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See where Miami and Miamians are making headlines

Our editors' picks for March provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage

See where Miami and Miamians are making headlines

Compiled by university news and communications

Miami Media Highlights displays selected media placements of contributions by Miamians and the local and global impact of the university. Updated weekly, it is accessible on the Miami News website.

Our editors' picks for March provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage:, March 2: How to raise resilient kids 

  • Anthony James, director of Miami’s family science program and interim vice president for institutional diversity, is interviewed and quoted about what parents can do to instill resilience in their children. This story also appeared in Yahoo! News

Parents Magazine, March 3: How to explain feminism in terms simple enough for a child 

  • Kimberly Hamlin, professor of history and global and intercultural studies, is interviewed and quoted about smart ways to talk to kids about what it means to be a feminist. This story also appeared in Yahoo! Life

 Journal-News, March 4: Miami returning to live classes in the fall 

 Thrive Global, March 13: Inspirational Women in STEM and Tech 

  • Beena Sukumaran, dean of the College of Engineering and Computing, is profiled in this article about her career and lessons in leadership. The article also appeared in Authority Magazine

Wall Street Journal, March 14: How one school district bridged the divide and reopened classrooms 

  • Julie Straub, director of Regional e-learning, is quoted about creating a parent support group in this article about reopening schools., March 15: Miami Regionals named best for ROI in state 

  • Several news outlets throughout the state reported on Miami University Regionals Hamilton Campus being ranked #1 for return on investment, including WLW-AM Radio and Spectrum News Columbus. 

Fast Company, March 16: How to design a plan to return to the office that works for introverts 

  • This article by Scott Dust, the Dr. John F. Mee Professor in Management, and Megan Connley, discusses how managers can make more conscientious decisions about returning to the office. 
Inside Higher Ed, March 18: Death to Silos
  • Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, wrote this piece about four ways that marketing and communication offices can bridge boundaries at universities to create collaborations that will create better paths to achieving institutional goals.

National Geographic, March 18: Fungi are key to our survival 

  • Nicholas Money, professor of biology, is interviewed and quoted in this National Geographic article about endangered species of mushrooms and the need for conservation efforts., March 19: Former Royals Legend Wayne Embry Earns Statue at Miami University 

  • This feature story on Wayne Embry (Miami ‘58) announces Miami’s new statue of him that will be unveiled this year at Miami and discusses Embry’s influence on basketball. Embry and Athletic Director David Sayler are quoted.

Forbes, March 21: Cargill has a new CFO 

  • More than 50 news outlets reported that Cargill Inc., the global food conglomerate, recently named Miami alumna Jamie Miller ‘90 as its chief financial officer. She is the first female CFO in Cargill’s 150-year history.