10 tips for a healthy new year: Programs are free and the benefits priceless
Miami's Benefits & Wellness team is excited to support you in your health and wellness resolutions. Check out the list below and let something spark your inner fire. Programs are open to all faculty and staff at no cost.
2017 Benefits highlights
A new year brings new benefits. Here are some highlights:
Sign up for Girls Who Code club
Sign-up is now open for the Spring 2017 session of Miami's Girls Who Code club. The club, part of a national program, is open to girls (and boys) in grades 6-12 .
New year, new employee discounts at Miami bookstore
To celebrate the new year, the Miami University Bookstore is offering faculty and staff a 20 percent discount on select items.
W-2s: The measure of a year
How do you measure a year? 12 months? 365 days? 8,760 hours?
WebEx makes virtual meetings a reality
Even when the weather outside is frightful or when a face-to-face meeting just isn’t possible because of distance, WebEx makes it easy to collaborate with others.
CPAC welcomes Dawn Fahner to Coffee and Connect event
The Classified Personnel Advisory Committee (CPAC) invites classified staff to attend Coffee and Connect with Dawn Fahner, interim associate vice president for human resources, on Jan. 17 and 18.
Cassie Wilson to speak at UPAC networking luncheon Jan. 31
Cassie Wilson, assistant director of wellness, will speak at the unclassified personnel advisory committee's (UPAC) networking lunch from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at Garden Commons.
Book through Miami's Travel Portal and get a discount on Delta flights
Miami staff and faculty can now receive discounts from Delta Air Lines for personal and business travel by reserving through the Miami Travel Portal.