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Miami Media Highlights Nov. 13-19

Miami Media Highlights Nov. 13-19

ABC-WCPO, Ch. 9, Nov. 17: Top 9 ice skating rinks in the Tri-State
WCPO reporter Molly Schramm highlights the top nine ice skating rinks in the Tri-State. Miami’s Goggin Ice Center is featured.

NPR-WVXU, Ch. 91.7, Nov. 16: Journalist Wil Haygood will leave his collection of writings and documents to Miami University
Journalist and author Wil Haygood will leave his collected works, notes, and documents to his alma mater. He made the announcement while accepting the university's Freedom Summer of ’64 Award on Nov. 14.

The Conversation, Nov. 16: Colleges face gambling addiction among students as sports betting spread
This article written by Jason Osborne, professor of Statistics, reveals a rising gambling addiction among college students. Osborne shares an estimated 2-3% of adults in the U.S. have a gambling problem. This number doubles to nearly 6% for college students.

WalletHub, Nov. 15: Holiday Budgets by City (2023)
Yao Jin, associate professor of Management, shares that this is the season of inflation (inflated prices, inflated interest rates and inflated cost of returns). Jin cautions consumers to be mindful of purchases due to high interest rates (over previous years).

HR Leader, Nov. 16: How to build a tech-savvy workforce
This article highlights today’s multi-generational workforce and the use of technology. The author references a recent article by Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management and Leadership. Gerhardt recommends keeping all employees up to date with business operations, including technology.

SecurityInfoWatch, Nov. 15: The emergence of zero trust network access in remote and hybrid work
This article references a study published by the Farmer School of Business finding that remote employees demonstrate higher levels of cybersecurity awareness than their colleagues who work primarily in the office.

Journal-News, Nov. 13: AI will ‘completely change’ educational world leaders say
This story on AI use in the realm of higher education quotes Yvette Kelly-Fields, director of development for Miami’s Regional campuses. Kelly-Fields said students are taught to think critically and use AI as a tool.