Save the date: Lean Fair 2018 features new presentation tracks
Miami employees will again have a chance to attend the universitywide educational LEAN Fair Wednesday Jan. 17, at the Armstrong Student Center. 
Search committee selected for dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science
As stipulated by the Board of Trustees Resolution R2011-52, the membership composition of search committees for a new College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science dean has been named.
One Miami Campus Climate Survey results due in late spring
Significant numbers of faculty, staff and students responded to the One Miami Campus Climate Survey this fall. Congratulations to the 100 winners of $45 VISA gift cards, who were notified last month.
Desktop alerts added to university emergency notification system
IT services is supporting the university's Institutional Response Team (IRT) to add a computer monitor alert to the options (text, email, VoIP phones, etc.) in its current emergency notification system (ENS).
You're invited! One Miami Weekend: Free athletic tickets for employees and families
Miami University President Greg and Dr. Renate Crawford want to say "thanks," so they're inviting university staff, faculty and their families at no cost to attend Miami basketball and/or hockey games Jan 5-6.
Marching band uses technology to enhance learning and performance
Playing traditional instruments does not stop the Miami University Marching Band from looking for new and innovative ways to practice their drills.
Miami University honored by the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors for innovative educational programming
Miami University recently received the Excellence in Educational Programming Award from the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA).
Miami University Senate action
University Senate heard reports from Carol Jones, senior associate registrar, office of the university registrar, and Jayne Brownell, vice-president for Student Affairs.
Scripps Gerontology Center is part of Oxford's Age-Friendly Community team
Oxford named ‘Age-Friendly Community’ by AARP Efforts to make the community “a great place to live for all ages” received a boost recently when the city was notified of acceptance into the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities.