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Miami Media Highlights June 24-30

Miami Media Highlights June 24-30

Journal-News, June 30: Miami U climbs in 2 national rankings
This article announces new rankings for Miami University for its Honors College and as one of the “Top 50 Best Value Colleges” (Public Schools) by the Princeton Review. Miami University President Gregory Crawford is quoted.

CNN, June 30: What generation are you when texting?
This online quiz to determine communication styles while texting features Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management and Leadership. Gerhardt appears in the section on punctuation. Gerhardt also was featured in a recent story on CBS-WKRC Ch. 12.

Columbus Dispatch, June 28: Study reveals most affordable Ohio colleges and universities. See the list
This article shares the recent rankings by Money magazine. Miami University makes the list of the top 10 Ohio colleges and universities based on affordability.

Journal-News, June 28: Miami U. grad, now a doctor, returns to campus 56 years later, gives $1 million after visit
This article highlights the $1 million gift to Miami University by alumnus Dr. William McIntyre. The gift will fund an endowment for an advisor position in Miami University’s Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education.

CBS-WKRC, Ch. 12, June 27: Miami leads multimillion-dollar push in Butler, Warren region
Miami University President Gregory Crawford is featured in this story on the university's commitment and investment to growth in the region and highlights three campus projects — the McVey Data Science building, the Lee and Rosemary Fisher Innovation College@Elm, and the newly acquired Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Hub in Hamilton. This topic also appeared in the Cincinnati Business Courier (subscription may be required).

Volt, June 26: The Unsung Hero of Campus Culture: Internal Communications
Ashlea Jones, senior director of executive communications and academic marketing, penned this article, which outlines four ways internal communications can align institutional culture.

Tech Target, June 26: 6 steps toward more sustainable supply chain practices
Lisa Ellram, University Distinguished Professor and James Evan Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, is featured in this article on working toward greater supply chain sustainability.

Forbes, June 25: Cares Social Well-Being Unlocks Brand ROI In $1 Billion Women’s Sports
Gillian Oakenfull, professor of Marketing and director of the Center for KickGlass Change, writes on the explosion of women’s sports marketing.