College of Arts and Science, Miami University
Alumni Update
May 2019
Emily Tatum, Alumni Guest Speaker Rebecca Messina, and Student Speaker Jacob Bruggeman
Over 1500 undergraduates and 176 master's students received their hard-earned diplomas on May 18 at the 2019 CAS Recognition Ceremony. Pictured are Emily Tatum '19, Alumni Guest Speaker Rebecca Messina '94, and Student Speaker Jacob Bruggeman '19.
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Gina McCarthy headlines IES 50th Anniversary
2 new CAS majors -- data analytics and organizational leadership -- approved by Miami trustees
Reily Township launches student-created website developed through Miami community collaboration
Reily Township launches student-created website developed through Miami community collaboration
CAS Alumni News and Spotlights
Rebecca Messina '94: Using your
Rebecca Messina '94, Global Chief Marketing Officer for Uber, describes how the 'roots' and 'wings' she developed at Miami were instrumental in her career path.
Daniela Pierre-Bravo '12 and Mika Brzezinski (photo: NBC News)
MSNBC producer for Morning Joe Daniela Pierre-Bravo '12 co-writes the new book Earn It! with host Mika Brzezinski (photo: NBC News)
Richard Hirsh
Richard Hirsh '65, member of the Mallory-Wilson Center advisory board, receives the ACR Foundation Global Humanitarian Award
Sandy Doyle-Ahern
Sandy Doyle-Ahern (MEn, '92), member of the IES External Advisory Board, discusses the interdisciplinary nature of problem solving
Bill Mahoney '81
Bill Mahoney '81 leads weather-related research and development programs at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Thomas H. Mallory
In memory of Dr. Thomas H. Mallory '61, who along with his wife Kelly provided the gift that established the Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education.
Dr. Mallory passed on May 1. Thanks to his vision 25 years ago, hundreds of Miami students have advanced into healthcare careers as physicians, dentists, occupational or physical therapists, pharmacists, and many other fields. All of them have benefitted from his belief that students planning a career in healthcare should be fully informed of the issues facing today's professionals.
Student News and Spotlights
CAS graduating students 2019 Student processional at CAS Recognition Ceremony 2019 CAS graduating students 2019
Jacob Bruggeman
Jacob Bruggeman '19 creates and hosts 15 episodes of the "Major Insight" podcast, a co-production of CAS and the College of Education, Health & Society (EHS)
Audrey Short
2018 Goldwater Scholar Audrey Short '19 to pursue a PhD in biophysics at the University of California, Berkeley
Rosie Ries
Geology and physics major Rosamiel (Rosie) Ries is one of two Miami recipients of the 2019 Astronaut Scholarship
Doctoral students Akanksha Das, Shelby Ortiz and Jared Tangeman (Miami '17) awarded NSF fellowships
Doctoral students Jared Tangeman (Miami '17), Akanksha Das, and Shelby Ortiz awarded fellowships from the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program

ABPsi students in 2018
Mona-Mae Juwillie '19
CAS Faculty Spotlights
Jennifer Kinney
Jennifer Kinney (Sociology & Gerontology) named OAGE Educator of the Year
Robert Thurston
Robert Thurston (History) profiled in AHA Perspectives
Daisy Hernandez
John Rakovan
John Rakovan's (Geology & Environmental Earth Science) work with rare wire gold featured in National Geographic
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