IT resources for improving security and Girls Who Code club
Keeping Miamians informed about information security and taking an active role in offering hands-on experiences to girls with an interest in IT are two examples of how IT services people support people at Miami and in the community.
Hundreds help thousands move in, residence life
Members of Miami's residence life welcomed new students this fall.
Hundreds helped move thousands - information technology
Members of Miami's information technology services helped during Move-in Day 2016.
Members of Miami's physical facilities department
Hundreds help thousands move in.
Housing, dining, recreation and business services staff
Hundreds helping thousands move in.
Ask Greg: President Crawford answers your questions
In this column, at least once a month, President Gregory Crawford selects a few questions that seem to be of interest to the most people to address publicly.
WiFi? Which WiFi?
WIRELESS, GAMING, GUEST, eduroam, TALAWANDA, EVENT, ICA …. what’s with all the wireless networks? With so many, how do you know which to choose? IT services wants you to understand which network you should pick for your laptop or mobile device when you are on campus.
Social Security, Medicare, Miami, and you
A representative from the Social Security Administration will be on the Oxford campus to offer information regarding Social Security and Medicare and how these programs relate to individuals as a Miami employee or the spouse of a Miami employee.
CPAC welcomes President Crawford to Coffee and Connect event
Miami University’s Classified Personnel Advisory Committee welcomes President Gregory Crawford to its inaugural Coffee & Connect event 8-9 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Pavilion B of the Armstrong Student Center.