When more than 3,000 students come for orientation, Evelyn Covington is ready
evelyn-covington.jpgA total of 3,521 accepted students visited Miami's campus for orientation in June. Evelyn Covington, coordinator of orientation and transition programs, was one of the people who prepared for their visit.
Diving in to big data
donna-nguyen-in-boat.jpgDonna Nguyen, a junior economics and statistics double major, is used to working with spreadsheets full of data points. But she is new at ecological data collection in the field.
From instrument repair to financial fixes, Bill Lack to help veterans during retirement
bill-lack.pngAfter 32 years at Miami, Bill Lack will retire June 29 with fond memories of the people he has worked with and of the repairs and projects too numerous to list here.
Animals occupy a large space in Linda Zehler's heart
linda-zehler.jpgLinda Zehler, director of lab animal research, will retire on May 11 after 32 years of managing and caring for all of Miami’s lab animals.
Ten tips for financial wellness: Pack your lunch, really
Berno-Bruce-0601-ret-website.jpgBruce J. Berno is a 1982 Miami University alumnus who is a financial adviser in Cincinnati.
Anita Byrd has used her creative side to improve Miami's mail service
Byrd-Anita-O50017.jpgDuring her 38 years at Miami, Anita Byrd has worked in student financial aid, conferences and continuing education, and personnel but has spent most of her time working in Miami’s mail center.
Beckman Scholars embrace research opportunities
beckman-combo-banner.jpgCallie Miller and Audrey Short have been selected as Beckman Scholars for 2017-2018. The $19,300 scholarship provides exceptional undergraduate students with continued support for a mentored research project over two summers and one academic year.
Ray Mock reflects on circles, connections and career
The late alumnus John Dolibois, who started Miami's alumni program and later became vice president for university relations at Miami, wrote about his life as a pattern of circles. Ray Mock understands.
Keeping up with technology is something John Moore knows about
After almost 36 years at Miami, John Moore's last day will be June 30. A week before that, Moore, a support analyst II in IT, will operate the mixing board at Miami's board of trustees meeting for the last time -- his 122nd consecutive meeting.