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Miami Media Highlights April 11 to April 17

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Miami Media Highlights April 11 to April 17

Journal-News, April 17: New book puts spotlight on Oxford’s historic homes

This article reports on a new book highlighting historic homes surrounding Miami University’s campus. 

Forbes, April 15: Three Tips For Cultivating Early-Career Professionals 

This article, written by Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing communications officer at Miami University,  discusses tips on how to help early career professionals grow. 

USA Today, April 15: Russia’s Victory Day on May 9 could mark key deadline in its invasion of Ukraine

This article reports on an upcoming national holiday in Russia that could be an important milestone in the invasion of Ukraine. Hannah Chapman, Dawisha assistant professor of Political Science, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several media outlets, including: 

Euronews, April 15: Religious order continues to support the war in Ukraine 

In a live TV news interview, Scott Kenworthy, associate professor of Comparative Religion, discussed the role the Russian Orthodox Church continues to play in the war in Ukraine. A link to this broadcast is not available. 

Brewminate, April 15: Church-State History in Russia: Why Their Church Is Backing Putin’s War

Written by Scott Kenworthy, associate professor of Comparative Religion, this article is about the history between church and state in Russia and why the church is supporting Putin’s War. 

Newsbreak, April 15: 4 Signs Your Perfectionism is Becoming Toxic at Work

This article reports on Miami University research findings on perfectionism in the workplace. Laurens Steed, John F Mee assistant professor of Management, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 

Cincinnati, April 14: Rob Summers, Miami RedHawks’ associate head coach, played for Bob Huggins at WVU

This article reports on Rob Summer, being named as associate head coach of Miami University Men's Basketball team. Travis Steele, Miami University Men’s Head Basketball coach, is quoted. 

AARP, April 14: COVID-19 Death Rate in Nursing Homes Plummets, but Experts Say it’s Still too High

This article reports on the AARP analysis findings, conducted by Miami University’s Scripps Gerontology Center that COVID-19 death rates in nursing homes are declining. 

Deadline, April 14: Hulu Orders Sammy Davis Jr. Limited Series From Lee Daniels, Elijah Kelley To Star

This article reports on the limited series, ‘The Candyman’ coming to the streaming service, Hulu. The series is based on Boadway Distinguished Scholar in Residence of Media, Journalism and Film, Wil Haygood’s book In “Black and White: The Life of Sammy Davis, Jr.”

Journal-News, April 13: Miami Regionals to hold Passport programs open to public

This article reports on upcoming Miami University Regionals Passport to Programming events for the rest of April and beginning of May. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 

Protocol, April 12: Need help focusing? Flow Club is like a remote study hall for workers.

This article reports on Flow Club, a virtual environment for workers to join together to focus on their personal work tasks. Julie Alexander, assistant teaching professor for the first year integrated core, is quoted. 

CBS WKRC Ch.l 12, April 12: Miami University Regionals offers two perfect bachelor's degree completion programs

This sponsored article reports on Miami University Regionals offering two bachelor degree completion programs, which provides students with the fastest path to a degree. Leland Spencer, chair and professor of Interdisciplinary and Communications Studies, is quoted.