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Miami Media Highlights May 29-June 4

Miami Media Highlights May 29-June 4

Journal-News, June 2: Cincinnati State leaving downtown Middletown for Miami University regional campus

This article reports on the growing partnership between Miami University and Cincinnati State. Ande Durojaiye, vice president and dean for the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science, is quoted.

NPR - June 1: The 1A Record Club remembers Tina Turner
This broadcast radio program on the life and music of Tina Turner features Tammy Kernodle, University Distinguished Professor of Music. 

Forbes, June 1: A Reality Check On Inclusive Marketing: Time For [R]Evolution
This article written by Gillian Oakenfull, professor of Marketing, focuses on inclusive marketing.

Monocle Radio London, May 31: The Briefing
This radio interview with Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst Professor of Russian History, highlights Putin’s decision to remove the Trinity Icon from the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and give it to the Russian Orthodox Church.

Journal-News, May 31: Miami University police impound nearly 100 bikes in roundup
This article highlights the annual bike “roundup” when Miami University police collect unclaimed bikes on campus. The article quotes Helaine Alessio, professor of Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Health, and Miami police officer Charles Howard.

Morrow County Sentinel, May 31: Suicide rates rise in latest report
This article reports that suicide rates in Ohio have increased over the past year. Mentioned in the article is the School-Based Center of Excellence at Miami University and its focus on prevention and early intervention among Ohio’s K-12 students.

World Atlas, May 30: Best College Towns in Ohio
This article lists the best college towns in Ohio and includes Miami University in their list. The story highlights that Forbes ranked Miami University as the No. 1 college town.

Inside Higher Ed, May 30: Students Are Less Engaged; Stop Blaming COVID
This article written by Jenny Darroch, dean of the Farmer School of Business, discusses students as knowledge workers and how educators need to adapt.

Smarter MSP, May 29: View of AI: an expert's take on its impact
This article discusses AI and cyber security threats. John Virden, assistant vice president for security, compliance, and risk management, is quoted in the article.