Current & Upcoming Events

Libraries Game Night - Amos Music Library


Saturday, Feb. 24
6-10 p.m.
Amos Music Library


On Saturday, Feb. 24, Amos Music Library (located in the Center for Performing Arts, south side) hosts the Miami University Libraries' first game night of the season.

"Freedom Stations" presented by Carl Westmoreland


Wednesday, Feb. 28 / Noon
King 320
Free & open to the public.


Carl Westmoreland, senior historian at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, presents “Freedom Stations, the Educational, and Historical Foundations of American Liberty.”

Libraries Game Night - B.E.S.T. Library


Thursday, March 8
6-10 p.m.
B.E.S.T. Library (Laws Hall)


You want to be the best? Come play at the B.E.S.T.

On Thursday, March 8, B.E.S.T. Library hosts the second of four Miami University Libraries' game nights this spring.

"History of Oxford College for Women," Valerie Edwards Elliott '75


Wednesday, March 14 / Noon
King 320
Free & open to the public.


Valerie Edwards Elliott '75, manager of the Smith Library of Regional History, presents a Women's History Month lecture on the "History of Oxford College for Women." This visual overview of the local women's college begins with its antecedents in the 1830s and tracks the history through the institution's 1928 closing.

Libraries Game Night - Art/Arch Library


Thursday, April 5
6-10 p.m.
Wertz Art & Architecture Library


On Thursday, April 5, Wertz Art & Architecture Library hosts the third of four Miami University Libraries' game nights this spring.

Come by for free food and the opportunity to join others as we play strategy / tabletop, board, and card games. The library provides a number of games from its circulating game collection, including recent additions Splendor, Dominion, Mysterium, and Dimension. We offer many of the classics as well.

"Defining Memorials by their Design Concept," Robert Keller '73


Wednesday, April 11 / Noon
King 320
Free & open to the public.


Using examples of built and unbuilt memorial and tribute designs, Robert Keller '73, university architect emeritus, discusses the importance of site selection, defining intent, and integrating symbolism into the creation of a campus monument.

In partnership with the Walter Havighurst Special Collections, University Archives and Western College Alumnae Association.

 

Libraries Game Night - King Library


Saturday, May 5
6-midnight
King Library (first floor)