Free Microsoft Office now available to faculty and staff
Microsoft Office Pro Plus is now available to all Miami faculty and staff for use on personal computers at no cost through an agreement between Miami University and Microsoft.
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in October
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month.
Celebrate National Research Administrator Day
Although the field of research administration has been recognized as a profession for more than 50 years, the first ever National Research Administrator Day is set for Friday, Sept. 25, 2015.
Arts@Miami: Art museum exhibits celebrate creativity and innovation
In conjunction with a year focused on showcasing and encouraging creativity and innovation, the Miami University Art Museum is hosting two connected exhibitions this academic year.
October brings awareness to online security
Information and cyber security continues to grow as a significant issue for higher education and for individuals everywhere. Because of this, October is now deemed as National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Come to the Fair: The Benefits and Wellness Fair is good for your health
Be sure to visit Miami’s annual Benefits and Wellness Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at the Regional Campuses and Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the Oxford campus.
Tour the new Garden Commons at UPAC networking lunch
Scott Rouse, Miami chef, will host a tour of Garden Commons, Miami’s newest offering, at noon Tuesday, Sept. 29, for UPAC’s first networking lunch of the academic year.
Seasons change and so can your benefit plan during open enrollment
Change is all around us on Miami’s campus and during the month of October employees can make benefit plan changes for the coming year. Employees are encouraged to review their benefits and learn about the changes for 2016 before making their elections.
Filelocker provides easy and secure file sharing
What do you do when the need arises for you to have to share a large document with a colleague and the attachment size limitations of Google won’t allow it?