Compiled by university news and communications
Our editors' picks for February provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage:
Le Devoir, Feb. 26: Russian and Ukraine, enemy brothers
- Interview with Stephen Norris, director of the Haviguhurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the complex history of relations between the two countries.
Indian Country Today, Feb. 24: Miami Tribe Donates $2 Million to the Myaamia Center
- Daryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center, is quoted in this story about the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma donating $2 million to the Myaamia Center.
Miami Herald, Feb. 11: Rams assistant Chris Shula carving his own coaching legacy among rich family history
- Feature on Miami alumnus Chris Shula, his Ohio roots, and the success he’s had in coaching. Additional articles appeared in more than 15 other outlets, including the Kansas City Star, Idaho Statesman, and the Fresno Bee.
- Riley Acton, assistant professor of Economics, is quoted in this article about the U.S. seeking to train workers for infrastructure jobs through community colleges that are underfunded.
U.S. News and World Report, Feb. 4: What to Know About Ethnic Studies Degrees
- Rodney Coates, professor of Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted in this article about Ethnic Studies degrees and the value they can offer to nearly any profession.
- John Forren, chair and associate professor of Justice and Community Studies and executive director of Miami’s Menard Family Center for Democracy, is quoted in this article about claims that Mike Pence had the authority to overturn the 2020 presidential election.