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Miami Media Highlights Feb. 21 to Feb. 27

Miami Media Highlights Feb. 21 to Feb. 27

Learning English, Feb. 26: Experts Worry about Effects of Fewer U.S. College Students

This article reports on the decreased number of Americans going to college. Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health and Society, is quoted. 

Morning Journal, Feb. 26: School encouraged to have teams take part in 2022 Envirothon Challenge

This article reports on the 2022 National Conservation Foundation Envirothon being held at Miami University. 

Journal-News, Feb. 25: Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band to perform pops at Miami-Middltown

This article reports on The Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band performing at the Dave Finkelman Auditorium. 

Outside Business Journal, Feb. 25: The problem with carbon offsets

This article reports on carbon offsets. Lisa Ellram, Rees Distinguished professor and University Distinguished Professor of Management, is quoted. 

Dayton Daily News, Feb. 24: Russian attack on Ukraine: Wright-Patt remains on heightened readiness posture

This article discusses the Russian attack on Ukraine. Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Russian History, is quoted. This story also appeared in the Springfield News-Sun and National Cybersecurity News.  

Indian Country Today, Feb. 24: Miami Tribe Donates $2 Million to the Myaamia Center

This article reports on the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma donating $2 million to the Myaamia Center. Daryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center and adjunct professor, is quoted. 

Inven Global, Feb. 24: College Varsity ESports Program in 2022

This article reports on college esports programs and Miami being among the top five to choose from.

Journa-News, Feb. 24: State of Schools: Hamilton-area leaders share gain, woes during COVID -19

This article is about how 70% of jobs will require a bachelor’s degree by 2050 according to Miami University Regionals vice president and dean Ande Durojaiiye.

Dayton Daily News, Feb. 24: Dayton history headlines: 6 front-page stories to remember from this week

This article reports on popular Dayton Daily News headlines from this week throughout the last century, including a 1949 headline reporting on Woody Hayes, one of Miami’s most celebrated coaches of all time, beginning his job as Miami University’s football coach. 

WVXU, Feb. 21: As nurses demand higher pay, nursing homes and staffing agencies clash on the price

This article reports on nurses demanding higher pay during the COVID-19 pandemic. John Bowblis, professor of Economics, is quoted. 

Southwest Ohio Parent, Feb. 21: SW Ohio Summer Camps Your Kids Will Love

This article reports on popular Southwest Ohio summer camps, including Miami University Regionals’ STEAM Studio which gives kids the opportunity to explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

Cincinnati Magazine, Feb. 21: A Miami Merger Full of Oxford Touches

This article reports on the Miami University inspired wedding of Jake Brumfield and Maria Scavuzzo.

Fox Sports, Feb. 21: After two Olympics, China turns its gaze to hosting a World Cup - even if they’ll get ‘embarrassed’ 

This article reports on China seeking the opportunity to host the World Cup. Bo Li, professor of Sports Management, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 

Journal-News, Feb. 20: Boxing program aims to help patients with Parkinson's Disease

This article reports on the Rock Steady Boxing Program. The Reid Hospital-based program opened a new location at Miami’s Chestnut Field House .