Our editors' picks for November provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage.
See all weekly Miami Media Highlights on our University News and Events website.
Here are the latest headlines:
- Darryl Rice, assistant professor of Management, is quoted in this article that reports on the effects being laid off can have on a person’s mental health.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov. 8: When Dating Violence Is a Taboo Topic
- Veronica Barrios, assistant professor of Family Science and Social Work, is quoted in this article about how colleges struggle to make sexual assault education culturally relevant.
Daily JSTOR, Nov. 7: The Scholars Charting Black Music’s Timeline: Tammy Kernodle & Stephanie Shonekan
- The expertise of Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music, is highlighted in this article about the scholars who are charting the timeline of Black music.
Immersive Learning News, Nov. 7: What does the ‘metaverse’ mean for education?
- Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology and Management, is quoted in this article about what the metaverse is and what it means for the growth of education.
The Hechinger Report, Nov. 14: Want resilient and well-adjusted kids? Let them play
- Doris Bergen, distinguished professor emeritus of Educational Psychology, is quoted in this article about the psychological benefits of letting children play and the effects of play on education and socialization.
Dayton Daily News, Nov. 18: Miami University’s entrepreneurial program wins highest ranking in its history
- This article reports on Miami’s John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship being rated No. 9 in the world and No. 5 among public universities. Additional reports on this topic appeared in
- Yahoo News, Nov. 18: Miami University's entrepreneurial program wins highest ranking in its history
Aacimotaatiiyankwi, Nov. 22: weeyakiteeheeyankwi neepwaantiiyankwi ‘Celebrating Learning from Each Other’
- This story highlights the 50th anniversary of the relationship between Miami University and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and the festivities that marked this milestone.
Mail Online, Dec. 3: Beers for breakfast! Team USA fans rise early (on a SATURDAY!) for do-or-die World Cup clash with Holland by lining up at bars and packing into outdoor watch parties in freezing temperatures
- This article reports on fans, including Miami students, packing into bars such as Brick Street in Oxford to support the U.S. Men's National Soccer team. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
- The New York Daily Paper, Dec. 3: American Football Fans Wake Up Early (On A SATURDAY!) For A World Cup Clash With Holland
- Whatsnew2day, Dec. 3: American soccer fans rise early (on a SATURDAY!) for do-or-die World Cup clash with Holland
L'Équipe, Dec. 3: Avant Pays-Bas-États-Unis, le soccer gagne le coeur des Américains (Before Netherlands-USA, soccer wins the hearts of Americans)
- Adam Beissel, assistant professor of Sport Leadership and Management, is quoted in this article from a French nationwide daily newspaper about the undeniable excitement over the U.S. Men’s National Soccer team ahead of their match against the Netherlands.