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Miami Media Highlights Sept. 4-10

Miami Media Highlights Sept. 4-10

FOX - WTTG, Ch. 5, Sept. 8: Mother and Daughter assigned to same dorm room
This story highlights a Miami University mother and daughter assigned to the same dorm room 33 years apart.

Cincinnati Magazine, Sept. 6: This Miami University Professor is Pioneering Psychedelic Research for Mental Health Treatment
This article features the work of Andrew Jones, associate professor of Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering, and his research work with psilocybin.

NPR, WVXU, Cincinnati Edition, Ch. 91.7, Sept. 6: Federal funds for higher education are now available to Ohioans with disabilities
This radio interview highlights an educational grant available for Ohioians with disabilities. Featured on the interview is Miami University student Caroline Mason.

Newswise, Sept. 6 FASEB Announces Inaugural Howard Garrison Advocacy Fellows
This article announces the FASEB inaugural Howard Garrison Advocacy Fellows. Joyce Fernandes, professor of Biology and director of Undergraduate Research, is one of nine to receive the honor.

Forbes, Sept. 5: KickGlass Connect: A Holistic Roadmap To Authenticity In Marketing
This article on holistic marketing was written by Gillian Oakenfull, professor of Marketing.

Illinois Eagles, Sept. 6: White men have controlled women's reproductive rights throughout American history – the post-Dobbs era is no different
This article by Rodney Coates, professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, focuses on the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision and originally appeared in the Conversation. 

The Conversation, Sept. 5: Saudi reforms are softening Islam’s role, but critics warn the kingdom will still take a hard line against dissent
This article was written by Nathan French, associate professor of Comparative Religion, and looks at reforms under the crown prince of Saudi Arabia.

Journal-News, Sept. 5: Partnerships give older adults new experiences, larger social circle
This article highlights the 20 year partnership that The Knolls of Oxford has shared with Miami University students.