By: Allison Haworth
Miami University and the Miami Indian Tribe have a special partnership valuing the importance of education. With an ongoing relationship of over 45 years, their many interactions and relationship with one another is greatly valued with shared interests of a common geographic, historic, educational and cultural interests. Whether it be having relationships with another business, person or an Indian tribe, it is highly professional to stay on common grounds with mutual beliefs, compromises and upholding joint responsibilities to maintain valuable relationships.
Unlike other universities’, Miami has created, developed and maintained a relationship with a diverse group of people. In PR, this is extremely relevant and crucial to have relationships with a plethora of people, companies and colleagues. You never know when your company will be in hot water for a recent incident, but having a valuable partnership and relationship with a variety of people can help yourself and others in the long run.
“The Miami Tribe is proud and honored that these lands, the rivers, and this great institution continue to bear our name,” said Chief Lankford of the Miami Tribe.
This type of mutual respectful relationship with one another not only makes for civil interactions with one another, but also creates good publicity for Miami University as they strive for a diverse, unmatched education, setting students up for success in their future careers.