Hi there,
The past week has brought many changes to Global Initiatives and Miami University. Proactive steps have been taken by the University to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, resulting in the transition to remote instruction and advising.
Global Initiatives is committed to providing Miami students, faculty, staff, and alumni with the high level of support and service you have come to expect from us. Despite Global Initiatives staff currently working away from our offices in MacMillan Hall, we are open for business and ready to support you! Remote advising appointments can be scheduled for both Education Abroad and International Student and Scholar Services. Staff can be reached by email or phone. Not sure who to contact? Reach out to global@miamioh.edu or call our main line at (513) 529-8600. 
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ed2go Online Education

Through a partnership with ed2go, a national leader in accessible online education, Global Initiatives offers online Professional Development Programs and Career Certificate Training Programs.
Many ed2go courses qualify for Miami Job enrichment points for classified staff. If your department agrees to pay for your course, do not use your Miami p-card to make payment. Instead, please send your name, email, course title and date of enrollment, department name, and index to charge to Donna Gouvan who will process your registration.
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Fulbright 2021-2022 Cohort Recruitment

Recruitment continues for Miami University's 2021-2022 Fulbright U.S. Student Program applicant cohort. Students graduating by May 2021 and recent graduates who are interested in pursuing graduate study, conducting independent research, or teaching English abroad are encouraged to reach out to Karla Guinigundo for a remote advising appointment or register to join an online information session on April 1. 
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U.S. Passport Services Temporarily Suspended

U.S. Passport Services offered in MacMillan Hall will be temporarily suspended until the building is able to reopen. Faculty, staff, students, and community members needing passport services are encouraged to visit travel.state.gov to identify alternative locations. 
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Ryan Dye
Director, Education Abroad

Did you know these fun facts about Ryan?

  • Majors in college: Notre Dame Great Books Program and Theology
  • Favorite book read in college: Blaise Pascal, Pensées
  • Favorite book read since college: Don DeLillo, Underworld
  • Ph.D. dissertation title: Church or Country? The Irish Migrant Experience in Liverpool, 1829-1886
  • Countries visited most frequently: England, Ireland, Ecuador and India
  • Hobbies: Following Liverpool FC and FC Cincinnati
  • Exercise Practices: Weight lifting, hiking and bicycle riding
  • Favorite song: "Losing my Religion," REM
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Miami in Luxembourg
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Over 11,000 Miamians have been a part of the 50 year tradition at the Miami University John E. Dolibois European Center in Luxembourg (MUDEC). There’s a network of alumni ready to help connect students with internships and careers upon return.

Study in the Heart of Europe this Fall!

Spend fall semester 2020 taking Miami courses in the heart of Europe. Classes are Monday through Thursday, and Luxembourg's central location allows for easy travel across Europe. The fall application deadline is April 1!
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