11/12/2015
Miami chefs offer their top three Thanksgiving dinner tips
Miami chefs offer Thanksgiving advice and an extra hand this holiday season.
11/12/2015
Learn how to stay informed about emergency closings
Inclement weather season is upon us, and procedures are in place to keep employees informed and up-to-date on all emergency closing situations.
11/05/2015
Winter weather coming: Sign up for text alerts
With temperatures hovering around the 70s in November it's hard to think about the possibility of severe weather. This is typically the time of year we communicate to the university community about the best way to find out if the university is closed.
11/05/2015
It is not too late to save on your 2016 Health Premiums
The deadline to complete your Healthy Miami steps is just around the corner. Sunday, Nov. 15, marks the end of the 2015 Premium Discount Program.
11/05/2015
Qualtrics survey tool increases email sending limits
Qualtrics is Miami's survey creation tool, and its use is free for all faculty and staff, as well as students who have a faculty sponsor.
11/05/2015
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in November
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month. We've highlighted five activities for November on Miami's Oxford and Regional campuses.
10/29/2015
The countdown is on: Only 1 day left for open enrollment
Open enrollment is the one time each year when you can make benefit plan changes. Elections for calendar year 2016 must be made via BannerWeb open enrollment before 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015.
10/29/2015
Cooking Classes: Good for your health and the environment
Miami's Benefits & Wellness team hosts about four faculty and staff cooking classes per year. These classes are led by our team's registered dietician and allow participants to gain experience preparing, cooking and sampling healthy recipes.
10/29/2015
Departmental shared file services are moving
— IT services is in the process of migrating the Windows shared file service (departmental shared file space, also known as G:drive, and individual file space, also known at M: drive) to a new infrastructure.