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Miami Media Highlights Nov. 27-Dec. 3

Miami Media Highlights Nov. 27-Dec. 3

World of Software, Dec. 3: Russian Imperialism Shapes Public Support For The War Against Ukraine
This article on Russian imperialism was written by Neringa Klumbytė, director of the Lithuania Program at Miami’s Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies.

Digital Promise, Nov. 30: 5 Powerful Moments from Our 2023 Convening on Inclusive Innovation and Education R&D
Miami first-year student Ray’Aunnah Tillis spoke at the Digital Promise National Convention on Research and Delivery. Tillis is quoted in the newsletter article and highlighted as one of the top 5 powerful moments.

UnHerd, Nov. 30: Rural America has lost its soul
Steven Conn, W.E. Smith Professor of History, penned this article on the myth of the family farm.

The Record, Nov. 29: Google network displayed ads on sanctioned websites, report shows
Keith Preble, visiting assistant professor of Political Science, weighs in on sanctions exposure and risks to affected advertisers that were displayed on sanctioned sites.  

NBC-WLWT, Ch. 5, Nov. 28: Chuck Martin, among college football's most entertaining personalities, turns Miami into a winner
Chuck Martin, head coach of the Miami football team, discusses the 2023 season ahead of the MAC championship game on Dec. 2. 

Cincinnati Magazine, Nov. 27: What is Miami University’s Condensed MBA?
This blog published by Cincinnati Magazine highlights the Miami University miniMBA program. Kristine Smith, professional education program manager, is quoted. 

Forbes, Nov. 27: 2023-24 Notification Dates For Early Decision, Early Action And BS/MD Programs
This article highlights early decision and early acceptance dates at colleges and universities. Miami University is listed with a date of Dec. 1 for early decision notification and Dec. 15 for early acceptance notification.

Resilience, Nov. 24: ChatGPT says AI can help the planet. Experts disagree
Luis Prádanos, professor of Spanish and Portuguese, and Daniela Inclezan, associate professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, co-authored this op-ed looking at the implications of AI systems for social and ecological sustainability.