Miami Media Highlights Jan. 24 to Jan. 30
Miami Media Highlights Jan. 24 to Jan. 30
Journal News, Jan. 30: College Student Researched Art that is Part of Exhibit at Miami University Museum
This article reports on new spring art exhibitions at the Miami University Art Museum. Jason Shaiman, curator of exhibitions, is quoted.
This article reports on employers expecting employees to work while ill and lack of sick pay. Kevin Reuning, assistant professor of Political Science, is quoted.
CSPAN2, Jan. 30: Colorization: One Hundred Years of Black Films in a White World
In this broadcast, Wil Haygood, Boadway Distinguished Scholar and residence professor of Media, Journalism and Film, discusses his book, ‘Colorization: One Hundred Years of Black Films in a White World.’
This article, written by Gregory Crawford, President of Miami University, discusses the crucial role culture plays in an organization's success. He writes that organizations need a clear understanding of what a vision is, what a mission is, how they are distinct, and how they complement one another. . Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Newsbreak, Jan. 28: An Organizational Vision And Mission For A New World And Workplace: Part 1
The Enquirer, Jan. 28: Reactions: Philadelphia Eagles' Brandon Brooks, former Miami RedHawks standout, retires
This article reports on former Miami RedHawk, Brandon Brooks, announcing his retirement. Stories in other outlets in the past week have made similar mentions, including ESPN, NFL, and NBC Sports Philadelphia.
Cleveland Plain Dealer, Jan. 28: ‘Immediate jeopardy:’ Ohio nursing home inspections reveal errors, deception preceded deadly COVID-19 outbreaks
This article reports on Scripps Gerontology Center research on Covid-19 in nursing homes. Jane Straker, adjunct associate professor and director of research, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Ohio Capital Journal
- News Leportale
Journal News, Jan.28: TV ‘Shark Tank’ competitors who are Miami University grads ink multi-million deal
This article reports on Miami University graduates landing a multi-million dollar deal on ‘Shark Tank’. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- WCPO, Jan. 28: TV ‘Shark Tank’ competitors who are Miami University grads ink multi-million deal
- Yahoo News, Jan. 28: TV ‘Shark Tank’ competitors who are Miami University grads ink multi-million deal.
- Dayton Daily News, Jan. 28: TV ‘Shark Tank’ competitors who are Miami University grads ink multi-million deal
- Journal News, Jan.28: 5 uplifting stories: Miami University grads ink multi-million dal, 20 years of Neal’s Famous BBQ and more
Jason Feifer’s Build for Tomorrow, Jan. 27: Why People Can’t Write, and How to Fix That
In this podcast, Elizabeth Wardle, professor of English, discusses why we struggle to teach writing effectively, and how the problem goes back over a hundred years in the US.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Jan. 27: Only Ten Disability Cultural Centers Exist in the U.S. Institutions
This article reports on institutional disability cultural centers in the U.S. Stephanie Dawson, director of Miller Center for Student Disability Services, is quoted.
Poets&Quants For Undergrads, Jan. 27: Wharton Again Tops Poets&Quants’ Best Undergraduate Business School Rankings
This article reports on Miami University’s Farmer School of Business graduates having an employment rate of higher than 99%.
Grunge, Jan 26: What Defines Each Generation?
This article reports on the similarities and differences between each generation from the Lost Generation to Gen Z. Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management, is quoted.
Journal News, Jan. 26: New enrollment director chosen at Miami University Regionals
This article reports on Miami University Regionals’ appointing a new enrollment director. Ande Durojaiye, vice president and dean of Miami University Regionals, and Amanda Means, director of Regional Enrollment and Admissions, are quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Yahoo News, Jan. 26: New enrollment director chosen at Miami University Regionals
Liberal Education, Jan. 26: What the Pandemic Taught Us
This article, written by Gregory Crawford, President of Miami University, reports on liberal education.
Knoxpages, Jan. 26: MVNU taking opening Minds through Art program to The Laurels of Mount Vernon
This article reports on the partnership between Scripps Gerontology Center and The Mount Vernon University Speech Language Pathology and Audiology to integrate The Opening Minds through Art (OMA) program.
Verywell Health, Jan.25: Teachers Are Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis, Too
This article reports on research conducted by Miami University concluding that teachers are facing a mental health crisis amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Deb Robison, project administrator for Center of School-Based Mental Health Programs is quoted.
CincyInno, Jan. 24: Miami U-backed accelerator names new cohort
This article reports on the Miami University Redhawk Launch Accelerator program new cohort. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- The Business Journal, Jan. 24: Miami U-backed accelerator names new cohort
Floyd County Chronicle, Jan. 24: Keeping the Dream Alive on MLK Day
This article reports on new ways to help overcome systemic racial and cultural barriers. Rodney Coates, professor of Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted.
WVXU, Jan. 24: The Great Resignation
This broadcast discusses the great resignation. Peter Nencka, assistant professor of Economics ,is featured.