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Miami Media Highlights Dec. 4-10

Miami Media Highlights Dec. 4-10

WKRC-TV Online, Dec. 9: Graham Nicholson wins Lou Groza award, first Miami football player to win major POTY honors
This story on Miami junior Graham Nicholson winning the 2023 Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicker Award notes Nicholson is the first player in program history to capture a national award. Stories on Nicholson also appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Dayton Daily News, and others.

Inside Higher Ed, Dec. 8: AI Won’t Replace Writing Instruction
Mandy Olejnik, assistant director of Writing Across the Curriculum at Miami’s Howe Center for Writing Excellence, pens this article on artificial intelligence writing tools.

The Slate, Dec. 6: Cats on Campus: The Tale of an ESA
This article highlights the benefits of college students having an Emotional Support Animal (ESA). Miami is referenced for research showing that pets can benefit the lives of their owners, both psychologically and physically.

WGN-TV Online, Dec. 5: United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Announces Finalists for 2024 Excellence Awards
This story lists Miami as a finalist in the Model Entrepreneurship Program Award category of the 2024 USASBE Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education Awards. 

CBS-WKRC, Ch. 12, Dec. 4: CPS Teaching Pipeline
This broadcast news story details a program that Cincinnati Public Schools has with Miami to encourage and train students to become future educators. A student from Aiken High School is interviewed on her desire to attend college and highlights Miami’s Bridges Program. Prince Johnson, Miami’s Cincinnati Public Schools Pipeline Coordinator, is featured in this segment of the feature story.

AARP, Dec. 4: How Northeast States Are Expanding Home Care
This article on the future of care for aging adults features Robert Applebaum, director of the Ohio Long-Term Care Research Project within Scripps Gerontology Center. Applebaum is quoted on the anticipated rise in Americans in the 80-85 age group.