Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in July
See all weekly Miami Media Highlights on our University News and Events website.
Our editors' picks for July provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage:
- Nam Vu, assistant professor of Economics, is interviewed in this broadcast about the current economic climate.
Forbes, July 11: Will Inflation Stimulus Checks Make Inflation Better or Worse?
- Jonathan Wolff, associate professor of Economics, is quoted in this article about inflation and the inflation relief that some states are giving their residents.
CMSWire, July 18: How Should Organizations Consider Risk After the COVID-19 Crisis?
- David Seidl, vice president for information technology and Chief Information Officer, is quoted in this article about how organizations should consider risk after the COVID-19 crisis.
NPR The World, July 20: Brazil’s evangelicals work with the US on a political mission
- James Bielo, associate professor of Anthropology, is quoted in this broadcast about how Capitol Ministries and the growth of evangelical churches in Brazil began with ministries from the United States. This story was broadcast on more than 20 other outlets.
Education Week, July 28: ‘We Are Desperate, Too’: A Message From a Teacher-Educator
- Op-ed by Leah Wasburn-Moses, professor of Educational Psychology, about steps that higher ed and K-12 can take to help combat the teacher shortage and diversify the educator workforce.
- A recent study co-authored by Hannah Lee, associate professor of Marketing, is highlighted in this article. Their study found a positive correlation between advertising spending at the country level and happiness.