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Miami Media Highlights Dec. 11-17

Miami Media Highlights Dec. 11-17

Dayton Daily News, Dec. 17: Author ponders rural America’s outsized political power
This article provides a review on the book, “The Lies of the Land: Seeing Rural America for What It Is―and Isn’t,” by Steven Conn, W.E. Smith Professor of History.

Forbes, Dec, 16: My One Big Tech-Fueled Prediction for 2024: AI ‘Vanishes’
This article provides predictions for AI in the year of 2024. David Seidl, vice president for information technology and CIO, is quoted.

CBS-WKRC, Local 12, Dec. 14: Miami football coach, some players discuss facing Appalachian State in Cure Bowl
Chuck Martin, Miami football coach, and the RedHawks visit Universal Studio and speak to the media ahead of the Dec. 16 Cure Bowl.

AARP, Dec. 14: COVID-19 Nursing Home Deaths Climb Ahead of Expected Winter Surge
AARP reports on COVID-19 statistics. This analysis is provided by AARP Public Policy Institute and Miami’s Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University.

TIME, Dec. 13: The Best Colleges for Future Leaders
TIME magazine has released its list of the 100 best colleges for future leaders. Miami ranks at No. 35, the highest ranked institution in Ohio.

Dayton Business Journal, Dec. 12: Dayton-area university names new leader of college of education
This article announces that Amity Noltemeyer has been named interim dean of Miami’s College of Education, Health, and Society.

Cincinnati Enquirer, Dec. 12: Our Favorite Photos of 2023
This article includes the favorite photos taken by Cincinnati Enquirer photographers during 2023. A photo from Upham Hall on Miami’s Oxford campus made the list.

The Messenger, Dec. 11: Are Your Favorite Apps Acting Dodgy? AI May Be the Reason Why
This article investigates the reasons that apps may not working properly. Matt Crain, associate professor of Media and Communication, is quoted.