University Senate holds first meeting of spring semester
University Senate opened spring semester with a regular meeting Monday, Jan. 26.
Young Painters Competition: Awards ceremony and reception Jan. 30
The winner of the 2015 Miami University Young Painters Competition will be announced in an awards ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30, in the Hiestand North Gallery.
Learn more about civil service reforms at open forums
Since the passage of House Bill 187, Ohio universities and colleges have had the opportunity to adopt their own civil service employment rules to better meet their employment needs. Miami University invites employees to open forums to learn more.
A renaissance in the making: Miami regional campuses in midst of transformative mission upgrade
President David Hodge wrote a guest column about the evolving structure of the regional campuses. An edited version of the column was published in the Monday, Jan. 26, issue of the Journal-News. Read the complete version online.
Miami Wire debuts: Watch for Miami Matters each Friday
What is Miami Wire? Miami Wire is a newsfeed pulling the latest stories from the previous 24 hours directly from our Miami News web page.
Two ways to get your Miami news: Miami Matters and Miami Wire
After review of fall semester data and much brainstorming with other departments, university news and communications is excited to launch two distinct methods of delivering news to Miami employees beginning spring semester.
UPAC Networking Lunch: Learn the real story behind the Gettysburg Address
Martin Johnson, associate professor of history, dispels the myths associated with Abraham Lincoln and his iconic speech at UPAC's networking lunch noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27, in Harris Dining Hall.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration Jan. 19
A communitywide celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 19, at the Oxford Community Arts Center, 10 S. College Ave.
CIQS Day introduces female high schoolers to STEM career fields
More than 100 girls from Tri-state high schools were at Miami University Tuesday, Jan. 13, where Miami faculty hope to CIQS-start (kick-start) their interest in STEM careers.