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Miami Media Highlights Feb. 14 to Feb. 20

Miami Media Highlights Feb. 14 to Feb. 20

Dayton Daily News, Feb. 19: The idea of one person, one vote under attack - again

This article mentions Western Campus for Women, which is now part of Miami University’s Western Campus, as the national training center for the Freedom Summer Project. 

The Herald, Feb. 19: Mother-daughter business adapts, grows during pandemic

This article reports on business owner and Miami student, Gillian Hart-O’Brien, adapting to the pandemic to grow her business. 

Journal News, Feb. 18: Rams coach Sean McVay will join Miami University’s ‘Cradle of Coaches’ 

This article reports on former Miami RedHawk and L.A Rams head coach, Sean McVay, winning the Super Bowl David Sayler, director of Intercollegiate Athletics, is quoted. 

Journal News, Feb. 17: Famed humorist P.J. O’Rourke’s beginnings included poverty, success at Miami University

This article reports on P.J. O’Rourke’s early years at Miami University and his friendship with late literature professor David Frazier. Sue Frazier, wife of David Frazier and former Miami executive assistant, is quoted. 

WFYI, Feb. 17: John Bowblis on geriatric care payment issues

This radio news program reports on geriatric care nurses fighting for better pay during the COVID-19 pandemic. John Bowblis, professor of economics, is featured.

The Business Journals, Feb. 17: Shark Tank alums land millions more from billionaire Mark Cuban, other celebs

This article reports on Miami alumni Oliver Zak and Selom Agbitor securing more funding from Mark Cuban and other celebrities for their Shark Tank winning idea Mad Rabbit Tattoo. 

Journal News, Feb. 16: ‘Faculty Unhinged’ aims to help Miami Regionals staff, students think differently

This article reports on Miami University Regionals’ upcoming program ‘Faculty Unhinged’ which invites students, staff, and community members to think critically about different issues. Bennyce Hamilton, director of the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Miami University Regionals, is quoted.

The Michigan Daily, Feb. 16: Expectations vs reality: prioritizing ourselves over profession

This article reports on prioritizing yourself and choosing a good organizational fit. Scott Dust, Raymond E. Glos Professor in Management, is quoted. 

NPR WVXU, Feb. 16: Dr. Stephen Norris on Ukraine-Russia Conflict (Part 1)

This radio broadcast reports on the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine and features expert commentary from Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Russian History and Emily Channell Justice, former Havighurst Fellow

(Part 2) (Part 3)

WalletHub, Feb. 16: Ask The Experts: Best Metal Credit Cards

This article, written by Devon DelVechio, Raymond E. Glos Professor in Marketing, reports on the perks of having a metal credit card over a plastic credit card. 

Cincy Inno, Feb. 15: Who’s who of Miami grads launch $10M venture fund aimed at alumni

This article reports on 1809 Capital, a new venture fund started by Miami alumni to support alumni-run startup companies. 

Forbes, Feb. 15: Understanding The Role Of Memory In Effective Data Visualization

This article, written by Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief communications and marketing officer, reports on how to  properly use effective data visuals.

Jack Limpert, Feb. 15: Honoring Three Science + Literature Books

This article reports on “The Kissing Bug: A True Story of a Family, an Insect, and a Nation’s Neglect of a Deadly Disease”, written by Daisy Hernandez, assistant professor of English and Creative Writing.

Forbes, Feb. 15: Assistant Football Coaches At These Schools Have Seen Recent Career Progression

This article reports on Miami University producing successful professional coaches and earning its nickname “The Cradle of Coaches.”

Mount Vernon News, Feb. 14: MVNU taking Opening Minds through Art (OMA) program to The Laurels of Mount Vernon

This article reports on Mount Vernon Nazarene University partnering with Miami University’s Scripps Gerontology Center to integrate the Opening Minds Through Art (OMA) program into nursing and rehabilitation facilities.

Cincy Inno, Feb. 14: Miami student-led startup with a flair for TikTok lands investment from local CEO

This article reports on Step Up Social, founded by Miami sophomore Emil Barr, securing an angel investment from Tim Warren, CEO of Helium SEO, an internet marketing agency and one of the region’s fastest growing companies.