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07/15/2019
David Creamer on optimizing university resources
Chronicle.com, July 14 (subscription may be required)
07/10/2019
STEAM-powered and DIY: Mixing art, neurobiology and renovations in Pearson Hall
Amanda Rainey (Miami '13), graduate student in neurobiology with adviser Dawn Blitz, poses with her artwork, a (much) larger-than-life depiction of her research.Like in the 1966 science fiction film “Fantastic Voyage,” passersby can view a larger-than-life painting of the inner world of neurons. You can visualize, on a giant scale, the central nervous system of the Jonah crab, to be more exact.
07/09/2019
Bob De Schutter uses grandmother’s war stories to inspire creation of video game
Gamasutra.com, July 8 (subscription may be required)
07/09/2019
Miami researchers’ findings in machine learning and predicting short-term stock prices
Advisor News.com, July 8 (subscription may be required)
07/09/2019
Award-winning collaboration “HumanitiesWorks” uses data to disprove public perception
Student working on architecture project in the studio at Alumni Hall. Major at your own risk. That’s often the public perception of students who choose to study philosophy over finance or English over engineering.
07/09/2019
Make Youth Sport Less About Adults. More About Children.
Dr. Melissa Chase, Co-Author of Best Practice for Youth SportToday, youth sport is big business that’s become far more about the adults, which has led to a hyper-competitive culture that’s pushing children to become elite athletes at younger and younger ages