Miami Media Highlights Feb. 6-12
Miami Media Highlights Feb. 6-12
Black News Portal, Feb. 12: TSU Makes Grammy History
This article reports on TSU Grammy history and quotes Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music.
Local 12, Feb. 9: Local researchers use rats to study gambling addiction therapy
This article about gambling addiction quotes Jason Osborne, professor of Statistics, and Matthew McMurray, assistant professor of Psychology, and mentions their research affiliation with Miami’s Institute for Responsible Gaming, Lotteries, and Sports.
Dayton Daily News, Feb 8: Miami University basketball games free this weekend for ‘Love.Honor.Care’ event
This article reports on two Miami University basketball games that will be open to the public for free this weekend to raise funds for local cancer support organizations.
Ideastream Public Media, Feb 8: 'No one else has a commitment like this': The two Miamis on their unique partnership
This article reports on how participating Miami University students and faculty visited the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and participated in ceremonies and the gathering of both cultures.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 8: Ron DeSantis and the Specter of Lynne Cheney
Steven Conn, W.E. Smith Professor of History, authored this article on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and his announced banning of a new AP course on African American studies.
Journal-News, Feb 7: High School esports teach sportsmanship, teamwork
This article reports on how participating in esports teams can teach students sportsmanship and teamwork. Robert Hanes, assistant professor of Emerging Technology in Business + Design, is quoted. This story also appeared in:
- Dayton Daily News, Feb 7: High School esports teach sportsmanship, teamwork
Inside Higher Education, Feb 6: Academic Success Tip: Encourage Growth With SMART Goals
This article reports on how implementing SMART goals into your classroom can help keep students out of an “I can’t do this” mindset. David Woods, associate professor of Computer and Information Technology, is quoted.
WalletHub, Feb 6: Super Bowl Fun Facts – The Big Game By The Numbers
This article discusses the facts about the upcoming Super Bowl and features a Q-and-A with Bo Li, assistant professor of Sport Leadership and Management.
Communication Intelligence online magazine, Feb.: What to Avoid When Needing an Apology to Succeed
A Q-and-A with Phillip Arceneaux, assistant professor of Media, Journalism, and Film, about what happens when our apology communication is judged by others as not landing well.
Times Higher Education, Feb. 2: A guide to the dos and don’ts of international partnerships
In this co-authored article, Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health, and Society, discusses how to navigate cultural issues as more universities seek to internationalize and expand their physical footprint around the globe.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Feb 1: College Fundraisers Need to Think Big, Use Data, and Innovate, Experts Advise
Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health, and Society, was quoted in this article about how colleges and universities can maximize fundraising by focusing on having a big vision that is strategically backed by data.