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Miami Media Highlights Jan. 22-28

Miami Media Highlights Jan. 22-28

Fortune, Jan. 28: How tiny homes went from a millennial lifestyle fad to a Hail Mary shot at solving the homeless crisis
This article on the construction of tiny homes quotes Jeff Kruth, assistant professor of Architecture and Interior Design, in reference to costs. This story also appeared on MSN Money and the Fifth Skill.

Journal-News, Jan 27: Miami University picks alum who now is Chipotle's CEO to address grads
This news article announces that Miami University has selected Brian Niccol, alumnus and current CEO of Chipotle, to address graduates at spring commencement.

Inside Higher Ed, Jan 26: Teaching as Transmission, Transaction or Transformation
This article mentions Miami University as an attendee at the Knowledge for Freedom Networking event with other prominent colleges and universities.

Entrepreneur, Jan 26: This Stem Entrepreneur is Betting Big on a $1.38 Billion Dollar and Growing Industry
This article on esports names Miami University, Cal Tech, and Boise State as universities that have developed official esports teams. 

Spectrum News 1, Ch. 13, Jan 25: Students provide professional services to businesses at Janesville Business Hub
This broadcast news story on a Business Hub in Janesville, Wisconsin, features Marketing and Business Administration student Kathleen Kennedy.

FOX-WXIX, Ch. 19, Jan 24: New Hampshire Primary Results
The broadcast news story features Anne Whitesell, assistant professor of Political Science and associate director the Menard Family Center for Democracy, who provided insight on the New Hampshire primary results. 

The Hill, Jan 23: Opinion: America faces a looming LNG debacle
This article on the U.S. exporting liquid natural gas (LNG) was co-written by Brigham McCown, visiting assistant professor of Political Science.

Railway Track & Structures, Jan 23: Chestnut Street Multimodal Station Breaks Ground in Ohio
This article highlights the groundbreaking of Oxford’s multimodal transportation center. The project is a partnership between the Butler County RTA, Miami University, the city of Oxford, and Talawanda schools.