Miami Media Highlights 9-26 to 10-2
Miami Media Highlights 9-26 to 10-2
Journal-News, Sept. 30: UniDiversity festival in Oxford highlights Latinx community
This article reports on s Miami University’s UniDiversity festival that kicked off the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month. . Jacqueline Rioja Velarde, associate director of Miami’s Center for American and World Cultures and chair of the UniDiversity Festival Planning committee, andEllis Rates, associate director of Intercultural Initiatives, is quoted.
National Geographic, Sept. 29: What comes after Omicron? New variants are emerging.
This article reports on what to expect next in the COVID-19 epidemic. Miami University’s Scripps School of Gerontology is mentioned for their partnership with AARP to collect data related to COVID-19 in nursing homes.
This article reports on the recent “NyQuil chicken” trend and whether or not the videos were trending before the FDA released a statement about the dangers of the recipe. Andrew Peck, assistant professor of Strategic Communication, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several media outlets including:
- WNews247, Sept. 29: Was cooking chicken in cold medicine a real trend?
- Yahoo Finance, Sept. 29: Were people actually eating NyQuil chicken? Viral challenge was the latest internet lore
Cincinnati Business Courier, Sept. 29: Not your standard StartupCincy Week: New format, speakers revealed for October event
This article reports on StartupCincy Week, which will take place Oct. 10-14. Gregory Crawford, president of Miami University, will be a featured speaker.
Inside Higher Ed, Sept. 28: Guest Post: It’s Never Too Late to Realize You’re a Writer
This article by Elizabeth Wardle, director of the Howe Center for Writing Excellence (HCWE) , announces the public kick off of the free, online, self-paced Miami Writing Institute and the mission of the vision of HCWE to change how people write and how writing is taught.
The Philadelphia Citizen, Sept. 28: LEARNING TO BECOME A WRITER WHO MAKES A DIFFERENCE
This article reports on the philanthropy of two Miami University alumni who established the Roger and Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence. The Center has now fully funded the free Miami Writing Institute for the public. The online course, based on the most current and effective scholarship on writing, is designed by Elizabeth Wardle, director of the Howe Center, in collaboration with her graduate students and staff.
Cincinnati Enquirer, Sept. 26: Opportunities are plentiful at Miami University Regionals
This article reports on the various opportunities available to students at the Miami University Regionals campuses.
Journal-News, Sept. 26: Miami’s Chuck Martin on win at Northwestern: ‘We did everything we needed to do’
This article reports on head football coach Chuck Martin’s view on winning against Northwestern .
Cincinnati Enquirer, Sept. 26: Miami U. tackles youth mental health crisis with $5 million state grant
This article reports on the grant awarded to Miami University that will be used to transform the Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs into the new School-Based Center of Excellence for Prevention and Early Intervention (SBCOE). Cricket Meehan, director of the Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several media outlets including:
- Dayton Daily News, Sept. 29: New initiative will provide Ohio teachers with mental health crisis training
- Journal-News, Sept. 29: New initiative will provide Ohio teachers with mental health crisis training
- Springfield News-Sun, Sept. 29: New initiative will provide Ohio teachers with mental health crisis training