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Miami Media Highlights April 24-30

Miami Media Highlights April 24-30

Cincinnati Enquirer, April 30: Hamilton's StreetSpark announces winning designs for 2023
This article announces the winners of a public arts program to install murals in the city of Hamilton. Sarah Hynfield, a soon-to-be Miami graduate, has been selected to paint a utility box as part of the StreetSpark project.

Forbes, April 28: Analyzing Strategy: 14 Steps To Retain Top Talent

This article by the Forbes Business Council Expert Panel highlights best practices for retaining top talent and includes a step from Miami University President Gregory Crawford.

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, April 27: Soccer Midfielder Focuses on Growth Through Dogged Determination
This article features Camber Hayes, Miami student, soccer standout, and recently named Arthur Ashe Jr. Female Sports Scholar of the Year.

NPR, WVXU, Ch. 91.7, April 27: Biden releases new campaign video, Carlson out at Fox News and more to discuss with Ken Rudin
This episode of the live NPR radio program, Cincinnati Edition, features Anne Whitesell, assistant professor of Political Science and associate director for the Menard Family Center for Democracy.

Spectrum News 1, April 26: Spectrum News Special: As We Age explores services for the elderly, caregiver challenges
This broadcast news story features Bob Applebaum, director of the Ohio Long-Term Care Research Project at the Scripps Gerontology Center and Elizabeth Lokon, director of Opening Minds through Art (OMA) at Scripps Gerontology Center.

Construction Equipment, April 25: Messer Construction Set to Deliver $100M Campus Facility
This article highlights the new Clinical Health Sciences and Wellness facility at Miami. Cody Powell, associate vice president of Facilities Planning and Operations, and Steve Large, assistant vice president for Student Life and Health and Wellness, are quoted.

Newsweek Online, April 25: What America Gets Wrong About Tipping

This article on the practice of tipping of service workers quotes a study completed by William Even, professor emeritus of Economics. This story also appeared in: