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Miami Media Highlights June 19-25

Miami Media Highlights June 19-25

CBS - WKRC, Ch. 12, June 25: 'Anti-dopamine parenting' can help encourage healthy habits
This broadcast news story discusses how sugar and screen time can affect a child’s mind in the same way as dopamine.  Anna Radke, associate professor of Psychology, is featured. This story also appeared on:

Journal-News, June 24:  Miami University’s used technology headed to area K-12 schools
This article highlights that Miami is donating used but still viable wireless routers to area K-12 schools. This donation equates to tens of thousands of dollars for the local school districts.

BLOGARAMA, June 24:  Mushroom Magic:  why the latest health fad might be onto something
This article highlights studies and claims on psilocybin mushrooms. Nicholas Money, professor of Biology, is quoted.

Beckers Hospital Review, June 23:  Gen Z gets schooled on office etiquette
This article references the recent article in The Wall Street Journal that highlighted the etiquette dinners hosted by Miami University for students preparing to enter the workforce.

NPR-WYSO, Ch. 91.3, June 22:  ADUs: How our backyards can lessen the affordable housing crisis
This radio interview features Jeff Kruth, assistant professor of Architecture, speaking on ADU’s (alternative dwelling units) as an affordable option in the housing crisis.

The Jewish World, June 22:  Ohio police receive a ‘Judaism 101’ course
This article highlights a recent course provided to the Miami University Police Department by Yossi Greenberg. 

World Israel News, June 22:  Ohio, Miami police receive a 'Judaism 101' course

Tech Target Network, June 21:  How AI changes quality assurance in tech

This article about AI and technology quotes Arthur Carvalho, Dinesh & Ila Paliwal Innovation Chair and associate professor of Information Systems and Analytics.  

Liveability Dayton, June 21:  College@Elm: Powering Entrepreneurs in Butler County, OH
This article features the work being done in the newly opened Lee and Rosemary Fisher Innovation College@Elm.  Randi Thomas, vice president of ASPIRE, is quoted.

Dayton Daily News, June 21:  Miami University volunteers to help out at Serve City, Chrysalis, Upward Bound and more
This article highlights that Miami University Regionals Hamilton campus will have 125 individuals volunteering at Serve City (homeless shelter and food bank) in recognition of ServeOhio Day.  Collette Loskoch Thompson, regional director of the Center for Social Impact, is quoted. This story also appeared in:

Journal-News, June 20:  RedHawk50 honors companies led by Miami University grads; public nominations sought
This article announces the formation of RedHawk50, a new program to annually identify, recognize and celebrate the 50 fastest-growing companies founded or led by Miamians. This story also appeared in:

The Daily Yonder, June 20:  Colleges and Students Are Stepping Up to Help Rural Newspapers
This article reports on college students and professors assisting rural newspapers in Ohio.  Sascha DeVroomen Bellman, instructor of Journalism, is quoted, referencing Miami students and professors creating The Oxford Observer.

Forbes, June 19:  KickGlass Pride Over Prejudice: Authenticity, Empathy, And Resilience Key To LGBTQ+ Loyalty
This article was written by Gillian Oakenfull,  professor of Marketing, on authentic marketing (or lack of) in support of LGBTQ individuals during Pride Month (June 2023).