Check your app at /ITStatus
The new IT Status page will be your one-stop shop to determine whether a problem you are having is university-wide, or if the issue has been reported to IT.
New Year, new fitness for you to stay focused
We have a great, new fitness schedule to help you stay productive and active throughout your week.
Have You Been Called to Jury Duty?
The Jury duty policy and how it affects your employment.
Reminder about MInE Decommissioning
Information Technology Services will be retiring the MInE (Miami Information Environment) reporting system at the end of the year. Originally, the hope was it could be decommissioned in May, however, most reports will now be ready before December 31.
Five Fun, Free Things at Miami in December
Miami Matters brings you five fun, free things to do at Miami each month.
Update your disability and/or veteran status through voluntary self-identification surveys
The Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity (OEEO) would like to remind all employees of the ability to voluntarily self-identify their disability and/or veteran status. These surveys are always available through BannerWeb to be updated at any time as needed.
December Leave Reporting for Unclassified Staff
Unclassified staff should take special consideration for days the University is closed when submitting their December and January leave reports.
December 6 Blood Drive
Miami University Faculty & Staff is teaming up with Community Blood Center to host a blood drive on December 6.
New solar array powers change at Institute for Food farm
A newly installed 18-panel solar array at the Institute for Food farm produces enough power to automate the irrigation system to water the crops. And, as if that’s not enough, it does so much more. “The solar array takes us one step closer to putting sustainability into practice on the farm,” said Peggy Shaffer, coordinator for the Institute for Food, professor of history and global and intercultural studies and affiliate in the Institute for the Environment and Sustainability.