Daily Tech Update: Work-From-Home edition
Here's a snapshot of the day-to-day goings-on of the IT Services folks on the front line.
In Memoriam: Myron (Mike) Lunine
On May 4, which was the 50th anniversary of the tragic Kent State National Guard shooting of students protesting the Vietnam War, the Miami community lost its first dean of the Western College Program: Myron (Mike) Lunine.
New email phishing message claims to offer employment from Disability Resources office
Scammers are once again offering employment opportunities. Do not click!
MME department produces face shields amid COVID-19 pandemic
The frames are made on a plastic injection molding machine. A mold is cut from metal, and molten plastic is then injected into the mold and cooled until solid.
Year-end celebrations: Recognizing student accomplishments
April and May are usually packed full of year-end celebrations, banquets, and award events for students. Although we were unable to come together in person, the Division of Student Life found creative ways to acknowledge the contributions of our students.
Miami Regionals has first applied biology graduate
When Saige Sparks crossed the Miami University virtual graduation stage on Saturday she became the first grad of Miami Regionals applied biology program.