Miami Media Highlights March 13-19
Miami Media Highlights March 13-19
7wData, March 19: Building a Modern Data Stack
David Seidl, vice president for information technology and chief information officer, is quoted in this article about organizations pursuing a “more modern data stack.” Additional reports on this topic also appeared in:
- CMS Wire, March 16: Modern Data Stacks Are Key to Digital Transformation
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.
IT Pro Today, March 17: Critical Thinking: The Overlooked IT Management Skill
Skip Benamati, professor of Information Systems and Analytics, is quoted in this article on how IT leaders can benefit from critical thinking. Additional reports on this topic also appeared in:
- Networking Computing, March 16: Critical Thinking: The Overlooked IT Management Skill
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.
Air Force Material Command, March 16: Robotics competition teaches kids teamwork, STEM
Clark Kelly, assistant dean of external relations and communications for the College of Engineering and Computing, is quoted in this article on the FIRST Tech Challenge Ohio State championship, which features teams of students in grades 7-12 who design, build, and program robots. Kelly was the emcee for the championship.
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.
The Dallas Morning News, Mar. 15: ‘It’s a wildfire’: Texas sports betting debate prompts worries over gambling addiction
This article discusses the probability of gambling addiction following the new legislature in Texas. Matthew McMurray, assistant professor of Psychology, is quoted. McMurray is credited with the story’s title, ‘It’s a wildfire.’ (Subscription may be required to view this article)
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)
Journal-News, March 14: Miami University ramps up national marketing efforts
This article reports on Miami’s new “Power of Will” brand campaign. Miami University President Gregory Crawford; Jessica Rivinius, vice president and chief marketing communications officer; and Christian Ponce, senior director of marketing and communications, are quoted.
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
This broadcast story discusses Miami extending the optional admission testing into 2026. Featured in the story is Brent Shock, vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Success, and Associated Student Government President Amitoj Kaur.
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.