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Miami Media Highlights Feb. 12-18

Miami Media Highlights Feb. 12-18

CBS-WKRC, Ch. 12, Feb 18: Miami Hamilton Promise
This broadcast news program features Ande Durojaiye, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science and vice president for Miami Regionals, discussing the Hamilton Promise program, which provides free tuition for students graduating from Hamilton High School, Butler Tech, and Badin High School.

Forbes, Feb 18: Will Wearable Health Device Data Bring Woe Or Wealth To Providers?
This article highlights personal health data tracking and quotes Zafer D. Ozdemir, professor of Information Systems and Analytics. Ozdemir explains his study on game theory, a mathematical model that predicts how competing health care systems will respond and react in different scenarios.

New York Times, Feb 18: Old and Young, Talking Again
Miami University began Opening Minds Through Art, a program designed to foster intergenerational understanding, in 2007 and introduced an online version in 2022. This article features Miami student Zach Ahmed, 19, and his weekly chat with Richard Bement, 76.

Age Brilliantly, Feb 18: Embrace Collaborative Intelligence in the Work place
This article highlights the book “Gentelligence,” written by Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management and Leadership. 

Forbes, Feb 16: Three Lenses For Leaders To Explore During The Decision-Making Process
This article, written by Miami University President Gregory Crawford, recommends three lenses to elevate critical thinking and better outcomes for your organization.

NPR-WNYC, MarketPlace, Feb 15: Freight railroads want to let companies track shipments
Lisa Ellram, University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, discusses the benefits of shipping by rail. This interview has been played on more than 70 NPR stations.

Cincinnati Enquirer, Feb 15: NKU, Miami move acceptance deadlines due to delayed FAFSA rollout
This article mentions that Miami University and Northern Kentucky University have extended deadlines based on the delays of FAFSA.

Bay Area Reporter, Feb 13: Turned-on town: Damon Scott's 'The City Aroused: Queer Places and Urban Development in Postwar San Francisco'
This article is a review of the newly published book by Damon Scott, Miami assistant professor of Geography and Global and International Studies. Scott’s book gives an overview of queer culture in postwar San Francisco.