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Miami Media Highlights Sept. 19 to Sept. 25

Miami Media Highlights Sept. 19 to Sept. 25

Journal-News, Sept. 25: Miami University homecoming parade set to return after eight-year hiatus

This article reports on Miami University bringing back their homecoming parade after eight years without it. 

Oxford Observer (in Journal-News), Sept. 24: He’s not done yet: Miami professor Fahey just keeps publishing

This article reports on Miami’s David Fahey, professor Emeritus of History,  and his recent publications on various history topics. 

Journal-News, Sept. 23: A song of generosity: Miami University alums form duet of giving

This article reports on Rosemary and Lee Fisher, Miami alumni, with a passion for giving back to their alma mater.

Cincinnati Business Courier, Sept. 21: Niche ranks Ohio's top colleges

This article reports on the schools that ranked in Niche’s list of Ohio’s top colleges. Miami was placed at No. 12 on this ranking.

Cision, Sept. 19: Study Finds Employee Gender Influences Evaluations of Past Performance, Future Potential

This article reports on a study conducted to see how an employee's gender influences how managers evaluate both past performance and potential for advancement. Michele Frank and Anne Farrell, co-authors of the study and associate professors of Accountancy, are quoted. 

Journal-News, Sept. 19: Miami University’s $15M business incubator a ‘big deal’ for Butler County, leaders say

This article reports on Miami’s new $15 million business incubator, which will help grow various industries throughout Butler County. Miami University President Gregory Crawford and Tim Holcomb, chair and director of the John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship, are quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several media outlets including: