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Miami Media Highlights July 1-7

Miami Media Highlights July 1-7

Dayton Business Journal, July 5: Miami University's Honors College earns national recognition
This article highlights Miami University being ranked No. 6 in the “50 Best Honors Colleges - 2024” by College Transitions. Miami University President Gregory Crawford is quoted along with Zeb Baker, executive director of Miami’s Honors College.

WXIX - Fox19, July 3: Cincinnati Heroes Scholarship
This article highlights the scholarship offered to Cincinnati area students by NFL player Damar Hamlin. Miami is featured in the story as an incoming first-year student is a recipient.

Playbill, July 2: Lauren Lewis and Minh Nguyen named winners of Broadway Green Alliance’s College of Green Captain Award
Miami University graduates Lauren Lewis ’24 and Minh Nguyen ’24 are the winners of the 2024 College Green Captain Award. The two were cited for their environmentally conscious design, construction and strike of the Miami University Theater  production of “Puffs,” which ran from May 1-5.

Forbes, July 2: Assessing The Intangibles In Organizational Leaders
Miami University President Gregory Crawford highlights the six qualities he seeks when hiring for leadership positions – questioning, uniting, modeling, communicating, empowering, and openness.

Ohio Cooperative Living, July 1: In a pickle
This article highlights the rise in the popularity of pickleball. Miami University is mentioned as having added pickleball courts to the student recreation center.

ASPCA Pet Insurance, July 1: Ivy & Newton Crawford, Miami University
This article on Ohio’s VIPs (Very Important Pups) features Ivy and Newton Crawford, the presidential dogs of Miami University, who are featured along with Renate Crawford, university ambassador and adjunct professor of Physics.

CBS-WKRC, Ch. 12, July 1: University Rankings
This broadcast news segment announces the new rankings from Princeton Review for Miami University.  

National Endowment for the Humanities, July: Family, Tribe, and the Revitalization of the Myaamia Language
This article was written by Daryl Baldwin, executive director of the Myaamia Center, and explores the language and cultural revitalization effort of the Myaamia Tribe.

NPR-WVXU, Ch. 91.7, July 1: More area colleges are being recognized for assisting students from the foster care system
Craig Bennett, senior director of the Student Success Center, is quoted in this story about Ohio Reach. Miami University is one of 40 Ohio schools to receive the Ohio Reach designation. Ohio Reach provides assistance to former foster children navigating college admission.