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Miami Media Highlights Nov. 20-26

Miami Media Highlights Nov. 20-26

Computerworld, Nov. 26: Best Places to Work in IT 2024
For the third straight year, Miami University was named one of the top 100 places to work in IT by Computerworld.

The Cincinnati Herald, Nov. 24: Miami University to receive Wil Haygood Collection
Journalist and author Wil Haygood will leave his collected works, notes, and documents to his alma mater. He made the unexpected announcement while accepting the university's Freedom Summer of ’64 Award on Nov. 14. A story on the Haygood Collection also was featured in Movers & Makers.

League of Women Voters, Nov. 23: Giving Thanks to Democracy's Defenders
This article celebrates the recent volunteer activities of the League of Women Voters. Included is the LWV of Oxford partnered with students from Miami to help students write op-eds and contact their representatives.

TechTarget, Nov. 21: ​​BPO vs. BPM: What is the difference?
Chad Anderson, assistant professor of Information Systems and Analytics, is quoted in this article detailing Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Process Outsourcing (PBO).

Dayton Daily News, Nov. 21: Newest Miami University building marks end of historic construction boom
This article provides an update on new construction on the Miami campus featuring comments from Cody Powell, associate vice president, Facilities Planning and Operations, on the new McVey Data Science building.

TRAVEL, Mystery of the Unknown, Nov. 21: Miami University Art Museum
This cable television program tells the story behind the iconic “Uncle Sam” and shares that Miami’s art museum has an original propaganda WWII poster created by J.M. Flagg with the image of Uncle Sam. Jason Shaiman, curator of exhibits, is interviewed.

The Washington Post, Nov. 20: Do you talk more like a millennial or a boomer at work? Take this quiz to find out
Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management and Leadership, is featured as a contributing expert for this quiz and briefly explains communication characteristics of “Boomers” in the work setting.

Forbes, Nov. 20: How Aristotle’s Advice On Friendship Is Relevant In The Modern Workplace
Miami University President Gregory Crawford writes on how professional relationships in the workplace can help combat the loneliness epidemic and increase collaboration and productivity.