Skip to Main Content

Miami Media Highlights March 20-26

Miami Media Highlights March 20-26

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.

Do317 Indianapolis, March 24: Wayne C. Wentzel Lecture Series: Dr. Tammy Kernodle: “This Music is Black Music: Mary Lou Williams And The Re-framing of Jazz’s

This article highlights a speaker series featuring Tammy Kernodle, Distinguished Professor of Music.   

US 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.

Michigan Live, Mar. 21: Urban gardens, flowerpots help bees and butterflies more than you think

This article about the importance of urban pollinators quotes researcher Kevin Matteson, associate director and instructor for the MA/MAT program Project Dragonfly. 

CBS, WHIO-TV7, Ch. 7, Mar. 21:  Banking Collapse: How this compares to '08 crisis

This broadcast news story features Ejindu (EJ) Ume, associate professor of Economics, who feels the Fed is taking the right steps in order to not drop to the same level of severity as 2008.

CBS, WKBN – Ch. 27, March 21: Bill would ban faculty strikes, teaching ‘controversial beliefs’ at Ohio colleges

This article reports on Senate Bill 83, known as the “Higher Education Enhancement Act.” Theresa Kulbaga, professor of English and of Languages, Literatures, and Writing, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic can be found on:

AARP, March21: 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.

CBS, WHIO – TV7, Ch. 7, Mar. 20: Silicon Valley Bank collapse: What it means for your money

This broadcast news story features Ejindu (EJ) Ume, associate professor of Economics, discussing the unfolding banking crisis and what this means for individuals.