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Miami Media Highlights March 25-31

Miami Media Highlights March 25-31

Journal-News, Mar 31: Stress Less Week: Miami U. uses annual event to help students better cope
This article highlights the activities hosted on the Miami campus to help students navigate the stress of exams. Jennifer Young, psychologist and associate director for community engagement at the student counseling service, is quoted.

Poets & Quants, Mar 31: 2024 Best & Brightest Business Major: Bridget Dougherty, Miami University (Farmer)
Miami University Farmer School of Business (FSB) student Bridget Dougherty is included in the Poets & Quants Best & Brightest Class of 2024. Jan Taylor, senior lecturer and director of the FSB Honors and Scholars program, is quoted.

Skeptical Inquirer, Mar 29: The Wickedest Wear in the World: A Necklace Allegedly Belonging to Aleister Crowley Made a Woman ‘Want to Worship the Devil’
This article tells of an amulet once owned by Alesiter Crowley as purported to be satanic. Jeb Card, associate teaching professor of Anthropology, joins other scholars in determining the markings and makeup of the necklace.

WDTN, Ch. 2, Mar 29: WDTN Celebrates 75th Anniversary
Bruce Drushel, professor and department chair of Media, Journalism, and Film, discusses the history of WDTN and the groundbreaking programs such as Ruth Lyons and the 50/50 Club.

NPR-WVXU, Ch. 91.7, Mar 27: 7 do's and don'ts for April 8's eclipse
This article offers helpful guidance to view the upcoming solar eclipse. Yao “Henry” Jin, associate professor of Supply Chain Management, warns of counterfeit glasses and how to view the eclipse safely. Jin’s recent article for The Conversation also was featured on PBS News Hour and Jin was quoted on CBS-WKRC Ch. 12, among several other news outlets. 

The New Republic, Mar 27: How Biden Could Radically Alter the U.S.-Israel Relationship
This article highlights the Biden administration’s executive order on violent extremism by settlers in the West Bank. Keith Preble, visiting assistant professor of Political Science, is quoted.

Forbes, Mar 26: How To Find The Right Culture Adds For Your Organization
Miami University President Gregory Crawford writes about how the right culture can benefit your organization. Crawford advises leaders to keep your organization’s vision, mission, and values in the forefront and how candidates will align and foster growth.

Worklife, Mar 25: How employers are helping prep the youngest generation of workers in AI
This article highlights how younger generations are being prepared to enter an AI heavy workforce. Miami University is named as one of the 5,500 institutions equipped with Tableau to generate AI data and build on skills.

NPR-WVXU, Ch. 91.7, Mar 25: Steve Baker retiring from Miami University
This radio broadcast story shares that Steve Baker, assistant athletic director and “the voice of the RedHawks” at Miami since 2001, will be retiring on June 30.

Tech Target, Mar 25: Metaverse pros and cons: Top benefits and challenges
This article on the pros and cons of metaverse technology features quotes by Glenn Platt, the C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology and Management, and Geoffrey Long, assistant teaching professor in the department of Emerging Technology in Business + Design.