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Miami Media Highlights June 13 to June 19

Miami Media Highlights June 13 to June 19

Lima Ohio, June 18: ‘There’s really no evidence’: Ohio schools could arm teachers soon

This article reports on House Bill 99 and arming teachers in Ohio schools. Amity Noltemeyer, associate dean of the graduate School and  professor of Psychology, and Brian Shultz, chair and professor of Teacher Education, are quoted. 

Journal News, June 17: Juneteenth celebrations in Butler County aim to educate about black culture

This article reports on the celebration of Juneteenth. Rodney Coates, professor of Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted. 

AARP, June 16: New Data Shows COVID-19 Still Has a Deadly Grip on Nation’s Nursing Homes

This article cites data from a dashboard created by Miami’s Scripps Gerontology Center and the AARP Public Policy Institute about COVID-19 in nursing homes.

Storm Lake Times Pilot, June 16: What can we learn from Storm Lake?

Written by Miami student Logan Kronstain, this article discusses fieldwork and a research project on Storm Lake.

The Beacon, June 15: Ohioans encouraged to watch for signs of financial exploitation of older adults

This article cites research from Scripps Gerontology Center. 

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, June 15: SREB Reports Reveal Two-Year College Enrollment Drops in South

Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health and Society, is quoted in this article about recent trends in higher education enrollment in the United States. It also appeared in Today News Post and Latest News Post. 

Wired, June 14: The World Has Too Much Stuff

 This article reports on retailers accumulating unwanted stock because of the pandemic. Lisa Ellram, University Distinguished Professor and James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: