University Senate action Nov. 17
University Senate heard reports from Raymond Gorman, interim provost, and Bryan Marshall, chair, Executive Committee.
Join the Global Neighbors Thanksgiving Dinner
Everyone is welcome to get into the holiday spirit at this year’s Global Neighbors Thanksgiving Dinner.
Employee holiday and winter break reminders
The 2015 holiday schedule was developed in consultation with UPAC and CPAC and is patterned after the holiday schedule used in recent years. If you have any questions about the schedule, please contact the Human Resources Department at 513-529-3131.
Ridenour Scholarship to support Northwest Ohio students
For Mark (Miami '82) and Karen Shurmer Ridenour (Miami '82), a Miami Merger that has sent three daughters on to their alma mater, the Miami Experience is something not only to be treasured but also to be shared.
Kimberly Hamlin honored with Margaret W. Rossiter History of Women in Science Prize
Kimberly Hamlin, associate professor of American studies and history, was awarded the Margaret W. Rossiter History of Women in Science Prize for her article “The ‘Case of a Bearded Woman’: Hypertrichosis and the Construction of Gender in the Age of Darwin” (American Quarterly, December 2011). The article was recognized by the History of Science Society (HSS) as an outstanding article on the role of women in science.
Celebrate International Education Week
Miami University joins the national celebration of International Education Week, Nov. 16-21, with activities and workshops.
Weather and other emergency closing procedures
When severe weather requires changes to Miami’s normal schedule, employees are advised to follow communication methods and scheduling practices outlined by the university.
Miami mourns the loss of student Bryan J. Faber
Bryan J. Faber, a Miami University Hamilton student, died Saturday, Nov. 8.
New website introduces the Canvas learning management system
This fall, Miami University began the process of implementing the Canvas learning management system with phase one, and a new website recently launched by the office of eLearning explains the next phases.