Weekly Tech Update: Your What's What of IT News
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Senate News, April 1, 2024
Senators heard an update from Provost Mullenix on Miami Online and eCampus. Announcements were made regarding the planned listening sessions for Deans evaluations and the upcoming Budget Symposium. New business included a presentation on the proposal for an Applied Mathematics Bachelor of Science program. Special reports were received regarding the Miami University Fund Policy and MiamiTHRIVE Committee selections.  
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IT Services announces Spring Break maintenance windows
IT Services will perform maintenance and implement changes in the computing environment between March 25 and March 29.
A Profile of Nursing Homes in Ohio
Based on data collected from an array of sources including the Biennial Survey of Long-Term Care Facilities, the study provides a comprehensive overview of the nursing home industry in Ohio. Information on staffing, occupancy and quality are presented.
A Profile of Home and Community-Based Services in Ohio
The report tracks the changes in home care use in the state over the past 30 years.
March IAM Update: Secret questions, RapidIdentity, and Miami accounts
In the interest of making sure we're prioritizing the security of our data, we are taking this into account: Our new system will not allow you to use a secret question as one of your recovery options.
Suicide Prevention Team to Host Weeklong Campaign on Stress Management
The weeklong campaign wo; spread awareness about suicide prevention as well as stress management, self-care, and improving well-being.
Senate News, March 11, 2024
Senators heard a preliminary presentation regarding potential program consolidations and a proposal on the recording of two minute speeches before Senate. Special reports were received regarding the Honors College and a proposal for a Center for Global Mental Health in Sports. Provost Mullenix provided brief updates.
Changes Coming to Student Technology Support
Miami would like to announce some upcoming changes to improve technology support on campus for personally owned computers.
Miami Introduces Welltrack Boost: Free Digital Mental Health Resource
Welltrack Boost is a free digital resource that provides students with self-help tools to manage their mental health and well-being.
Mental Health Incubator Fund Making an Impact
Miami University’s Mental Health Incubator fund, launched in January 2024, is already making a splash on campus.