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Miami Media Highlights Aug. 21-27

Miami Media Highlights Aug. 21-27

Journal-News, Aug. 27: Butler County economic indicators: Foreclosures, evictions likely to jump
Bill Even, professor emeritus of Economics, is quoted in this article about economic indicators in Butler County.

NPR, Weekend Edition,  Aug. 26: Looking back on the music that accompanied the march on Washington 60 years ago
This radio broadcast story features Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music. Kernodle highlights the impact of music on civil rights from artists such as Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and Peter, Paul and Mary. This story has been played on more than 79 NPR stations.

Cultivating Place, Aug. 25: Back to School: The Institute for Food Farm at Miami University of Ohio
Miami’s Institute for Environment and Sustainability and the Institute for Food Farm were featured in a North State Public Radio podcast about the ways plant and horticultural information are integrated into the daily life of the university’s curriculum.

NBC - WLWT, Ch. 5, Aug. 25: Mother, daughter given same dorm room 33 years apart
This article tells the story of Laura Bowling and her daughter, Sarah, of Mason, being assigned to the same residence hall room at Miami 33 years apart. This story has been picked up by more than 81 news outlets. 

Journal-News, Aug. 24: Oxford to welcome Miami University students back with biggest Red Brick Friday event yet
This article focuses on students returning to Miami’s Oxford campus and the upcoming Red Brick Friday event on Sept. 1.

CBS - WKRC, Ch. 12. Aug. 24: 10 new things at Miami University this school year
This article highlights 10 new additions on the Miami University campus as students begin the 2023-2024 academic year. 

Fairborn Daily Herald, Aug. 24: Finding Buried Treasure
This article was written by Doug Ward, professor of Mathematics. The article refers to the buried treasure of the biblical King David.

Investing News Network, Aug. 24: 10 Natural Gas Facts for Investors
This article quotes Michael Brudzinski, professor of Geology and Environmental Earth Science. Brudzinski addresses fracking resulting in small earthquakes., Aug. 22: Myaamia Center Pilots Indigenizing the Curriculum Community of Learning
This article was written by Sandra Garner and Andrew Sawyer, Myaamia Center outreach team, to illustrate the joint efforts of Miami University’s College of Education, Health, and Society and the Myaamia Center pilot program with curriculum.

The Messenger, Aug. 22: Biden’s ‘EVolution’: A Race Against Consumer Choice?
This OpEd article focuses on the Biden administration's proposed regulations calling for 67 percent of all new vehicles to be electric by 2032. The article was written by Brigham McCown, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Political Science.

Newswise, Aug. 22: Cybersecurity center names new leader
This article announces the new director of cybersecurity at the Research and Education Networks Information Sharing and Analysis Center (REN-ISAC). John Virden, chief information security officer at Miami and a member of the REN-ISAC steering committee, is quoted in the article., Aug. 21: Three Ohio Cities make Top 50 Best College Towns in America List
Oxford, Ohio, home of Miami University, made the Top 50 Best College Towns list by WalletHub. Also included in the top 50 are Columbus and Cincinnati.