Miami University

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It’s no secret that political campaigns use data to try to persuade voters. But a report from Ohio’s Miami University said some of this data is being weaponized to target voters who are most likely to be influenced – and they may not even realize it.

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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, October 26:


Here are your morning headlines for Monday, July 16:

  • Summit County unveils Fentanyl testing strips;
  • Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh donated to Richard Cordray;
  • Ohio approves legislation to honor Charles Follis;
  • Ohio State University president Michael Drake in top 10 highest paid among university presidents;
  • Akron kicks off Soap Box Derby;
  • Cleveland Cavaliers to re-sign Channing Frye;

Summit County unveils Fentanyl testing strips

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  The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the University of Texas’ affirmative action program Thursday.   Universities in Ohio are considering how the decision could affect their admissions policy.

Both  Ohio State and Miami University believe the high court’s 4 to 3 decision backs up the policies they have in place.

Sharon Davies is OSU’s Vice Provost for Diversity.

“It is heartening that the court reaffirms the value that we derive from a diverse university community,” she said.

Gregory Crawford Named Miami University's 22nd President

Feb 19, 2016
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Miami University's 22nd president will be Gregory Crawford. He'll take over in July for David Hodge, who's retiring. Miami's board of trustees voted to approve Crawford's nomination this morning. During a forum earlier this week, Crawford was asked about university/community relations, the next big thing in higher education, and how he would improve diversity at Miami.