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Miami Media Highlights April 30-May 7

Miami Media Highlights April 30-May 7

CBS Sports, May 7: Rams' Sean McVay honored with statue after being inducted into Miami (Ohio)'s Cradle of Coaches

This story reports on Los Angeles Rams coach and Miami alumnus Sean McVay’s induction into the Cradle of Coaches. Among the more than 25 additional reports on this topic were:

Journal-News, May 5: Free digital skills training for local small businesses at Miami Middletown
This article announces a partnership with Google, Main Street Middletown, and Miami University to provide free digital training for small businesses in Butler County. The free workshop was held Monday, May 8, at Miami University Middletown campus.

NPR, WVXU, 91.7, May 4: Miami University adds Rams Super Bowl winner Sean McVay to Cradle of Coaches
This radio broadcast announces the induction of Los Angeles Rams Coach Sean McVay into Miami’s Cradle of Coaches. The story features quotes from David Sayler, Miami athletic director. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

Becker’s Healthcare, May 2: Mentoring is 'Miracle Gro for nurses' and 'key to future success'
This article focuses on the importance of mentorship for nurses during their career. Caitlin Jeanmougin, associate professor of Nursing, is quoted in the article. 

WalletHub, May 2: Most Exclusive Credit Cards
This Q-and-A article features Zhiyong Yang, professor and chair of the Department of Marketing, answering questions about the most exclusive credit cards.

FONDRIEST, Environmental Monitor, May 1: Crystal Clear Problems: Impacts of Water Transparency in Aquatic Ecosystems
This article features the work of Biology professor Craig Williamson and students in the Miami University Global Change Limnology Lab. The lab primarily looks at the factors that control water transparency and how fluctuations in transparency affect aquatic ecosystems.

Cincinnati Enquirer, May 1: 'An amazing opportunity.' Winton Woods sophomores to attend college full time in the fall
This article features Winton Woods High School and its recent partnership with Miami University to offer students an opportunity in the Early College Academy program (earning college credits while still in high school). Ande Durojaiye, vice president and dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science, is quoted in the article.

Consumer Reports, May 1: 7 Tips to Stay Safer While Cycling

This article features Kyle Timmerman, associate professor of Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Health. Timmerman provides safety recommendations for cycling.