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Miami Media Highlights Oct. 9-15

Miami Media Highlights Oct. 9-15

Yahoo! Finance, Oct. 13: Going all-in with Nvidia: How Jensen Huang’s high-stakes bets paid off
This article on the Nvidia Corporation and their technology advances quotes Arthur Carvalho, The Dinesh and Ila Paliwal Innovation Chair of Information Systems and Analytics. 

Archaeology, November/December, Oct. 13: Letter from El Salvador
Jeb Card, assistant teaching professor of Anthropology, is quoted in the article in reference to indigenous ceramics uncovered in Ciudad Vieja.

The American Prospect, Oct. 13: Ohio’s Abortion Debate Mired in Misinformation
Anne Whitesell, assistant professor of Political Science and the associate director of the Menard Family Center for Democracy, is quoted in this article outlining the upcoming election and debate on Ohio’s Issue 1.

Insider, Oct. 13: A student was excited to move to Florida for college. Then she realized she'd applied to Miami University — in Ohio.
Miami University student Valerie Do’s TikTok video goes viral. The video explains how she applied to Miami University in Ohio as opposed to what she thought was Miami, Florida. Do is quoted as saying, “It was a great mistake to make.”

Inside Higher Ed, Oct. 13: Campus Engagement Tip: Involving First-Gen Families
This article addresses ways that three universities support not only the student but also engage the families of first-generation students. Michelle Thomas, director of the Farmer School of Business programs Passport, Ryan Family Scholars, and Student Organizations, is featured explaining Boot Camp in the Farmer School of Business.

Bloomberg News, Oct. 13: Abortion Workers, Crushed by Restrictions and Buoyed by Labor Movement, Are Unionizing
Kevin Reuning, assistant professor of Political Science, is quoted in this article about unionization for abortion-care providers. 

Journal-News, Oct. 13: The tournament stays, but not the name: Western & Southern steps down as title sponsor of Cincinnati Masters
Adam Beissel, associate professor of Sport Leadership and Management, is quoted in this article on the deal to keep an annual tennis tournament in Cincinnati., Oct. 11: Miami University Receives Certified Free From™ Status
This article announces that Miami University has received accreditation and certification as a Certified Free From™ dining establishment. Two dining locations on campus, Clean Plate and True Balance, can now claim that their menu offerings are free from the major nine allergens. 

NBC - WLWT, Ch. 5, Oct. 10: Miami University professor explains the conflict between Israel and Hamas
Nathan French, associate professor of Comparative Religion, provides background and context that have led up to the current Israel/Hamas war in the Middle East. French also was featured on ABC – WCPO Ch. 9. 

NPR - WYSO, Ch. 91.3, Oct. 10: Ohio schools experiment with sensory rooms, other mental health tools after COVID-19
This news story shares the work of The Ohio School Wellness Initiative. Miami University partnered with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the Ohio Department of Education to sponsor the initiative.

Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 10: 1,000 birds were just killed in Chicago in one night. Could the same thing happen here?
This guest column on the death of migratory birds was written by Miami University graduate student in the Dragonfly Global Field program, Devin Mingesbruney, who is studying conservation biology with a specific emphasis on birds.