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Miami Media Highlights March 27-April 2

Miami Media Highlights March 27-April 2

CBS - WKRC, Local 12, Ch. 12, April 2:  What’s Happening in Health
This broadcast news story features Randi Thomas, vice president of ASPIRE, and Miami senior VaLanDria Smith-Lash discussing the Lee and Rosemary Fisher Innovation College@Elm. Additional reports on this topic appeared on: 

Fairborn Daily Herald, Mar: 31: Christianity in ancient Pompeii

This article, written by Doug Ward, professor of Mathematics, touches on the author's trip to Pompeii and a recommended book “The Crosses of Pompeii” which describes Christianity at the time. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:

Journal-News, Mar. 31: National rank: Miami University’s digital gaming among America’s Top 10
This article shares the announcement that the Princeton Review gave a top 10 ranking for digital game design to Miami’s Games + Simulation program, which is part of Miami's Department of Emerging Technology in Business + Design (ETBD). Michael Bailey-Van Kuren, chair of ETBD, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic also appeared on:

Patheos, Mar. 31: Nehemiah: Archaeological & Historical Corroboration
This article quotes the work of emeritus professor Edwin M. Yamauchi’s “The archeological background of Nehemiah.”

Spectrum News 1, Mar. 30: We Age: Opening Minds Through Art provides connections for those with dementia
This broadcast story features Elizabeth “Like” Lokon, director of Opening Minds Through Art, and Robert Applebaum, professor and  Scripps Gerontology Center Research Fellow, discussing how the arts positively impact those in nursing facilities. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

SupplyChain 24/7, Mar. 29: Getting Online Shoppers to Choose No-Rush Shipping Is Easier Than You Think

This story features a study on sustainability and consumer behaviors by Lisa Ellram, James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, and Monique Murfield, director of the Center for Supply Chain Excellence (along with University of Arkansas). The study shows consumers will choose the environmentally friendly shipping option when provided with information to make the decision.

Spectrum News 1, Mar. 28: Capital This Week
Kate De Medeiros, O’Toole Family Professor of Sociology and Gerontology, discusses the study of aging at Scripps Gerontology Center.

 Your Teen Media, Podcast, Mar. 27: Helping Your High School Kids Succeed After They Graduate
This podcast features Kimberly Moore, dean of students, providing parenting tips from her recent essay “conscious parenting.” The tips are meant to help parents prepare their children for independence following high school graduation.

CBS - WKRC Local12, Ch. 12, Mar. 27: Interest Rates Rise Following Banking Crisis
This broadcast news story features Economics professor EJ Uma explaining how the current banking crisis will affect interest rates for consumers.

Becker’s Healthcare, Mar. 27: Between a rock and a hard place: Interest rate hikes alarm some hospital CFOs
This article features professor of Economics John Bowblis explaining how higher interest rates could negatively impact hospital systems.