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Miami Media Highlights April 17-23

Miami Media Highlights April 17-23

ScienceMag, April 20: Extraction influences seismicity at some hydraulic fracturing sites in Ohio
This article details the seismicity rate in Ohio caused by hydraulic fracturing. Michael Brudzinski, professor of Geology and Environmental Earth Science, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

Bloomberg, April 20: Retailers’ ‘Borderline Misleading’ Accounting Targeted by SEC

This article on public companies not complying with Securities and Commissions regulations features comments by Matthew Wieland, associate professor of Accountancy. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

Axios, April 19: How Central Ohio plans to help our aging population

This article on the demographic shift in Ohio shares data developed by Scripps Gerontology Center. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

Cincinnati Enquirer, April 19: Sean McVay's Miami University Cradle of Coaches induction, statue unveiling set for May 6
This article announces that Sean McVay, head coach of the Los Angeles Rams, will be inducted into Miami University's Cradle of Coaches on May 6  with a bronze statue unveiling. McVay played football at Miami 2004-2007. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

The City-County Observer, April 18: USI announces Distinguished Scholars presentation on Neepwaantiinki
This article announces that George Ironstrack, assistant director of the Myaamia Center, will be the featured speaker at the University of Southern Indiana Distinguished Scholar Series on April 19. Ironstrack will discuss the unique and reciprocal relationship between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University.

Future Ed, April 18: Research Notes: Does Extra Funding for Rural School Districts Make a Difference?
This article highlights Riley Acton, assistant professor of Economics, as a researcher on a working paper by the Annenberg Institute. The paper studies a rural school district in Wisconsin and the impact of scholarship dollars on the outcome of college enrollment and completion.

Journal-News, April 18: Miami University business law student gets prestigious scholarship
This article announces that Miami student Cameron Tiefenthaler is one of 62 college students nationwide to become a Harry S. Truman Scholar. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

Times Higher Education, April 18: Russian university’s China campus sends ‘strong signal’
Jason Lane, dean of Miami’s College of Education, Health, and Society, is quoted in this article about an aerospace institute on the southern island of Hainan that will become the first solo campus run by a Russian institution inside an Asian superpower.

Dayton Daily News, April 18:  Graduate debt-free at Miami University Regionals

This article highlights Miami University Regionals and the many options available such as Work+, online studies, and the College Credit Plus program for high school students. Senior Regional Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Moira Casey is quoted.

Energy Daily, April 17:  AFRL further backs longtime Liquid Crystal supplier to meet DOD needs

This article announces that AMI (AlphaMicron Inc.) partnered with Bowling Green University, Kent State University, and Miami University to develop next-generation electronically dimmable eye protection devices for the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL). Additional reports on this topic appeared on: