09/03/2015
Have you gotten your 2015 flu shot?
It’s the time of year when everyone starts thinking about cooler weather, pumpkins, fall leaves and holidays. No one wants to think about flu season, so be prepared and get your flu shot now.
09/03/2015
Strong passwords = good security
The 180 days have passed, and your computer is nagging you to change your password – again.
09/03/2015
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in September
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month from events listed on the Miami Events and Oxford Community calendars. We've highlighted five activities for September on Miami's Oxford, Middletown and Hamilton campuses.
08/27/2015
State Teachers Retirement System implements change to pension plans
A change in the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) will have an impact on employee pension contributions for all Miami University faculty.
08/27/2015
Miami Matters and Miami Wire refresh for fall semester
Miami's employee newsletters get a new look this semester with more streamlined layouts and newer branding elements.
08/27/2015
Got old computers? Revamped recycling process reaps rewards
A a group of employees representing numerous areas across campus answered the big question: What do we do with outdated and unwanted university technology equipment and materials
08/27/2015
Student job fair: Q and A with Kristin Henegar and Heidi Spencer
It's that time of year again for the annual student employment job fair. This is an important event that assists departments with staffing needs and helps students find university jobs.
08/20/2015
New hours and a new front door at the Miami Health Services Center
The Miami Health Services Center, partnering with TriHealth, implements new hours (9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday) effective Monday, Aug. 24.
08/20/2015
What did you do over summer break? IT services wrote 400 new self-help articles
Providing support online, on the phone, by email, or by chat, the IT services support desk spent the summer making sure the start of the semester goes as smoothly as possible.