11/05/2015
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in November
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month. We've highlighted five activities for November on Miami's Oxford and Regional campuses.
10/29/2015
The countdown is on: Only 1 day left for open enrollment
Open enrollment is the one time each year when you can make benefit plan changes. Elections for calendar year 2016 must be made via BannerWeb open enrollment before 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015.
10/29/2015
Departmental shared file services are moving
— IT services is in the process of migrating the Windows shared file service (departmental shared file space, also known as G:drive, and individual file space, also known at M: drive) to a new infrastructure.
10/29/2015
Cooking Classes: Good for your health and the environment
Miami's Benefits & Wellness team hosts about four faculty and staff cooking classes per year. These classes are led by our team's registered dietician and allow participants to gain experience preparing, cooking and sampling healthy recipes.
10/22/2015
Creating a strong password: As much art as science
"Make sure you use a strong password." How many times have you been told this? Why is this so important? That set of characters is the key that can unlock all of your online personal information. So, how does one go about creating a strong password? And just as important, actually remembering what it is.
10/22/2015
The countdown is on; only nine days left for open enrollment
Open enrollment is the one time each year when you can make benefit plan changes.
10/15/2015
It’s Cyber Security Month: Learn how to protect yourself
Once again Miami is taking part in recognizing the importance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) with a variety of events on the Oxford, Hamilton and Middletown campuses.  
10/15/2015
Sherry Schilling answers your questions about open enrollment
Q. What is open enrollment? A. Open enrollment is the one time each year when you are allowed to make benefit plan changes.
10/15/2015
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Do you know faculty and students working on research or creative and innovative programs? University news and communications wants to hear from you.