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Miami Media Highlights Jan. 3 to Jan. 9

Miami Media Highlights Jan. 3 to Jan. 9

The Wire China, Jan. 9: Who’s the Boss?

This article reports on a lawsuit against NYU Shanghai exposing some tensions and limitations of American universities operating in China. Jason Lane, dean of College of Education, Health and Society, is quoted. Subscription may be required

Dallas Art Dealers, Jan. 8: Tammy Kernodle talks about developing the Harlem Renaissance Festival

This online video interview features Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music, as she shares her collaboration with New World Symphony, developing the Harlem Renaissance festival. 

Inside Higher Ed, Jan. 7: Curriculum Incentive Plan Prompts Political Backlash

This article reports on incentives being offered to universities to incorporate equity and social justice into courses. Katherine Cho, assistant professor of Educational Leadership, is quoted. 

Tickertech, Jan. 5: PsyBio Therapeutics Establishes Research and Development Laboratory to Facilitate Portfolio Development Progress

This article reports on PsyBio Therapeutics expanding upon previously established research collaboration with Miami University. Additional reports on this topic appeared in about 10 other articles. 

NPR WVXU, Jan. 4: Local universities delay the start of the spring semester due to omicron. Here are their plans

The article reports on Miami’s plan to start the spring semester as scheduled, with continued monitoring of the pandemic’s impact

Fox WXIX Ch. 19, Jan. 4: Miami mask requirement remains in effect through the winter term

This news segment reports on Miami University continuing their mask requirement through the winter term.