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Miami Media Highlights Aug. 1 to Aug. 7

Miami Media Highlights Aug. 1 to Aug. 7

Journal News, August 7: #MoveInMiami campaign, in its 9th year, aims to support various programs

This article reports on the continued campaign held by Miami University that aims to provide financial support to different programs within the university. 

Cincinnati Enquirer, August 4: When does fall semester for local colleges and universities start? Here's a look.

This article lists fall semester start dates for colleges and universities in Greater Cincinnati. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several media outlets including: 

ELearning Inside, August 4: Miami University Partners with Ohio DHE in new K-12 Edtech VentureI This This article reports on the recent partnership between the Ohio Department of Higher Education and Miami University to make a new series of Computational Thinking Modules now available for K-12 educator preparation programs across the state.

Journal News, August 3: Butler County shifts focus to general election in fewer than 100 days

This article reports on the upcoming general election. Miami student Sam Lawrence,  running as a representative for the 47th House is quoted. 

Forbes, August 3: Several Colleges And Universities Report Record Fundraising In 2021-22

This article reports on Miami University receiving its largest annual fundraising amount in its history. 

WCPO Cincinnati, August 2: Combating teacher burnout: Nationwide teacher shortage has experts worried about future of education

This article features Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health, and Society, and discusses how Miami University is working to combat the teacher shortage crisis. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 

Forbes, August 2: College Vaccine Mandates Saved Lives In Surrounding Community According To New Study

This article reports on a recent study that finds that college-imposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates for students reduced total U.S. COVID-19 deaths in fall 2021. Thestudy is co-authored by Riley  Acton, assistant professor of Economics. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several media outlets including: 

Forbes, August 1: Understanding The Value Of Art At Work

This article by Miami University President Gregory Crawford highlights the different ways that art holds value and ways that art can impact employees and the organization.