Campus gardens for the Monarch butterfly
A new garden is a natural extension of the existing landscaping islands already located on the green roof of the north parking garage. This creates a busy corridor for butterflies and other pollinators north of the engineering building.
Test your skills with Atomic Learning
Atomic Learning, Miami's online training and professional development tool, offers nearly 50,000 step-by-step tutorials on topics such as Canvas, Windows OS, Mac OS X and Google Apps. But did you know that you can also test your skills after you’ve viewed tutorials?
Why do you work at Miami? HR highlights the benefits with new campaign
There are many benefits to working at Miami, and "Why Miami?" launches this month to share the news. Employees tell their stories about why they work at Miami through videos.
Meet your Miami biometrics team: Beverly Logan and Leah Deska
In 2015 Miami partnered with TriHealth and began providing the Healthy Miami Premium Discount Program biometric screenings at Miami’s Health Services Center. This new partnership has enjoyed many benefits, including an expanded screening schedule, enhanced lab values and faster results turnaround.
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in August
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. We've highlighted five activities for August on Miami's Oxford, Middletown and Hamilton campuses
Human resources goes to the Butler County Fair
Human resources staff battled the heat and rain at the Butler County Fair to promote job opportunities at Miami University.
Windows 10 available soon for Miami
Microsoft released its newest operating system, Windows 10, July 29. Reviewers are touting some of its features.
How well do YOU know human resources and academic personnel?
It's OK; have some fun testing your knowledge of human resources and academic personnel employee information.
Insects strike some of Miami's beloved trees: Removal underway
The end of summer 2015 signals the start of additional tree removals of dead and declining trees across campus. Go ahead. Blame the ash borer.