PSEF Newsletter

Safety, sexual violence prevention receive federal support
With a three-year $300,000 federal grant and a two-year commitment with a national student affairs group, Miami University is greatly strengthening its prevention, education and response in areas of sexual and interpersonal violence (SIV).
September SEOH News
This month's highlights include details regarding the fall Q-term and its key dates to remember, the September live session and attendance policy, as well as information regarding winter term registration, plus job searches and campus visits!
Gardner-Harvey Library Fall Events Announced
Miami Regionals' Gardner-Harvey Library on the Middletown campus will host numerous free events open to the public this fall.
Oracle database work scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 3
Database work is scheduled for Tuesday evening.
10 Ways to Go Global at Miami
Are you interested in studying abroad? Or maybe you want to connect with international students right on Miami's campus? There are a lot of ways to get involved and go global at Miami.
Miami's Ohio Writing Project celebrates 40 years
The Ohio Writing Project at Miami works with teachers on teaching writing and provides students opportunities to create.Narwhals. Pufferfish. Toothpaste. Avocados. Ugly. Jump. When you give middle school students six words and five minutes to write a story, you never know what they're going to come up with. 
Miami goes 3D with new interactive map of the Oxford campus
The new 3D interactive map can be used on most devices.Miami University launches its new interactive map of the Oxford campus.
8-29-19 Weekly Three
This week's three included: 1) an update from the Strategic Planning Committee presentation at University Senate, 2) information about upcoming progress reports sessions on the One Campus Climate Survey recommendations and 3) Reminders about Tech Fee Proposal due dates, new University Events calendar system, request for staff/faculty to review university and religious calendars before planning events and to following the student attendance policies listed in the University's policy library.
New executives join Entrepreneurs-in-Residence program
The John W. Altman Institute of Entrepreneurship has doubled it's Entrepreneurs-in-Residence program for 2019-20.