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Miami Media Highlights July 4 to July 10

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Miami Media Highlights July 4 to July 10

Forbes, July 10: Will Inflation Stimulus Checks Make Inflation Better Or Worse?

Jonathan Wolff, associate professor of Economics at the Farmer School of Business, is quoted in this article about the potential effects of issuing stimulus checks to respond to inflation. 

Yahoo News, July 9: Saluting Dayton’s 2021-22 Theater Season

This article reports on numerous theater organizations across the Miami Valley returning full scale amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Miami University’s “The Light in the Piazza” was mentioned. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 

Horse Radio Network, July 8: Miami University Equestrian Head Coach Discusses IHSA Nationals Reserve Champions win

This podcast features Heather Pinnick, director of Equestrian Sports Complex reports on Miami University's Equestrian team earning Reserve Champions at the IHSA Nationals.

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, July 7:  Minoritized Students, Already Stressed, Now Worry About Abortion

This article reports on experts’ increasing concern with the negative impact the U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade may have on the mental health and well-being of college students, particularly those from marginalized communities including first-generation students, LGBTQ+ students, and students with fewer resources. Sharon Custer, director of the family science and social work field education, partnership specialist, and community justice and wellbeing liaison at Miami University, is quoted. 

The Conway Daily Sun, July 6: Opening Minds Through Art program starts July 24

This article discusses an expansion of the Opening Minds through Art program, an intergenerational art program for people with dementia grounded in person-centered care principles. Elizabeth “Like” Lokon is mentioned as the program’s founder. 

CBS WKRC Ch. 12, July 6: Nonprofit organization ‘Move Beyond Surviving’ partners with Miami University

This news broadcast reports on the nonprofit organization, Move Beyond Surviving, partnering with Miami University’s Outdoor Pursuit Center to empower breast cancer survivors to overcome the challenges of the disease. 

Skilled Nursing News, July 5: Why States’ Success in Tying Medicaid to Staffing Could Propel CMS Policy 

This article reports on the current staffing climate of nursing homes and federal leaders’ eagerness to establish stronger staffing standards. Robert Applebaum, professor of Sociology and Gerontology, Scripps Research Fellow, and director of the Ohio Long-term Care Research Project, is quoted. 

Journal-News, July 5: Lakota West HS business team 1 of 5 in nation to dive into 'shark tank' contest

This article mentions a program sponsored by Miami University’s Farmer School of Business John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship.