Miami Media Highlights, Nov. 15-Nov. 21
Miami Media Highlights, Nov. 15-Nov. 21
Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 19: A Relationship Forged From a Rocky Past
This article reports on Miami University partnering with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Daily Advent, Nov. 19: A Relationship Forged From a Rocky Past
Asia News Day, Nov. 18: How empty boxes worsened stress on the US supply Chain
This article reports on Supply Chain issues in the United States. Lisa Ellram, University Distinguished Professor professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management,management, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Duk News, Nov. 19: How Empty boxes worsened stress on the US supply chain
- Native Newspost, Nov. 19: US supply chain strains divide ‘big box’ and small stores
The Washington Post, Nov. 18: The journalist who inspired Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
This article reports on Abraham Lincoln’s inspiration for the Gettysburg Address. Martin P. Johnson, professor of History is quoted.
Southern Jewelry News, Nov. 17: 20-pound gold nugget, largest ever discover in Alaska heads to auction
This article reports on research of gold crystals by John Rakovan, professor of Geology and Environmental Earth Science. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Global Travel Media, Nov. 15: Rare Museum-Quality 20-Pound Gold Nugget, the Largest Ever Discovered in Alaska, Heads to Auction at $700,00 to $1m
- Art Daily, Nov. 17: Museum Quality 20-pound gold nugget, the largest ever discovered in Alaska, Heads to auction
- The Epoch Times, Nov. 24: Largest Gold Nugget Found In Alaska Weighs 20 Pounds-to Fetch $700,000 to $1.2 Million at Auction
The Washington Post, Nov. 17: Lawmakers advance bill to reduce wildfire impacts as climate change fuels more intense blazes
This article reports on bills being put in place to help reduce the spread of wildfire. Jessica McCarty, associate professor of Geography is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- MSN, Nov.17: Lawmakers advance bill to reduce wildfire impacts as climate change fuels more intense blazers
Fast company, No. 17: You Should still take sick days-even if you're working remotely
This article, written by Scott Dust, professor of Management reports on working remotely.
World Scholarship Forum, Nov. 17: What Are Public Ivy League Schools? Overview and Features
This article reports on Miami being listed as prestigious Public Ivy League school
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, Nov. 17: What Lies Ahead for U.S.-Asia Higher Education Partnerships?
This article reports on the future of U.S. and Asia higher education partnerships. Jason Lane, dean and professor of College of Education, Health and Society, is quoted.
This article reports on the book, ‘Toward a BlackBoyCrit Pedagogy’, written by Nathaniel Bryan, assistant professor of Teacher Education. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Daily Advent, Nov. 17: New book explores how schools fail black boys and how to fix the system
- WVXU, Nov. 18: New Book By Nathaniel Bryan (Radio)
Investing News, Nov. 16: 10 Natural Gas Facts for Investors
This article reports on natural gas facts. Michael Brudzinski, professor of Geology is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Newso Time, Nov. 16: 10 Basic Natural Gas Facts for Investors to Know
KCFR, Nov.16: Miami University Newspaper (TV Eye)
This radio broadcast discusses the success of the Miami Student newspaper.
Washington Post, Nov. 16: Opinion: Inflation drives people nuts. When will Democrats wise up?
This op ed reports on inflation in the United States. John Forren, associate professor of Justice and Community Studies, is quoted.
Entrepreneur, Nov. 16: Top 50 Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurs in 2022
This article reports on the best universities in the world for entrepreneurship. Miami University is ranked #13 overall and #4 in the Midwest. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Content Krush, Nov. 16: Top 50 Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurs in 2022
ABC Radio International Counterpoint Podcast, Nov. 15: Positive and Negative
This podcast reports on Nature Fast and Slow: How Life Works, from Fractions of a Second to Billions Years. Author Nicholas Money, professor of Biology and director of the Western Program, is featured.
Forbes, Nov. 15: 15 Effective Examples Of Emotional Marketing Brands Can Learn From
This article reports on effective examples of emotional marketing brands can learn from. Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer,is quoted.
Journal News, Nov. 15: Oxford City Council continues Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area talks
This article reports on topics discussed at Oxford’s City Council meeting, including allocating funds to the College@Elm project in order to build a new parking lot on West Elm Street..
Indiana Historical Society, Nov. 15: Indigenous History in Indiana: Treaties and the Complexity of Language Preservation
This article reports on the revitalization of the Myaamia language. The Myaamia Center is mentioned for its dedication to reviving Miami language and culture.