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Miami Media Highlights Nov. 7 to Nov. 13

Miami Media Highlights Nov. 7 to Nov. 13

WKRC 12, Nov. 15: ‘It’s absolutely vital’:  Miami student partners with Grant Us Hope for suicide prevention

This article reports on Miami University student Lexi Fields partnering with the nonprofit, Grant Us Hope, to create Miami Hope on campus. Fields is quoted.

ASBMB Today, Nov. 11: Taking time off around the holidays

This article reports on how to approach the topic of taking time off from work around the holidays and features expert commentary from Carole Dabney-Smith, Volwiler Distinguished Research Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry. 

Journal-News, Nov. 11: Two Miamis join to celebrate half-century of partnership

This article reports on the 50th anniversary celebration of the partnership between Miami University and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. Miami President Gregory Crawford and Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Chief Douglas Lankford are quoted. 

Journal-News, Nov. 11: Marta Churchwell: Neosho sculptor's work celebrates partnership of Miami tribe, university

This article reports on clay sculptures commissioned by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma to commemorate the partnership between the Tribe and Miami University. The sculptures were unveiled at the 50th anniversary celebration.

Journal-News, Nov. 9: Several Butler County communities to conduct Veterans Day ceremonies

This article reports on ceremonial events that will be held throughout the Butler County area for Veterans Day. Miami University Regionals hosted an event to honor active military personnel and veterans.

Dayton 24/7 Now, Nov. 8: Miami to wear special helmets, uniforms to honor relationship with Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

This article reports on the Miami RedHawks football team wearing special helmets and uniforms to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the relationship between Miami University and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.

The Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov. 8: When Dating Violence Is a Taboo Topic

This article reports on how conversations surrounding Title IX issues can be a place of discomfort for international students and how universities should be mindful of differences in sexual education in order to protect their entire student body. Veronica Barrios, assistant professor of Family Science and Social Work, is quoted.

Journal-News, Nov. 8: Butler County Regional Transit Authority seeks input on route proposals

This article reports on the new route proposals for BCRTA which receives grants and funding from Miami University.

Daily JSTOR, Nov. 7: The Scholars Charting Black Music’s Timeline: Tammy Kernodle & Stephanie Shonekan 

This article reports on the scholars who are charting the timeline of Black music. Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music, is quoted.

WKSU, Nov. 7: The two Miamis mark 50 years of 'neepwaantiinki'

This article and broadcast discusses what it means to celebrate 50 years of ‘neepwaantiinki,’ which is the Myaamia word meaning “learning from each other.” Kara Strass, director of Miami Tribe Relations, is quoted.

Dayton Daily News, Nov. 7: Wil Haygood, Clarence Page to share insights at Dayton Literary Peace Prize talk

This article reports on the insights of Wil Haygood, Boadway Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence, at the Dayton Literary Peace Prize talk.

Immersive Learning News, Nov. 7: What does the ‘metaverse’ mean for education?

This article reports on what the metaverse is and what it means for the growth of education. Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology and Management, is quoted.