Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in May
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month from events listed on the Miami Events and Oxford community calendars.
Classroom clickers move to the cloud
Coming this fall to a classroom near you: TurningPoint Cloud. What will this change mean for Miami faculty and students?
Starting with a budget can lead to financial health
Personal finance is the cornerstone of financial wellness. Don’t know where to begin? Try starting with a budget, which is a plan for future income and expenditures — a guideline for saving and spending.
Microsoft Office 2016 now available free to faculty and staff
Everyone loves a bargain, and there is no better bargain than free.
Are you “health” literate?
Senate resolution 316 passed in 2004 designating April as Financial Literacy Month in an effort to highlight the importance of financial literacy and teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits.
Philo brings enhanced TV experience to students
Beginning later this month, Philo, a cutting-edge TV service, will be available to on-campus residents.
Be sure to sign up for the Job Enrichment Program
The Miami University Job Enrichment Program (JEP) provides resources for a customized professional development plan to help the university develop and retain valuable classified staff members as well as maximize job performance and individual satisfaction.
New director of accounts payable and payroll services named
The staff in accounts payable and payroll services, while remaining in their separate departments, will now share a single director, Anne Wheeler. 
Financial Literacy Month
April is designated as Financial Literacy Month. Throughout the month, Benefits & Wellness will be presenting articles on different aspects of financial wellness and the resources available.