See all weekly Miami Media Highlights on our University News and Events website.
Our editors' picks for August provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage:
Forbes, Aug. 1: Understanding The Value Of Art At Work
- This article by Miami University President Gregory Crawford highlights the different ways that art holds value and ways that art can impact employees and the organization.
- A study co-authored by Riley Acton, assistant professor of Economics, finds that college-imposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates for students reduced total U.S. COVID-19 deaths in fall 2021. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several other media outlets.
- This article reports on Miami University receiving its largest annual fundraising amount in its history.
- Adam Beissel, assistant professor of Sport Leadership and Management, is quoted in this report on the name change of Paul Brown Stadium.
New York Times, Aug. 26: Maternal Instinct Is a Myth That Men Created
- Kimberly Hamlin, professor of History and Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted in this featured opinion piece about the myth of maternal instinct.
- Kimberly Hamlin, professor of History and Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted in this article on the people behind the creation of the 19th Amendment and the reasons why they organized.
The Tennessee Star, Aug. 26: Revised GDP Numbers Show the Economy Shrinking
- Lisa Ellram, University Distinguished Professor and the James Evan Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, is quoted in this article about the Department of Commerce’s findings that the GDP is contracting.
Los Angeles Times, Aug. 26: Miami (Ohio) is putting Sean McVay on pedestal with statue at ‘Cradle of Coaches’
- David Sayler, director of Athletics, is quoted in this article about Miami University’s plans to add a statue of Sean McVay to the Cradle of Coaches. Additional reports on this topic appeared in several other media outlets.
- Jessica McCarty, associate professor of Geography, is quoted in this report about energy costs skyrocketing in Europe as Russia burns off large amounts of natural gas. Additional reports on this topic appeared in many other media outlets.
Bloomberg, Aug. 25: Even Schools Flush With Cash Can’t Keep Up With Teacher Shortage
- Jason Lane, dean of the College of Education, Health, and Society, is quoted in this article about the negative impact the teaching shortage has had on schools around the country.