Human rights and social justice events announced at Miami Middletown
Miami University Middletown is sponsoring a number of events focused on human rights and social justice, beginning Nov. 4.
Team named for 2015-2016 "Year of Creativity and Innovation"
Miami University President David Hodge has named a steering committee to lead planning for the next academic year, 2015-2016, tentatively designated as a "Year of Creativity and Innovation" at Miami.
Farmer School hosts discussion on sexual assault
All members of the Miami University community are invited to continue a conversation at the Farmer School of Business on preventing sexual assault and enhancing awareness about it on campus.
Miami recognized as 5th best-landscaped college in Midwest
Miami University ranked 5th on a list of top 10 Midwest colleges with the best-landscaped campuses by LawnStarter, a lawn care-related technology company.
UPAC takes a view of Miami's more natural side
Jim Reid, Miami University's field manager, showcases the university's 1,000 natural acres and trails at a networking lunch hosted by the Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC) noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, in Harris Dining Hall.
Keep up the lead in the final week of the Kill the Cup Challenge: Attend a photo shoot
Miami University is heading into the final week tied for first place in the monthlong Kill the Cup Challenge, said Anna Ginsky, sustainability education coordinator.
Miami University Percussion Ensemble Oct. 29
The Miami University Percussion Ensemble, directed by William Albin, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, in Hall Auditorium. The concert is free.
Open enrollment for 2015 benefits available until Oct. 31
Open enrollment for 2015 benefits is currently in progress and will be available through BannerWeb until 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31.
Celebrate 100 years of homecoming at Miami
Celebrate Miami's 100th year of homecoming with the annual parade, Run for Love & Honor, pregame festivities and more during Homecoming 2014 (Oct. 27-Nov. 2).