Miami mourns the loss of U.S. Rep. John Lewis
U.S. Rep. John Lewis died July 17 at the age of 80. The Georgia Democrat was a leader in the 1964 Freedom Summer voter registration of Black residents in the South.
7-17-20 Message to Community
The provost shared good news about the Myaamia Center and Miami's new VP for University Communications and Marketing. Also included were numerous, detailed updates regarding 1) COVID-19 updates 2) Fall Semester Updates and 3) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Updates
Miami contracts with River City Furniture for furniture repairs, purchases and moves
The ten-year contract for furniture-related services will save the university money through negotiated pricing, allow Physical Facilities resources to be redirected to higher value needs and support implementation of new design standards.
Myaamia culture and imagery to be part of the K-12 "Ohio as America" curriculum
The Myaamia Center, some Miami University art education students and the Talawanda School District have collaborated the past three years on curriculum to help fourth graders learn about Myaamia culture and imagery. Starting this fall, the two Myaamia culture and imagery lessons will become part of the K-12 Ohio as America curriculum.
Zoom coming to Miami, along with changes to Webex and Google Meet
An enterprise version of Zoom will be available within the next couple of weeks to all current Miami faculty, staff, and students. There are also changes coming to Miami’s current video conferencing tools - Webex and Google Meet.
FSB accountancy prof creates virtual training sessions for KPMG interns
Most summers, Brian Ballou would be a familiar face in some KPMG offices, but this summer he's reaching his audience in a new way.
Global Miami Plan is undergoing a redesign
The Global Miami Plan is undergoing review and the redesign committee is encouraging feedback through its new Canvas site.