This article reports on the upcoming auction offering an original copy of a First Folio fragment of Shakespeare’s The First Part of Henry the Fourth. Miami University is mentioned as housing four complete Shakespeare Folios. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
Personio, Oct. 22: Do You Have A Toxic Work Environment (And How Do You Fix It)?
This article reports on signs of a toxic work environment. Scott Dust, professor of management, is quoted.
New York Times, Oct. 22: After Dropping Free Community College Plan, Democrats Explore Options
This article reports on expanded tuition assistance. Riley Acton, assistant professor of economics, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
This article reports Miami University being ranked No. 1 among Ohio’s Best Accredited Online Colleges. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
Journal News, Oct. 21: RTA, Oxford trail projects get grants
This article reports on funding Butler County and Oxford received to replace current buses with electric- or hydrogen-powered buses and create 2.25 miles of new trails in Oxford. Miami University was mentioned as being an additional donor to the projects.
Sidney Daily News, Oct. 21: Ohioans take more than 47 million steps to raise awareness for older adult falls
This article reports on Scripps Gerontology Center contributing to 10 Million Steps to Prevent Falls campaign.
Food Service Director, Oct. 21: The state of C&U foodservice: Upping innovation
This article reports on Miami University food service upping innovation while engaging with students during social distancing.
Teknovation.Biz, Oct. 20: Miami University, Cintrifuse working together to launch "Ideation Green Lab"
This article reports on Miami University’s partnership with Cintrifuse to launch, “Ideation Green Lab.”
Forbes, Oct. 20: How To Create a Communications Strategy For a High-Profile Event
Jaime Hunt, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, shares insight to creating a communications strategy for a high-profile event.
Dayton Business Journal, Oct. 19: Local higher education institutions, businesses garner nearly $10M to advance aerospace innovation in Ohio
This article reports on Miami University being among local area colleges to receive funding to advance science and technology innovation.
Indian Country Today, Oct. 19: Myaamia Tribe commemorates forced removal 175 years ago
This article reports on the relationship between Miami University and the Myaamia Tribe, and the Day of Remembrance held Oct. 11 to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the forced removal of the Miami Tribe from their homelands. .
Technology Newsroom, Oct. 18: Why Ford Picked Tennessee for Its New Electric-Vehicle Plant
This article reports on Ford Motor Company’s decision to develop a large complex to produce electric cars and batteries in Tennessee. James Rubenstein, adjunct professor emeritus of geography, is quoted.
SPNWS, Oct. 18: Miami University offers the TRIO program
This broadcast reports on the Miami University regional campus TRIO program designated to help first-generation students succeed. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
ABC News, Oct. 2: Tests, background checks can thwart police diversity effort
This article reports on law enforcement entry procedures that are preventing a diversified police force. Rodney Coates, professor of global and intercultural studies, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in: