The countdown is on; only nine days left for open enrollment
Open enrollment is the one time each year when you can make benefit plan changes.
It’s Cyber Security Month: Learn how to protect yourself
Once again Miami is taking part in recognizing the importance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) with a variety of events on the Oxford, Hamilton and Middletown campuses.  
Sherry Schilling answers your questions about open enrollment
Q. What is open enrollment? A. Open enrollment is the one time each year when you are allowed to make benefit plan changes.
Share news that matters to you: Submit a story idea and read all about it
Do you know faculty and students working on research or creative and innovative programs? University news and communications wants to hear from you.
And the winners are …
The Miami Benefits Fair gave us the opportunity to meet and greet our members. Congratulations to Linda Helling who won our grand prize gift basket.
Are you enrolled in the right benefits for you and your family?
Open enrollment is a good time to review your benefits and the one time each year when you are able to change your benefit plan elections. Benefits & Wellness is offering presentations on several different topics.
Stop. Think. Connect: Keep a clean machine
The national Stop.Think.Connect program provides a wealth of information to help each of us understand the cyber security threats we face today.
#31DaysMiamiOH of Arts: Join us
With more than 50 arts-related student organizations, more than 20 musical groups, 40 plus exhibitions, 50 lectures, and more than 200 performance events per year — art is everywhere. October is jam-packed with events.
October means open enrollment for employee benefits
Open enrollment for employee benefits at Miami began Oct. 1 and ends at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31.