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Miami Media Highlights May 27-June 2

Miami Media Highlights May 27-June 2

CBS-WKRC, Ch. 12, June 2: Miami celebrates its first grads in its MSN degree program
Tricia Neu, assistant professor and Family Nurse Practitioner program director, along with recent graduate Marina Mendes, highlight the Miami Nursing program and the graduation of the first Master of Science in Nursing cohort.

The Conversation, June 3: Anti-abortion rights activists navigate a new, post-Roe landscape, as state bans mean they can ‘save babies’
Anne Whitesell, assistant professor of Political Science, highlights the actions of anti-abortion activists in a post-Roe era, ranging from enforcing trigger laws to ballot initiatives.

Fortune, May 30: Chipotle’s CEO made it to the C-suite by 33. Here are his 3 tips for success
This article highlights Chipotle chairman and CEO Brian Niccol ’96 and his recent commencement speech at Miami University.

NPR-WVXU, Ch. 91.7, May 30: How Southwestern Ohio left its mark on bluegrass
Curtis Ellison, emeritus professor of History, joins a panel discussion on the origins of Bluegrass music in Southwestern Ohio.

The Conversation, May 29: A lesson on dissent from a Vietnam War protester who joined the US military – and then faced execution after his protest didn't stop
Rodney Coates, professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, shares his personal account of the Vietnam War and resulting protests. Coates writes of the racial unrest in the U.S. before and after his return.

Cincinnati Enquirer, May 28: There is no one villain in loss of CPS Superintendent Iranetta Wright | Opinion
Karen Meyers, assistant clinical professor of Finance, authored an Op-Ed following the recent resignation of the Cincinnati Public Schools superintendent.

Cincinnati Enquirer, May 28: Two elderly men stuck in the past make for a poor presidential choice
Robert Thurston, professor emeritus of History, authored an Op-Ed on the state of the U.S. presidency and world affairs ahead of the 2024 election.

Environmental Monitor, May 27: Soundscapes of the Solar Eclipse: Citizen Science Supporting National Research
This article highlights the April 8 Solar Eclipse Soundscape Project, a NASA funded-citizen science project. Susan Jakubowski, associate professor of Geography, and Natalie Teale, assistant professor of Geography, are quoted in the article about the involvement of Miami students.