Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in January
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ABC News, Jan. 26: Historically Black TSU hopes for Grammy with gospel album
- Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music, is quoted about the importance of marching bands at HBCUs.
CNET, Jan. 20: The Obesity Paradox: How Fat Can Be Good for You
- This article about the obesity paradox cites Jeffrey Hunger, assistant professor of Psychology.
Cincinnati Business Courier, Jan. 11: Miami University names Jessica Rivinius as vice president and chief marketing communications officer
- Jessica Rivinius is named vice president and chief marketing communications officer. Rivinius and Miami University President Gregory Crawford are quoted.
Exystence Music Blog, Jan. 11: Jason Moran – From the Dancehall to the Battlefield (2023)
- Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music, is quoted in this article on the inspiration behind Jason Moran’s newest album.
The New York Times, Jan. 4: My Daughter Expects to Work. Will She Make Only $3.35 an Hour?
- This guest essay, written by Pepper Stetler, associate professor of Art, examines how to effectively support people with disabilities in the mainstream workforce.
Yahoo News, Dec. 27: Miami University selects next provost
- Miami University named Elizabeth Mullenix as its new provost and vice president for academic affairs. Mullenix, Jerome Conley, dean of libraries, and Miami University President Gregory Crawford are quoted in this article.
Business Insider, Dec. 24: Putin’s speeches invoke Russia’s fight against fascism in WWII to justify the war in Ukraine – and use propaganda strategies from Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, historian says
- Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Russian History, is featured in this Q&A regarding speeches delivered by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Miami University President Gregory Crawford writes about leadership in this column.