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Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in March

Our editors' picks for March give a snapshot of recent news media coverage

Excellence and Expertise

Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in March

See all weekly Miami Media Highlights on our University News and Events website. 

CBS, WHIO-TV7, Ch. 7, March 24: Nationwide bank failures could pose challenges to personal loans, small businesses

  • This article quotes Ejindu (EJ) Ume, associate professor of Economics, discussing recent bank failures and their impacts on high net worth investors.

U.S. News & World Report, March 22: Are Personal Loans Taxable?

  • This article quotes Michele Frank, associate professor of Accountancy, explaining a specific situation in which personal loans could be taxable.

AARP, March 21: Decline in COVID-19 Case Rates in Nation's Nursing Homes Stalls

  • This article features the data derived from the AARP Nursing Home Covid-19 Dashboard which is a collaboration between AARP Public Policy Institute and Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University.

Journal-News, March 19: Schools give more focus to student mental health care as Miami University program offers support

  • This article reports on how Miami’s “Project Aware” and School-Based Center of Excellence (SBCOE) for Prevention and Early Intervention is helping the emotional health of area K-12 students. Deb Robison, SBCOE director of outreach and collaboration, is quoted.

Spectrum News 1, March 16: Ohio professor discusses inflation challenges

  • Nam Vu, assistant professor of Economics, is featured in a segment about the ongoing challenges of inflation. 

Business Breaking News, March 16: How Remote And Hybrid Work Alters Career Paths

  • Darryl Rice, assistant professor of Management, is quoted in this article about paths for career advancement in virtual organizations.

Cincinnati Enquirer, Mar. 14: Students are using artificial intelligence at school. Here's why teachers aren't panicking

  • This article discusses the use of AI and ChatGPT by students. Elizabeth Wardle, director of the Howe Institute for Writing Excellence, and Brenda Quaye, assistant director for Academic Integrity, are quoted. (Subscription may be required to view this article)

The EvoLLLution, March 14: Bringing Will and Creativity to Student Success

  • Miami University President Gregory Crawford; Jayne Brownell, vice president for Student Life; and Brent Shock, vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Success, penned this article on student retention.

Soapbox Cincinnati, March 14: CPS and Miami team up to address teacher shortages and grow a more diverse workforce

  • Nathaniel Bryan, assistant professor of Teaching, Curriculum, and Educational Inquiry, is quoted in this article on Miami’s TEACh Cincinnati partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools.

Local 12, March 13: Miami University extends admission policy change caused by pandemic into 2026

  • Brent Shock, vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Success, and Associated Student Government President Amitoj Kaur are featured in this broadcast story about Miami extending optional admission testing into 2026. 

Florida State News, March 13: Tanks for the memories: How Putin has changed Russian film

  • Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Russian History, authored this article detailing how two films about tanks show how Vladimir Putin rules Russian culture.

EdTech, March 4:  Higher Ed IT Leaders Discuss 2023 Tech Trends

  • This article features four Higher Ed IT leaders discussing tech trends for 2023. David Seidl, vice president for IT and CIO at Miami, is included as an industry expert.

Dayton Daily News, March 1: Miami University student group wants ‘morning-after’ birth control vending machine

  • This article reports on Miami being the first school in Ohio to make emergency contraception pills more accessible on campus.