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Miami Media Highlights Nov. 29 to Dec. 5

Miami Media Highlights Nov. 29 to Dec. 5

Cincy inno, Dec. 3: Miami University receives $500,000 in services from coworking company

This article reports on Columbus-based coworking startup donating $500,000 in professional services to students at Farmer School of Business. 

Arstechnica, Dec. 2: Archaeologists find partially mutilated Vesuvius victim at new Herculaneum dig

This article reports on archaeological finds at a site located near Pompeii. Steven Tuck, professor of History, is quoted. 

Inside Higher Ed, Dec. 2: 2019 Thinking Won’t Work in 2022

This article written by Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief communications and marketing officer, reports on flexibility and adaptability being needed in the “new abnormal.” 

The Enquirer, Dec. 2: 3 Miami University students have been selected to join Space Force

This article reports on three Miami University ROTC students who have been selected to be commissioned as Space Force officers. 

The National Interest, Dec. 1: Remittance-Dependent Countries Show Migration Is No Panacea 

This article, written by Jennifer Wistrand, assistant teaching professor of Global and Intercultural Studies, reports on migration and remittances. 

Supply Chain Dive, Nov. 30: Pandemic Opens the door to investments in wearables for supply chain workers

This article reports on the impact that the pandemic has had on the supply chain. Fadel Megahed, associate professor of Information Systems and Analytics, is quoted. 

Richland Source, Nov. 29: Ohio’s lack of a coordinated approach to Alzheimer’s has become problematic

This article reports on Ohio lacking  a coordinated approach to the growing public health crisis of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Robert Applebaum, professor of Sociology and Gerontology, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: