Miami Media Highlights May 2 to May 8
Miami Media Highlights May 2 to May 8
Global News, May 8: Will the Joro spider make its way to Canada? Here’s what we know
This article reports on the invasive spider, the Joro making its way to Canada. Ann Rypstra, University Distinguished Professor of Biology, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic appeared in:
WGCH, May 8: Is your pet disruptive to your sleep?
This news broadcast reports on research conducted at the Center for Sleep Medicine at the Mayo Clinic regarding sleep disruptions and features Allen McConnell, chair and University Distinguished Professor of Psychology.
This article written by Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health, and Society, discusses the massive amounts of teachers resigning throughout the country and the implications that may have on the future of education.
Al Jazeera, May 6: Russia: What is Victory Day, and why is it important this May 9?
This article reports on this year’s Victory Day in Russia and what it will look like as the war rages on in the Ukraine. Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst professor of Russian history, is quoted.
ABC WCPO Ch. 9, May 6: Creating opportunity
This news broadcast reports on a partnership between Miami University and Aiken High School to teach students how to refurbish computers and features Beena Sukumaran, dean of the College of Engineering and Computing.
Yahoo! Money, May 6: Workers return to the office, but where’s the boss?
This article reports on workers returning to the office after Covid-19. Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management, William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Co-Director, and Director of Leadership and Development, is quoted.
This article reports on the shortage of long term health aides. John Bowblis, professor of Economics, is quoted. Additional reports on this topic:
CBS KEPR Washington, May 3: Aging in reverse in terms of memory and thinking may require a change in exercise routine
This article reports on researchers from Activate Brain and Body fitness center conducting a new trial with Miami researchers on how exercise impacts memory and thinking skills long term.
This article reports on the use of victorious World War II imagery in Russian cinema to boost Putin’s political legitimacy. Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst professor of Russian history, is quoted.
Cincinnati Enquirer, May 3: After drafting two Bearcats, Colts add RedHawks DB/LB Sterling Weatherford as free agent
This article reports on the Indianapolis Colts signing Miami RedHawk football player, Sterling Weatherford as a free agent.
Volt, May 3: Higher Ed Needs to Up its Martech Game
This article written by Jaime Hunt, Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, reports on the need for universities to invest in tech platforms and establish competitive staff salaries.
National Geographic, May 3: How the U.S. Midwest is Latin American
This article written by Daisy Hernández, assistant professor of English and Creative Writing, reports on the similarities she found between the Midwest and Latin America.
Stripe Hype, May 3: Bengals UDFA Jack Sorenson might shake up WR position
This article reports on the Cincinnati Bengals signing Miami RedHawk football player, Jack Sorenson as a free agent.
This article written by Gregory Crawford, president of Miami University, discusses the importance of creating a modern mission and vision statement that effectively embodies the purpose of your organization.
NPR KERA 90.1, May 2: Megan Gerhardt on ageism in the workplace (Part 1)
This radio broadcast reports on ageism in the workplace and features Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management, William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Co-Director, and Director of Leadership Development.
Tech Policy Press, April 20: The Privacy Imperative: A Conversation with Nathalie Maréchal & Matthew Crain
This podcast reports on surveillance advertising and internet privacy issues in the United States and features Matthew Crain, assistant professor of Media, Journalism and Film.