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Miami Media Highlights March 11-17

Miami Media Highlights March 11-17

CBS-WKRC, Ch 12, March 17: Healthy Innovations
This broadcast news story shares that the McVey Data Science building is now open at Miami University. Additional coverage also appeared in the Dayton Business Journal (subscription may be required).

Origins, March 15: Solar Eclipses in American History
Matthew Smith, visiting assistant professor of History, wrote this article looking at the history of solar eclipses. 

NPR-WYSO, Ch. 93.1, March 14: Miami University coach retires as longest serving Division 1 head coach in U.S.
This story features an interview with Carolyn Condit, who recently retired as Miami’s volleyball coach.

The Evolllution, March 13: Ramping Up AI Expertise in Your Organization
Miami President Gregory Crawford and David Seidl, vice president of Information Technology and CIO, wrote this article on applying AI in your organization. Part One appeared on March 6.

NPR-WVXU, March 13: The two oldest candidates for president will face off this November. Should age matter?
This radio program features Suzanne Kunkel, senior research scholar for Miami’s Scripps Gerontology Center.

NPR-WVXU, 91.7, March 11: Area colleges push back enrollment deadline for admitted students
This news story reports on local colleges and universities that have extended their enrollment deadlines. Miami University is listed as having pushed their deadline back two weeks to May 15.