Miami faculty, students pitch in with geospatial mapping to help Puerto Rico
puerto-rico-hurricane-reliefb.jpgDamon Scott couldn't ignore the dire stories from his family and friends as they rebuild their lives in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria's impact on Puerto Rico. Using his resources, he found a way to help.
Psychologist Richard E. Mayer returns to Miami for colloquium on multimedia learning
On October 19, Miami alum and world-renowned educational psychologist Richard E. Mayer returned to campus to give a psychology colloquium on multimedia learning and how knowledge can be transferred to new situations.
University Senate action Sept. 25
University Senate heard reports from Denise Krallman, director, office of institutional research, and Shelly Jarrett Bromberg, chair, Senate Executive Committee.
Miami competes in Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge
Miami University is competing against more than 90 colleges and universities nationwide in the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge, an initiative of the Outdoor Foundation, Sept. 18-Oct. 15.
Come meet other unclassified staff at Sept. 26 UPAC networking luncheon
The Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC) will hold a networking luncheon from noon–1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, in a private room at Maplestreet Commons.
Miami to test Emergency Notification System Monday, Sept. 25
The university plans to test its Emergency Notification System in the afternoon Monday, Sept. 25.
Tell your experience: Take the One Miami Campus Climate Survey
With the desire to create an environment characterized by transparency, fairness and equal access for all students, staff and faculty, Miami is undertaking a survey to find out the experiences of all members of the university community.
Students spend the summer on both sides of the Atlantic for unique "inside" looks at careers in PR, media, and advertising
During the summer of 2017, juniors Katy O'Neill (strategic communication and American studies) and Olivia Prosser (strategic communication and professional writing) participated in the Inside London and Inside New York workshops respectively to learn about potential career paths focused on the worlds of PR, media, journalism, and advertising
Miami computer science faculty member beats Amazon's Alexa
Krumpe-Norm-O6716.jpgMiami University's Norm Krumpe, senior lecturer in computer science, had the number one trending video in the United States on YouTube Thursday, Sept. 14, when he beat Amazon's Alexa in a game of "Guess my Number."