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Miami Media Highlights Jan. 15-21

Miami Media Highlights Jan. 15-21

Banking Finance, Jan. 21: Young Americans Are Finding New Ways To Build Wealth In A Tough Economy
Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management and Leadership, is quoted in this story about how Gen Z and millennials are pursuing different means of growing wealth than their parents did at their age.

World Nation News, Jan 21: Trump continues his mastery of the mirage over rural America
This article delves into the popularity of Donald Trump in rural America and quotes Steven Conn, W.E. Smith Professor of History.

Spectrum News One Ohio, Ch. 24, Jan 21: Mental Wellness in Ohio Schools
This broadcast news story features Sharon Custer, professor of Social Work, detailing the work of the Ohio School Wellness Initiative.  

NPR-WVXU, Ch. 91.7, Jan 19: BCRTA breaks (snowy) ground on multimodal station in Oxford
This broadcast radio story reports the groundbreaking of the BCRTA multimodal station in Oxford.

WGN, WGN Morning News, Ch, Jan 19: Appreciation of beautiful music
This segment of the WGN Morning News features Michael LaMattina, adjunct professor of Music and director of Percussion Studies at Miami, performing Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” on the glockenspiel. 

ISSA Today Magazine, Jan. 17: ICE Cobotics Enrolls at Miami University
This article announces that the ICE Cobotics autonomous floor scrubber will be utilized at the McVey Data Science building and the Clinical Health Science and Wellness facility at Miami.

Security Current, Jan. 18: CISOs Connect™ Opens Nominations for 2024 CISOs Top 100 CISOs (C100) Recognition and Announces Esteemed CISO Board of Judges
This article announces the CISO Board of Judges which includes John Virden, assistant vice president of Security, Compliance, and Risk Management.

CBS-WKRC, Ch. 12, Jan 18: Miami University expands student mental health help as demand grows nationwide
This broadcast news story features Steve Large, assistant vice president of Student Life – Health and Wellness, discussing the mental health services provided at Miami and the recent grant of $1 million from the Ohio Department of Education earmarked for mental health services.

REALM Magazine, Jan 17: Learning to Love Cincinnati
This article features students from four Cincinnati area colleges (Miami University, University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, and Xavier University) highlighting why students come to the region for college, why they stay after graduation, and what it all means for the local economy. Nyah Smith, student body president, represents Miami University.