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Miami Media Highlights, Sept. 6-Sept. 12

Dayton Business Journal, Sept. 11: Miami University drafts $8M plan to renovate Gates-Abegglen Theatre

This article reports on Miami investing $8M to renovate Gates-Abegglen Theatre. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 


Fast Company, Sept. 10: It’s not the ‘Great Resignation’ but the ‘Great Reprioritization’

Scott Dust, professor of management, wrote this article citing his research on people leaving their jobs. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 


Lifewire, Sept. 10: Why AI Could Be Considered an Inventor

This article reports on AI being used as an inventor. Joseph Nwankpa, assistant professor of information systems and analytics, is quoted.


Forbes, Sept. 10: 15 Clever Ideas For Distributing Content More Effectively

Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, shares her ideas for effective content distribution. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 


Forbes, Sept. 9: Will Entrepreneurship Replace The Liberal Arts: One University Leader Says Yes

Q&A with Tim Holcomb, Chair and Endres Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, on the future of learning. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: 


Inside Higher Ed, Sept. 9: Centralizing Marcomm to Better Serve Our Audiences

Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, wrote this op-ed on centralizing marcomm efforts and things to consider. 


NPR WVXU-AM, Sept. 9: Nathan French discusses the legacy of 9/11 (Part 1)

This radio news program about the legacy of 9/11 features expert commentary from Nathan French, associate professor of comparative religion. 

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Forbes, Sept. 7: Three Tips for Tackling Difficult Conversations with Employees

Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, wrote this op-ed on tips to tackle difficult conversations with employees. 


Market Place, Sept. 6: How fantasy football became a billion-dollar industry

This article reports on the billion-dollar industry of fantasy football. Brody Ruihley, professor of sport leadership and management, is quoted.