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Miami Media Highlights April 22-28

Miami Media Highlights April 22-28

Spectrum News 13 Online, April 28, Miami University celebrates alumni entrepreneurs
This story focuses on the inaugural RedHawk50, which lists the fastest-growing companies started by Miami graduates.

U.S. News & World Report, April 26: Honors Colleges and Programs: What to Know
Zeb Baker, executive director of Miami’s Honors College, is quoted in this story about how students in honors colleges and programs often receive more individualized resources and learning, among other benefits.

U.S. News & World Report, April 24: What to Know About the Bill to Repeal Social Security Taxes
Michele Frank, associate professor of Accountancy, weighs in on the proposed “You Earned it. You Keep it” bill as it relates to social security taxes.

NPR-KOSU, April 24: Most nursing homes don't have enough staff to meet the federal government's new rules
This article highlights the Biden administration’s new staffing rules for nursing homes. John Bowblis, professor of Economics and research fellow with the Scripps Gerontology Center, addresses Medicaid reimbursement and staff shortages.

Spectrum News, Ch. 13, April 24: Recent grad creates start up business after mom’s diagnosis
VaLanDria Smith-Lash, a recent Miami graduate, introduces her skin care startup business, Coarse Culture, located on the Miami Oxford campus in the Lee and Rosemary Fisher Innovation College@Elm. Miami President Gregory Crawford is featured in the segment.

National Field Hockey Coaches Association, April 23: Celebrating Chip Rogers: A Beacon of Service in the Field Hockey Community
This story spotlights Chip Rogers, associate head coach of Miami’s field hockey program, and his volunteer work with the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and USA Field Hockey.