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Miami Media Highlights July 17-23

Miami Media Highlights July 17-23

Movers & Makers, July 22: Southwest Ohio artists, organizations win millions in grant dollars from Ohio Arts Council
This article announces major gifts made to arts organizations in southwest Ohio. Miami is the recipient of $24,320 for its Performing Arts Series.

Chemistry World, July 21: How to search for talent
Rick Page, Ernest H. Volwiler Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is quoted in this article that gives tips on recruiting excellent scientists.

Becker’s Hospital Review, July 21: 8 workforce trends influencing 2023
This article highlights eight trends seen in today’s workforce. Miami made the list for offering ‘etiquette dinners’ to prepare students for their future careers. 

BISNOW, July 21: CrowdStreet Investors, Facing Total Wipeout, Question Platform's Role In Alleged Fraud
This article details the rise and fall of CrowdStreet, a group funding project, and quotes Zhiyong Yang, professor and chair of Marketing.

Parkways, July 20: A Tale of Two Wetlands
This article features Miami University Project Dragonfly student Jasmine Baker and her research  on the invasive bullfrog to the Union Bay Wetlands and the absence of the Pacific Tree Frog.

The Conversation, July 19: Women’s World Cup will highlight how far other countries have closed the gap with US – but that isn’t the only yardstick to measure growth of global game
This article highlights the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The article is co-authored by Adam Beissell, associate professor of Sport Leadership and Management. Additional reports on this topic appeared on:

Forbes, July 19: How to Spot Five-Star Hires
This article, written by Miami President Gregory Crawford, details how to spot the best talent during the interview process.

The Conversation, July 18: Registering refugees using personal information has become the norm – but cybersecurity breaches pose risks to people giving sensitive biometric data
This article, written by Joseph Nwankpa, associate professor and Farmer School of Business director of Cybersecurity Initiatives, details cybersecurity concerns with biometric data. Additional reports on this topic also appeared on:

Princeton University Press: Ideas, July 17: The vanishing lives of corals
This article is written by Michele Currie Navakas, professor of English, about her new book, “Coral Lives,” which tells the story of coral and how its relationship with humans has led to its dwindling population.