Miami faculty, staff and students should think twice before opening any email links or attachments - including voice mails - unless they are sure who sent the message and that it is legitimate. A new malware called CryptoLocker is spreading around the Internet and, although we have not had any confirmed infections at Miami, activity that looks very similar has been seen on the Miami network.
Rodney Coates reflects on the "passion for teaching, research and service" found at Miami University. His commentary is posted on Miami University's Town Square.
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Story about Stern School of Business winning the Ross Stock Pitch Competition says Miami’s team was one of three to make it to the final round. (Chicago Tribune, Sunday, Nov. 3)
Article about research on how drivers react with youngsters in the back seat mentions that a study by Miami researchers found that braking times are slowed by around 16% if a driver is talking to someone else in the car. (Daily Mail (London), Sunday, Nov. 3)
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Events: Oxford and Regionals
Oxford Empty Bowls, a benefit soup luncheon dedicated to helping hungry people in the community, will be held 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, in the Oxford United Methodist Church. The benefit is held in conjunction with Miami University's Make a Difference Day and Hunger + Homelessness Awareness Week. All proceeds will be donated to the Oxford Community Choice Pantry.
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