grant for “Breath of Life” project


July 17 – Summer camp organized by Miami’s Myaamia Center includes language, culture and fun

June 10 – Miami-Smithsonian agreement gives language revitalization a stronger future

March 23 – Daryl Baldwin and the Myaamia Center are regrowing the Myaamia language


August 29 – Daryl Baldwin on Breath of Life grant

August 26 – Miami’s Myaamia Center awarded NSF grant for “Breath of Life” project

February 12 – Myaamia Center to revitalize a traditional craft through the Ribbonwork Project


March 5 – Miami’s Myaamia Project becomes Myaamia Center

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