Regional Task Force submits report
The task force investigating regional campus differentiation has submitted its report to Miami President David Hodge.
Campuswide electric power outage notice
Testing of the Oxford campus electric system will be conducted 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28, causing multiple power outages.
Chamber Singers, Collegiate Chorale to present Handel's "Messiah" Dec. 2
The Miami University Chamber Singers and the Collegiate Chorale, with a chamber orchestra, will perform Handel's "Messiah" in a concert conducted by Jeremy Jones at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2, in Hall Auditorium.
Electronic W2s available in late January 2015
W2s will be available electronically in BannerWeb mid to late January 2015.  Accessing your W2 in BannerWeb results in a cost savings for Miami, gives you quick and easy access and keeps your sensitive information from being sent through the U.S. mail and possibly being lost or stolen. 
President Hodge and COAD write in support of an intercultural university
Miami University President David Hodge and members of Miami’s Council Of Academic Deans write to the university community in support of international students, faculty and staff.
Miami University and Turkish university to form sister relationship
Miami University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Erzincan University in Turkey.
Reminder: Submit feedback by 6 a.m. Monday for provost candidates
Members of the Miami community are invited to submit feedback about the candidates. Please click on the links below to complete surveys.
Do you approve employee time and attendance?
Kronos is the automated time and attendance system used by the University that allows employees and managers to enter and approve timecards electronically. Supervisors and timekeepers are responsible for maintaining and certifying the accuracy of an employee's reported time.
COAD writes to encourage a global university community
Recently, The Miami Student published commentary critical of the University’s international initiatives, and many international students, on our campuses. In this open letter, the Council of Academic Deans (COAD) addresses these criticisms.