New Oxford One Stop hosts open house Friday, Nov. 7
The division of enrollment management and student success invites the Miami community to an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Oxford One Stop for Student Success Services, 2-4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, in the Campus Avenue Building.
Performing Arts Series: L.A. Theatre Works' "In the Heat of the Night" Nov. 8
L.A. Theatre Works presents "In the Heat of the Night" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, in Hall Auditorium.
It's important: Antivirus software a must
It's not fun or full of new knowledge. It won’t help you compose your syllabus or manage your research findings. But antivirus software can help ensure that your syllabus is there to download and your data is intact.
Miami wins seven awards in regional communication and marketing competition
Miami University’s divisions of university advancement and university communications and marketing received seven awards in this year's Council for Advancement and Support for Education (CASE) awards competition for the District V region.
Alumni Service Day (Nov. 8) in Over-the-Rhine benefits community
Alumni Bill (Miami ’58) and Pat (Miami ’59) Kern are instrumental in helping to coordinate Alumni Service Day, Saturday, Nov 8.
For Love and Horror, MiamiOH.edu gets into the spirit of Halloween
Miami's web team had some Halloween fun.
Human rights and social justice events announced at Miami Middletown
Miami University Middletown is sponsoring a number of events focused on human rights and social justice, beginning Nov. 4.
Team named for 2015-2016 "Year of Creativity and Innovation"
Miami University President David Hodge has named a steering committee to lead planning for the next academic year, 2015-2016, tentatively designated as a "Year of Creativity and Innovation" at Miami.
Farmer School hosts discussion on sexual assault
All members of the Miami University community are invited to continue a conversation at the Farmer School of Business on preventing sexual assault and enhancing awareness about it on campus.