Miami Media Highlights March 28 to April 3
Miami Media Highlights March 28 to April 3
CNN, April 3: Experts: Religion Crucial to Putin’s Goal of Empire
This article reports on the war in Ukraine and the Russian Orthodox church. Scott Kenworthy, associate professor of Comparative Religion, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- The Wall Street Journal, April 3: In a Pennsylvania Town, a Ukrainian Church and its Russian Neighbor Navigate Wartime Tensions.
Journal-News, April 3: Bluegrass is Highlight of ‘Down Home, Downtown’ program at Miami Regionals Center
This article reports on Miami University Regionals Downtown Hamilton Center and Miami’s Appalachian Studies program presenting live, free bluegrass music each month. John Vaughn, coordinator of Miami University Regionals Downtown Hamilton Center, is quoted.
This article reports on the “Critical Practice” art exhibition, which features work from Master of Fine Arts students from Miami University.
El Nacional CAT, April 3: Radiography of Russia: Putin and his behavioral changes
This article reports on changes in Putin’s behavior since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst professor of Russian history, is quoted.
NBC, April 2: Best Colleges in Ohio
This article reports on Miami University being among the best colleges in the state of Ohio. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Stacker, March 23: Best Colleges in Ohio
Dayton Daily News, April 1: Miami University Changes Dining Services; Departing Management Group Announces Layoffs
This article reports on dining services changes at Miami University.
Becker’s Hospital Review, March 31: Nursing home staff laws would cost $4.9B per year: 4 study findings
This article reports on a recent study regarding implementation of a federal minimum staffing standard for nursing homes. John Bowblis, professor of Economics and Research Fellow at Scripps Gerontology Center, is quoted.
Journal News, March 30: Miami names new men’s basketball coach
This article reports on Miami University hiring new men’s head basketball coach, Travis Steele. Additional reports on this topic appeared in multiple outlets:
- Dayton Daily-News, March 30: Miami names new men’s basketball coach
- The Columbus Dispatch, March 30: Travis Steele, Xavier head coach for past four seasons, named Miami RedHawks’ head coach
- The Enquirer, April 1: Travis Steele, Xavier head coach for past four seasons, named Miami RedHawks’ head coach
- Daily Advent, March 30: Former Xavier head coach Travis Steele to lead Miami men’s basketball
- Fox 19, March 31: Travis Steele lands new gig after departing Xavier
- Cincinnati Business Courier, March 31: Miami hires ex-Xavier coach to head men’s basketball program
- WKRC, March 31: Former Xavier coach Steele takes over at Miami
Sioux City Journal, March 30: Buena Vista University Students team with Miami University to Spotlight Storm Lake Residents
This article reports on Buena Vista University students participating with students at Miami University as part of the “Small Town, Big World” project to document Storm Lake.
Events Near Here, March 30: How to Create an Inclusive and Engaged Staff Wellness
This article reports on Miami University partnering with Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. to train Ohio businesses about the importance of psychological safety and mental health wellness in the workplace.
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, March 29: Russia’s war has chilling effect on climate science as Arctic temperatures soar
This article reports on the effects that Russia’s war on Ukraine has on Arctic climate change progress. Jessica McCarty, associate professor of Geography, is quoted. Additonal reports on this topic appeared in:
- Conversations on Vietnam Development, April 4: Russia’s war has chilling effect on climate science as Arctic temperatures soar
PBS WOUC, March 29: Freedom Summer of '64
This broadcast reports on the role Western College for Women played in the Civil Rights Movement. Tammy L. Brown, associate professor of History, is featured.
Journal-News, March 29: Miami University to host final Ohio U.S. Senate Republican primary debate
This article reports on the final Ohio U.S. Senate Republican primaries being hosted by Miami University. John Forren, chair and associate professor of Political Science, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- Dayton Daily News, March 29: Miami University to host final Ohio U.S. Senate Republican primary debate
- NBC WLWT 5, March 30: WLWT News 5 to broadcast live Ohio US Senate debate
Journal-News, March 29: Most Ohio counties lost population between July 2020 and July 2021, including Butler
This article reports on the natural population decrease seen in most counties in Ohio due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Robert Graham, research scholar for the Scripps Gerontology Center, is quoted.