IT Services, Miami partners win CIO 100 award
Congratulations to a team of IT Services and Miami partners.
The Lockheed Martin Institute celebrates 10 years in developing future leaders
The Lockheed Martin Institute at Miami University is celebrating ten years of developing future leaders in the industries of engineering and computing.
Braiding a story
The story behind the art "Kanekalon: Family" by Erica Rodney.
Major Insight Episode 40 How Nursing Becomes a Labor of Love
Nursing major Molly Ferguson '23 talks about finding a rewarding career dedicated to helping others.
New phishing scam: Google Docs / Word Docs
A new scam email has been making the rounds, and it looks a little different from phishing scams that we have seen in the past.
Myaamiaki Conference to highlight Myaamia language and culture revitalization
The Myaamia Center — the Tribe’s research arm located in Bonham House on the university’s Oxford campus — will hold its ninth biennial conference at the Armstrong Student Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 9. https://miamioh.edu/news/2022/03/myaamiaki-conference-to-highlight-myaamia-language-and-culture-revitalization.html Margot Kissell, Miami University Communications, March 17, 2022
IT Work to Take Place Over Spring Break
IT Services will perform maintenance and implement changes in the computing environment between March 20 and March 26.
COVID-19 Campus Update | 9:34 a.m.
A message from the COVID Response Team
2022 Geoffrey P. Hall Undergraduate Artist Competition Winners
Miami University Department of Music announces the winners of the 2022 Geoffrey P. Hall Undergraduate Artist Competition
Planned maintenance: F5 software upgrades
Saturday, March 28, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., the software underpinning the F5 appliance will be upgraded.
A Tribute to Bob Cottrell: Strengthening the Legacy
On January 31 Bob Cottrell, the son of Fred Cottrell, passed away.
Outreach program introduces younger students to STEM possibilities
The College of Engineering and Computing's Assistant Director of Outreach Joanna Hohn teaches younger students about problem-solving skills and helps them explore various STEM concepts.