The legacy I want to leave at Miami is motivating and empowering our community to actively fight for respect and be critical of our purpose.
Faculty are increasingly concerned that expansions of academic workloads resulting from the pandemic are not just emergency measures, but permanent changes
I hope the rest of my life is a lot better with you than what I have experienced here. I’m sure it will be.
If the students are unwilling to return to the discussion, the sound of their departing feet tells us all we really need to know.
As concerned graduates of the College of EHS and as members of the 2018 AYA English Education cohort, we write to you with anger and a desire for institutional change.
In an earlier message to the university community, the Provost “empower[ed] deans, chairs, and faculty members to make decisions...for how they will meet the needs of their classes for fall.” Let’s follow through on that promise, empowering each of us to teach, learn, and work in the way that works best for us.
We, in MJF, have not confronted racism as fully as we could have. We could have listened more closely when People of Color described the unwelcoming environment they sometimes experience at this institution. We could have and should have done more, but did not. We must do better moving forward.