Why young adults are angry and afraid about climate change
Talula Thibault, a senior at the University of Miami and chair of the ECO Agency, will participate in the Global Climate Strike alongside a million others around the globe.
Study gives the green light to the fruit fly’s color preference
Overturning a widely accepted fact, University of Miami researchers discover that fruit flies hate blue light and pick their preferred colors based on the time of day.
Mastering sustainability in business
The Miami Business School this fall launched a unique and forward-thinking Master of Science in Sustainable Business degree program.
The $1 trillion US deficit: Should we worry about it?
The United States can handle its growing debt a lot better than other countries, such as Argentina, which is likely to fail to honor its debt soon.
The power of composites
A University of Miami materials engineer is developing a method that will help the aviation industry learn more about the strength and durability of composite materials.
Video: State of the University Town Hall
View highlights from the University of Miami State of the University Town Hall event.
Your favorite flu shot excuse might be a myth
Student Health Service dispels five common misconceptions about the influenza vaccine so that students, faculty, and staff can take charge of their health ahead of flu season.
Coping with disaster
University of Miami experts discuss the potential mental health impacts in the Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian.
Lecture series at the School of Nursing and Health Studies
The Fall Lecture series explores topics on accelerated resolution therapy treatments, pain management, and psychological stressor solutions.
Open for business, and restoration
As the Bahamas urges tourists to visit its islands unaffected by Hurricane Dorian, University of Miami architects are helping to support the Bahamian economy by continuing preservation efforts on historic properties there.
A personal connection spurs relief effort
Katya Saunders, president of the Bahamian Students Association, is leading a relief effort to help her home country rebuild following Hurricane Dorian.
Stories of impact worth hearing
The uniqueness of the University of Miami—as a place to live, learn, share knowledge, and innovate—shines through in three talks presented at the State of the U Town Hall event.
Celebrating our collective success
University of Miami President Julio Frenk touted the University’s recent accomplishments in his second State of the University Town Hall address.
Making his presence known
Internationally acclaimed conductor Gerard Schwarz makes his Frost School debut to rave reviews.
Triton takes a bow
The Center for Computational Science celebrated the launch of its newest supercomputer this week, designed to accelerate more data-driven research throughout the University of Miami.
Sparking new autism discoveries
University of Miami researchers who are collaborating on the world’s largest autism research project see promising results in the first study.
Responding to the disaster in the Bahamas
A team from the University of Miami has visited Bahamas twice in the past few days, making an initial assessments on hospital needs.
Using technology to detect autism sooner
UM psychology and engineering professors are collaborating to create a program that evaluates children for autism using digital data.
South Florida’s ties to the Bahamas
University of Miami’s Otto G. Richter Library houses various archives that tell the story of how South Florida’s history has a deep connection to the Bahamas.
Caring for your fellow 'Canes
Students, faculty and staff can join the growing network of campus “gatekeepers” who are trained to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide during Suicide Prevention Month.
Havana at 500
The University’s School of Architecture and Cuban Heritage Collection team up to showcase the history and legacy of Cuba’s capital.
Possible homes for those recovering from Dorian?
School of Architecture associate professor Sonia Chao and her team have created building kits that would help storm victims in the Bahamas convert shipping containers into alternative housing units.
Empowered by personal choice
Thanks to the Independent Major program, senior Phoebe Cohen is pursuing both of her academic passions—music and science.
Hurricane Dorian relief: how you can help
The University of Miami community has come together to help those impacted by Hurricane Dorian. Find out how you can get involved.
Strengthening mathematical bonds
A new mathematics institute at the University of Miami will harness the knowledge of academics from the U.S. and Latin America.
A deep dive on Dorian
UM researchers answer critical questions about the record-breaking storm that pummeled the Bahamas and is now on a path toward the Southeast.
The mysterious vaping illness
As respiratory illnesses connected to electronic smoking products surge, University of Miami epidemiologist Denise Vidot is alarmed that e-cigarette use is outpacing research on the devices.
September arts guide at the U
Interested in the arts? Check out this comprehensive wrap-up for all arts-related events happening on and off campus this month.
Provost message to faculty on the return of students after Dorian
Jeffrey Duerk, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, sent the following message to faculty on Monday morning regarding the return of students to campus after Hurricane Dorian.
Hurricane Dorian: Information about the storm
This blog will be continually updated with information about the University of Miami and the UM community.
Monitoring Dorian
The University of Miami continues to monitor and prepare for Hurricane Dorian, and look toward recovery efforts after the storm. Here’s a few things to consider to get ready at home.
Latest information on Hurricane Dorian
The University of Miami is closely monitoring Hurricane Dorian and providing information as needed.
University adopts test-optional admission policy for music and architecture students
The Frost School of Music and School of Architecture can now admit students based on their music auditions or artistic portfolios, not standardized test scores.
A look at the term, LatinX
The name has been adopted by some who prefer a gender-neutral term when referring to ethnicity.
What’s on your playlist?
'Canes share their favorite music obsessions.
The Amazon is on fire—here is why it matters
University of Miami experts share insights on the massive wildfires burning in the Amazon.
The ‘Money Talks’ series offers free personal finance education
The University of Miami new Money Management Program is aimed at complementing existing financial wellness resources.
Study abroad expands hemispheric reach
A new study abroad program will offer students the chance to live in Chile and Argentina this spring.
New student government leaders look to empower and connect
Seniors Emily Gossett, Millie Chokshi, and Jason Kaplan are eager to implement their platform throughout the academic year.
Weekend in Orlando
Follow the sights and sounds of the pregame festivities in Orlando leading up to Saturday’s big game.
Mapping the global highways of hate
A team of researchers created the first mapping model of its kind to track how hate spreads and adapts online, and, they hope, to thwart it.
Drinking water challenges on the rise
University of Miami professors who study water treatment and civil engineering say that water contamination issues point to human error.
Is Newark the next Flint?
University of Miami experts in health geography, law, and public health weigh in on some of the issues surrounding the water-contamination crisis in New Jersey’s largest city.
Stamps Scholars welcomed to campus
The Class of 2023 Stamps Scholars begin their first year at the University of Miami.
Hurricane Productions continues to host the fun
With 102 events already on their calendar, new initiatives are also on the horizon for the University of Miami’s largest student-run organization.
Indicators of change
Economic expert Paulo Leme analyzes last week’s economic downturn.
A world away
Dozens of University of Miami students seized the opportunity to learn across the world this summer.
Back on campus
New and returning students share some of their expectations for the semester on the first day of classes.
Volunteering in their new community
Nearly 100 University of Miami students participated in Orientation Outreach to assist the staff at Phillis Wheatley Elementary School prepare for the new school year.
’Cane Kickoff 2019 wraps up as classes begin
Take a look back on new student orientation and browse through a gallery of photos from various events hosted throughout the week.
Orange and green is in this family's makeup
Father, mother, and daughter will all be students at the University of Miami this fall semester.
What to know if lightning strikes
UM weather expert and senior research associate Brian McNoldy explains the science behind lightning and how to stay out of its path.
The history behind cherished ’Canes traditions
As students make their way back to campus for the new school year, here’s a refresher on some of the longest standing traditions in the University’s history.
Signature event welcomes new students
President Julio Frenk and student leaders formally welcome first-year and transfer students to campus at ’Canes Take Flight.
Remembering Woodstock
Marc Gellman, a University of Miami research associate professor, recounts his experience attending the historic Woodstock music festival in 1969.
Horizons connects new multicultural students
The pre-orientation program introduces a community of new multicultural students to campus life.
Studying the surging seaweed that is sargassum
With beaches from Mexico to northern Florida overrun by smelly sargassum, University of Miami researchers are investigating everything from the seaweed’s movement to its chemical composition.
Conspiracy theories envelop Epstein death
The suicide of politically connected multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein on Saturday morning has fueled a barrage of conspiracy theories.
’Cane Kickoff 2019 is right around the corner
What to expect as the University of Miami welcomes new students.
The executive MBA program that’s gone global
UM is the only school in the U.S. to offer the Global OneMBA Program, a global executive MBA program offered in partnership with renowned business schools around the world.
Searching for the ‘hidden drivers’ of Florida’s rarest plants
University of Miami biologists are growing thousands of rare plants to determine how microbes and fire will influence their health in a changing climate.
Outdoor wireless connectivity gets a boost
University of Miami Information Technology, working with Facilities Operations and Planning, spent the summer improving outdoor wireless coverage and reliability across the Coral Gables campus.
An American master: Her gift to us, our responsibility to her
Toni Morrison, the critically acclaimed novelist, essayist, professor, and first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, died Aug. 6.
New ’Canes move in
Hundreds of new students and their families filled the Watsco Center and residential colleges at the University of Miami as student move-in began.
Taking a chance on new audiences
Drawing on his experience in a re-envisioned ‘Guys and Dolls,’ choreographer Julio Agustin Matos, Jr., shares his insights on attracting more diverse audiences to Broadway’s Golden Age musicals.
The impact of reviving the federal death penalty
University of Miami legal experts in law and sociology weigh in on the Justice Department’s decision to restart executions.
It's On Us is about you
Renu Nargund serves as an ambassador for the It’s On Us initiative at the University of Miami, and was recently named the District 6 advisor, covering seven states and the District of Columbia. She recently attended the IOU national student summit in Ohio.
Disrupting extremist conspiracy theories
As the nation mourns another massacre by an alleged white supremacist, University of Miami researchers hope their team approach will counter those who act on hate.
The power of trees
University of Miami faculty members weigh in on how planting trees can help reverse the effects of climate change.
US and China continue to spar over currency and tariffs
A move by China to devalue its currency disrupted global financial markets on Monday.
Study abroad programs expand in London and Switzerland
Students interested in sport administration and environmental storytelling can now explore their passion for the subject in a new location.
U-LINK’s ‘big reveal’
The teams awarded grants from the UM Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge share their progress while Provost Jeffrey Duerk unveils plans to bring U-LINK to the classroom.
Mosquitoes now a year-round threat to Miami-Dade County
A new study shows that mosquitos in South Florida are making urban neighborhoods a permanent home.
Using data to predict the future
College of Engineering researcher Ramin Moghaddass is developing a model that uses data science to understand complex systems and prevent catastrophic failures.
Is it time for a third party in the US?
Deep polarization between the Democratic and Republican parties has made some voters believe that it is time for a strong third party to emerge.
Think before you swipe
Recent credit card and credit bureau data breaches emphasize the need to protect yourself against cybercriminals.
Nick Buoniconti, co-founder of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, passes away
Following a devastating spinal cord injury to his son, Marc, in 1985, Buoniconti, a longtime UM trustee, became a driving force dedicated to finding a cure to spinal cord injuries.
How do you get up from a chair?
A University of Miami study is comparing equipment that could help the elderly measure muscle power and velocity, and keep their balance when sitting and standing.
Sylvester the new ‘crown jewel’ helping to fight the war on cancer
With the new NCI designation announced Monday, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center will continue its dedicated commitment to clinical care, research, and community outreach.
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute ranked No. 1 again; UHealth ENT jumps to No. 9
This is the 18th time that Bascom Palmer has received the No. 1 ranking, while the Department of Otolaryngology moved into the top 10.
Two undergraduate students awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Shwetha Mudalegundi and Danielle Goldwert were selected from more than 5,000 applicants to receive nationally funded support for their research projects at the University of Miami.
Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center receives prestigious distinction
Sylvester joins a highly select group as one of only two NCI-designated cancer centers in the state of Florida, and one of just 71 across the nation.
A firsthand lesson in parliamentary politics
Students in the School of Communication’s London program learned how the United Kingdom is navigating Brexit as they visited news, public relations and advertising companies in July.
Ocean predators take center stage
University of Miami shark expert Neil Hammerschlag stars in two nail-biting “Shark Week” specials this week on the Discovery Channel.
Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center earns prestigious National Cancer Institute designation
Sylvester joins a highly select group as one of only two NCI-designated cancer centers in the state of Florida, and one of just 71 across the nation.
Training teachers in Haiti to address mental health
Doctoral student Marisol Meyer spent a week in Haiti working with Rebati Santé Mentale’s Teachers Mental Health Training Program.
What does Prime Minister Boris Johnson mean for Brexit?
Britain’s new populist leader has promised to separate the country from the European Union by Oct. 31.
Students gain valuable research experience
Computer savvy students from colleges around the country spent the summer with science professors across the university to bolster their research capabilities.
Talking Yoda, the Turnover Chain, and the 2019 college football season
A month before his team battles the Florida Gators in Orlando, Miami football head coach Manny Diaz sat down with the president of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce for a fireside-style chat.
Opening pop-up health clinics in Jamaica
After switching careers from film to nursing, School of Nursing and Health Studies student Andrea Leiner goes ‘off the grid’ in Jamaica and strengthens her passion.
Should age be a factor in the race for U.S. president?
With a field of Democratic presidential candidates that includes three septuagenarians, the question is popping up.
Britain’s Brexit man, Boris Johnson, to be next prime minister
The new leader of the Conservative Party has vowed to tackle Brexit and make it happen sooner rather than later.
New study finds offshore aquaculture has low environmental impact
UM Rosenstiel School researchers monitor nutrient footprint from offshore aquaculture.
Puerto Rico se levantó
Daily protests are taking place in Puerto Rico, calling for the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Roselló.
Mexican drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman will spend his life in prison
How will the sentencing of “El Chapo” impact the drug trade out of Mexico? Bruce Bagley, a professor of International Studies and an expert on drug cartels, weighs in.
Raising ‘reasonable suspicions’ about stop-and-frisk policies
By showing how the controversial crime-fighting strategy is unevenly employed in marginalized neighborhoods, graduate student Rachel Lautenschlager hopes to propel law enforcement reforms.
A miserably hot, humid, and potentially fatal weekend looms
Hosmay Lopez, of the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies at the University of Miami, says heat waves will become increasingly more common, and deadly.
Hidden figure
UM alumna Shirley Hoffman Kilkelly was one of the few women engineers who worked on the Apollo 11 moon mission.
Rocket man
College of Engineering alumnus Frank DeMattia was just 21 years old when he went to work at NASA on the powerful Saturn V rocket.
Healthy dieting tips for the summer
Registered dietitian Stephanie Sanchez shares realistic, healthy ways to get you on track and headed towards your summer weight and fitness goals.
Great Start introduces incoming commuter and transfer students to campus life
The overnight pre-orientation program – now in its 30th year – welcomes newly admitted first-year commuter and transfer students with a weekend of fun.
Armstrong’s small step left giant memories for those who watched
Apollo 11 astronaut’s moonwalk, which took place 50 years ago Saturday, is remembered by members of the UM community.
Using ‘mooncrete’ for building blocks on the moon
A University of Miami College of Engineering researcher is trying to perfect a technique of using lunar soil as a type of concrete to build structures on the moon.
Expanding her portfolio
Through an internship with M. Shanken Communications, rising senior Teddy Willson has contributed to both Wine Spectator and V magazines.
From tragedy to triumph
University of Miami alumna Vanessa Garcia recounts her personal journey writing for the highly acclaimed play, the “Amparo Experience.”
From the Earth to the moon: How did Apollo 11 change us?
University of Miami religious studies professor Catherine Newell weighs in on some of the big questions about the moon landing.
The next giant leap in space exploration
NASA wants to return humans to the moon by 2024. A University of Miami engineering graduate is part of a team that will help get them there.
Studying the biodiversity of the Solomon Islands
Junior Peter Aronson spent three weeks completing an immersive field research course in the South Pacific Ocean.
Ambassadors for interdisciplinary research
New U-LINK Predoctoral Fellowships allow graduate students to tackle interdisciplinary research projects with faculty from two different areas of expertise.
Discovering a calling in Japan
University of Miami student Kayla Crews has always been fascinated with Japan and its culture. Participating in study abroad there made it all real.
Finding inspiration in Cannes
School of Communication senior Leah Brown attended Cannes Lions Festival, one of the largest annual advertising and media gatherings held for the industry.
Assessing California’s Infrastructure
A University of Miami engineering faculty member discusses how California’s infrastructure fared during the recent earthquake.
Campus weather stations provide accurate forecasting
The University of Miami utilizes WeatherSTEM units on campus that continually scan atmospheric conditions to provide important data on weather conditions and much more.
A Hurricanes connection to U.S. women’s soccer
Betsy Stephenson, a senior development director at the University of Miami, is married to the head coach of the U.S. women’s national soccer team.
Is the World Cup a game changer for gender equality?
University of Miami sports scholars weigh in on the social impact of the Women’s World Cup win, celebrated with a ticker-tape parade in New York today.
Invisible threats in the water
UM experts share some ways to avoid water-borne illnesses this summer.
Finding success on Broadway
University of Miami alumnus Joey Barreiro, performing in the touring Broadway hit “A Bronx Tale,” reflects on how his time at the University influenced his artistic career on stage.
This library collection is something special
The University of Miami Libraries Special Collections contains invaluable items. Here's a look at a few of the rare gems.
Deepfake technology has us asking: Is it real or fake?
Deepfake technology used to alter video and other media is becoming more sophisticated. University of Miami experts weigh in on the threat it poses.
Conducting field research in Belize
Doctoral candidate Adrianne Wilson spent two weeks in Belize researching lane snapper populations.
What does the Supreme Court’s gerrymandering decision mean?
Miami Law’s Frances Hill discusses the recent SCOTUS ruling that could have far-reaching implications for American politics.
A masterclass with Yoshiki
The Japanese rock legend Yoshiki shares his passion for music during a visit to the University of Miami Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music.
Harris considered big winner in second Democratic debate
Patrick E. Waldinger, assistant director of debate and a lecturer in the University of Miami School of Communication, dissects Thursday’s Democratic presidential debate.
How Stonewall shaped the future for LGBTQ rights and other causes
Members of the University of Miami community reflect on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Miami Law podcast: 'The Cult of the Constitution'
Mary Anne Franks, in a Miami Law podcast, unboxes all the first and second amendment issues with a good-for-the-goose, good-for-the-gander look at the powers that twist the Constitution to drive their agendas.
What did the Democratic debate tell us?
Patrick E. Waldinger, assistant director of debate and a lecturer in the University of Miami School of Communication, provides his analysis of Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate.
Confronting hate in America today
Lessons from the Holocaust Studies Summer Institute is offered annually to Miami-Dade County Public Schools teachers by the School of Education and Human Development.
A clinic without walls aims to conquer HIV/AIDS
As the nation observes National HIV Testing Day today, the University of Miami’s street-based, rapid-HIV testing program holds the promise of becoming a model for reaching at-risk communities.
The Democratic presidential debates come to Miami
The first debates of the Democratic presidential primary season will take place over two nights. How will the candidates compete to come out on top?
Researching abortion laws in Chilean archives
Doctoral student Maria del Rosario Concha Mendez is spending the summer researching materials in the National Library in Santiago for her dissertation.
Joining the Peace Corps in Indonesia
Alumna Lauren Crotty reflects on her undergraduate experience and the path that led her to sign up with the Peace Corps.
Seeing Barcelona through his lens
Charles Gonzalez, a junior in the School of Communication, traveled to Barcelona this summer for a photography workshop.
The battle beyond the pitch
The U.S. women’s national soccer team, competing for the World Cup in France, is entrenched in a court fight for equal pay.
Simulating disaster to train humanitarians
In the first course of its kind on a college campus, faculty, staff, and students will learn if they have the right stuff—and skills—to respond to future disasters.
Preserving precious history
University of Miami Libraries is working to establish a University archive of LGBTQ materials.
Mentoring local youngsters on the gridiron
University of Miami football players and coaches mentored area youth at a free football clinic in Homestead.
Could 5G take weather forecasting back to the 1980s?
Some scientists fear that the new fifth generation of wireless networks interferes with critical satellite data needed for accurate storm forecasting.
New study identifies molecular aging ‘midlife crisis’
A new study led by Miller School professor Dr. Claes Wahlestedt observes that key molecular programs known to promote longevity do not last beyond midlife.
Bolivia under Morales
Evo Morales, first elected president of Bolivia in 2005, and could win an unprecedented fourth term in office in October despite concerns over political corruption.
Celebrating Juneteenth
The University of Miami Black Alumni Society is hosting a number of Juneteenth events around the country to honor the momentous day of freedom and significance in the lives of African-Americans.
A 'super' effort to restore reefs in peril
The University of Miami Rosenstiel School’s Rescue a Reef program teams up with the NFL and others to help build a coral restoration site off Miami.
The Chopin Academy opens the door to music enthusiasts
The Frost Chopin Festival and Academy at the University of Miami provides unparalleled experiences for budding pianists, and the public.
University of Miami alumna Jackie Nespral chosen ‘Best TV News Anchor of 2019’
The Emmy Award-winning journalist, who grew up in Miami and started her career in Spanish language television, receives the honor from the Miami New Times.
Mobilizing ICU survivors with music
Nursing researchers and music therapists test a simple and cost-effective way of motivating critical care patients to exercise their weakened muscles.
Audiobooks continue to rise in popularity
The University of Miami Libraries offer readers multiple ways to access the books, which are popular with commuters and those who like the convenience.
Assessing the impact of the Taylor Energy oil spill
Rosenstiel School researcher Martin Grosell weighs in on how marine life in the Gulf could be affected by the longest continuous oil spill in U.S. history.
Anthony Eudelio Varona named dean of University of Miami School of Law
Varona, an attorney and educator who specializes in administrative law, communications and media law, and sexuality and gender law, will join the University on Aug. 1.
Winners announced in Rosenstiel School's underwater photo contest
More than 600 underwater images were submitted for this year's contest, with awards given in four categories.
International migration specialist honored by the Spanish Crown
University of Miami sociologist Alejandro Portes receives Spain’s highest honor for his life’s work on one of the world’s major societal issues.
Preventing cancer among firefighters
A two-day symposium hosted by Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is focused on controlling and preventing the cancers that are killing firefighters.
Learning the art of filmmaking in Japan
San Diego native Talia Mereles is studying motion picture production for three weeks with eight film students as part of a UM faculty-led study abroad program.
Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’
The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.
University earns national recognition for support of first-generation students
The University of Miami is recognized for its commitment to improving experiences and outcomes of first-generation students.
Tackling controversial technology face by face
University of Miami researchers are trying to improve how facial recognition software “sees” race and ethnicity.
Journey to Japan
Recent graduate Andrew Simms shares how he discovered his passion with the help of several offices at the University.
Summer exhibitions at the Lowe Art Museum
Two new exhibitions opening on June 20 challenge stereotypes and examine political complexities
Hong Kong: How the demonstrations happened, and what they might portend
Additional protests in Hong Kong over the weekend resulted in an apology from the region’s chief executive, but the proposed extradition bill remains in play.
Is the Julian Assange indictment an assault on freedom of the press?
UM law professor Lili Levi weighs in on the case of the WikiLeaks founder.
Defying the odds to build a brighter future
Haiti’s 2010 earthquake shattered Fedelene Camille’s hip and, she thought, her dreams. Nearly a decade later, the rising senior reflects on the opportunities that led her to the University of Miami.
Expanding the University of Miami’s connective network
The University of Miami opens a regional office in Mexico City; showcases research in Mexico at prestigious El Colegio Nacional conference.
How El Niño could affect the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season
The climate phenomenon, which impacts weather patterns around the world, is known to suppress tropical storm development.
Wilkins appointed University of Miami School of Communication dean
The University announced the appointment of Karin Gwinn Wilkins as the new dean of the School of Communication.
Looking for summer reading?
Three University of Miami professors recommend their favorites books to enjoy during the summer months ahead.
Hurricane-ready responders
The School of Nursing and Health Studies is preparing undergraduates to be front-line first responders after hurricanes and other disasters.
Surveying the ‘Worlds of Journalism’ in Latin America and the Caribbean
Academics met at the University of Miami to plan the next phase of a study looking at how journalists in the region view their profession and the challenges they face.
The historians of Westeros
Former University of Miami student Elio M. Garcia, Jr. and his wife Linda Antonsson discuss their journey related to the popular HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” which began on campus.
LAND for Affordable Housing
Researchers at the University of Miami are using big data to identify affordable housing opportunities for residents of Miami-Dade County.
The second time around
From office furniture to electronics to kitchen items, the University of Miami sells surplus property at heavily discounted prices. Get details here, and find out more about the University’s initiative to recycle items for reuse.
eMerge Americas Revisted: Zebrafish for therapies
Researchers at the University of Miami are studying zebrafish to understand human genetics and identify treatment strategies for a wide spectrum of diseases and conditions, such as hearing loss, peripheral neuropathy, and autism.
University forms new center to battle Miami's HIV epidemic
Behavioral scientists establish a new mental health research center at the University of Miami to halt Miami's AIDS epidemic.
eMerge Americas Revisited: Building superior weather forecasting models
Researchers at the University of Miami are transforming weather forecasts by creating a seasonal forecasting model that brings together multiple prediction models to produce more reliable forecasts.
eMerge Americas Revisited: Organ on a chip
Imagine simulating diabetes, lung cancer, or heart disease on a device no larger than a credit card.
The politics of the abortion issue
Alabama’s new abortion law puts the issue of women’s rights in the spotlight for the upcoming 2020 elections.
eMerge Americas Revisited: 3D Anatomage Table
The University of Miami is shaping the future of education by using innovative approaches that drive student success through engaged learning.
The 2019 ’Canes Film Showcase will highlight student work
Six short films created by University of Miami film students will be screened in Los Angeles this week.
Understanding journalists and what they do
Researchers from 16 Latin American and Caribbean countries, hosted by the Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas, will share information on the challenges journalists face and their contributions to society.
Singing in harmony to the top
Two University of Miami a cappella groups, Tufaan and BisCaydence, celebrated big wins in different competitions.
The new onslaught on Roe v. Wade
After Alabama’s governor signed into law the most-stringent anti-abortion bill in the nation, UM experts in law and gender and sexuality studies discuss its repercussions and what’s to come.
Tensions rise with tariff hikes
University of Miami faculty members weigh in on the continuing trade war between the United States and China.
Graduate students win prestigious fellowships
Three students in the College of Arts and Sciences have been recognized with National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Baseball’s new skipper charts a winning course
Gino DiMare, who took the reins as head coach last summer, has skippered a major turnaround in the program, which now sits poised to play in the NCAA tournament for the first time in two years.
Working for his passion of music
The University of Miami Alumni Association launched its new program, “Meet the CEO,” in NYC Monday featuring music industry executive and alumnus Lyor Cohen.
Global ambassadors promote global learning to peers
Undergraduate students who are part of the Global Ambassadors program draw on their experience to urge fellow students to participate in study abroad.
Placement of Florida foster children mapped
Robert Latham with the School of Law used data available through Florida's public records law to track the whereabouts of foster children since 2002.
Graduates take their next step in style
For graduates, commencement ceremonies are not only a symbol of new beginnings, but an opportunity to set themselves apart through fashion.
Poem by Richard Blanco
Poet and essayist Richard Blanco inspires graduates at the May 10 Commencement ceremony with a poem written just for them, Teach Us, Then. Read the poem below the video.
Commencement 2019: ‘Teach us, Then’
Thousands of University of Miami students crossed the stage at the Watsco Center Friday in three Commencement ceremonies, during which speakers told them to seek success, facilitate positive change, and teach the rest of us along the way.
An empowering rite of passage
Senior Mwambo, an annual pre-commencement celebration honors black and brown students for their academic and civic achievements.
Graduate students eye future success
Commencement speaker Drew Gilpin Faust, former president of Harvard, told University of Miami graduate students that their culturally rich community has uniquely prepared them to help the world and succeed.
A space to meet and collaborate
African Students Union, Caribbean Students Association and Planet Kreyol were recently allocated a shared office in the Shalala Student Center’s Student Organization suite, opening boundless opportunities for collaboration and dialogue.
As Mother’s Day approaches, a mother-daughter bond grows
Alina Hudak, the deputy mayor of Miami-Dade County, will be the alumni speaker during her daughter’s commencement ceremony on Friday.
Miami Law Women president will deliver student speech at Spring 2019 Commencement
Sanjana Palla – who speaks five languages – is graduating from the University of Miami School of Law with a concentration in the business of innovation, law, and technology.
Celebrating graduating students with pride
The fifth annual Lavender Celebration recognizes the accomplishments of graduating LGBTQ+ students and the safe and inclusive spaces they helped create.
University of Miami and Miami Dade College team up for student success
Students who earn an associate’s degree from the Miami Dade Honors College and meet transfer requirements for the University of Miami will be guaranteed acceptance and merit-based financial support.
Placing the spotlight on historical archives
The Cuban Heritage Collection is hosting a panel of distinguished experts to explore the importance of art in a scholarly archive.
Special Report: 2019 Commencement
Commencement ceremonies will take place at the Watsco Center on the Coral Gables campus over three days, on May 9 to May 11, with new graduates participating in seven events.
Finding his groove at the piano—and on the financial stage
From music to money, Joseph Chica renews his life’s passion and finds a new one at the University of Miami.
Met Gala Monday
University of Miami staff and students weigh in on what to expect on the red carpet at the 71st Annual Met Gala in New York City.
Juan siblings’ graduation continues a family tradition
With newly minted University of Miami degrees, three brothers and a sister—all from Spain—solidify a family pact.
Miami’s craft breweries
Senior David Lanster, a research scholar at UM Libraries, gathered information on the history of breweries in Miami for a special collection.
Hilarie Bass named chair of the University of Miami Board of Trustees
David Epstein and William Morrison are installed as vice chairs of the BOT; Leah Colucci elected student trustee.
Graduating student ‘Drake-ful’ for opportunities
Destiny James recounts the life-changing challenges and obstacles she climbed to find her vocation at the University of Miami.
Stepping into the past through new technology
Students in a new spring class got a chance to learn virtual and printed 3D technology while also investigating a relic from ancient Greece or Rome.
Sophomore throws first pitch at Miami Marlins game
Jackie Robinson Foundation scholar Miles Pendleton excels on and off campus.
Plotting the future through data
The University of Miami is focused on using data science to drive its students and research to new heights.
Student innovations take center stage at eMerge Americas
University of Miami engineering students were among those who showcased their design projects at the inaugural Florida Intercollegiate Competition in Technological Innovation.
eMerge Americas: Sights and sounds through video
The two-day technology conference focuses on start-ups, innovation, and networking.
Technology on parade at eMerge Americas
The University of Miami showcases its tech projects and groundbreaking research at the annual technology conference.
Overcoming obstacles to succeed
As political unrest continues in Venezuela, several University of Miami students from the South American country received financial grants to help them graduate.
Mueller report update
UM law professor Frances Hill provides insight on some of the redacted report’s key contents.
Advice for the ages
Seven luminaries from fields as diverse as medicine and poetry will share their wisdom with the Class of 2019 in May commencement exercises.
eMerge Americas in action
Connect with the University of Miami during eMerge Americas, which takes place today and Tuesday at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Stepping into the Magicverse
Architecture students used Magic Leap’s spatial computing technology to envision what the future holds on campus and in their careers.
A full slate of Democratic candidates for president
Gregory Koger, professor of political science, provides some insight on what it means to have Joe Biden join the fray.
Noteworthy trove
Trustee Alfred Camner and his family make a second donation of rare musical scores to the University.
Five things to know about the NFL draft
The 2019 NFL draft begins tonight from Nashville, Tennessee, and continues through Saturday with seven rounds of picks.
Lakeside Village reaches the top
The final concrete slabs for the 25 interconnected buildings of the newly named Lakeside Village are complete, marking a key milestone in the construction.
The power of books
A former UM professor started a company dedicated to publishing books on African-American culture, helping to give students access to their history.
Transforming historic sugar mills in the Dominican Republic
A group of School of Architecture students visited the Caribbean nation to learn about the historic sugar mill ruins, as well as the history and culture of Santo Domingo.
First graduate program merging climate and health to launch
Faculty with the Miller School of Medicine and Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science will teach the interdisciplinary course.
A decade of visionary leadership
Patricia “Trish” White, dean of the School of Law, is stepping down at the end of the academic year.
Embracing Earth Day
At the annual Hug the Lake, sustainability manager Teddy Lhoutellier was honored for improving the environment, reducing waste, and inspiring others to join the University’s sustainability efforts.
Music of the Plants
Alumna Yvette Soler, better known as Tigrilla Gardenia, connects her music engineering background with plants to create the 'perfect musical instrument.'
Preserving treasured items
Preservation Week, from April 21 to April 27, is focused on highlighting the importance of learning how to protect documents, books and other heirlooms.
Experience eMerge Americas
There are numerous ways to connect with the University of Miami during the two-day tech conference on Miami Beach.
Notre Dame fire a ‘lesson in fragility’
A symbol of both French heritage and Catholicism, Paris’ 850-year-old gothic cathedral was gutted by a devastating fire that raged for hours, destroying its vaulted wooden roof and iconic spire.
Celebration of Involvement recognizes service and leadership
The Division of Student Affairs hosted a reception to present campus-wide awards and scholarships to students and staff who have exemplified excellence.
Celebrating Earth Day
The University of Miami celebrates Earth Day with a host of activities at or near the Lakeside Patio.
Phi Beta Kappa initiates new members
The nation’s oldest and most-widely known academic honor society inducted 45 students from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Ken Jeong tells students, ‘make the most of it and make it your own’
For the second installment of its “What Matters to U” lecture series, Student Government invited actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong to the University of Miami to discuss his atypical career path.
Inside the making of ‘Game of Thrones’
There is at least one member of House Hurricane in the Seven Kingdoms: alumnus David Nutter, who shares some of his experience working as a director for “Game of Thrones” during its eight-season run on HBO. No spoilers.
Peer educators named region's most outstanding group
The William W. Sandler Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Education's peer educator team was recognized by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators for its significant contributions to the UM community.
Teammates for life
When Gerard Daphnis needed a new kidney, his former UM football teammate stepped up to the plate, strengthening the bond between the two.
Is there a role for morality in science?
An upcoming symposium will explore how professionals in the science field can integrate moral questions into their research.
On the path to being a ‘smart city’
The University of Miami and the City of Coral Gables are hosting a competition aimed at helping the city be smarter, more sustainable, and more efficient.
Student employees honored
To mark student employment week, the Office of Student Financial Assistance and Employment on Tuesday honored student employees at the 2019 Student Employment Award Ceremony at the Shalala Student Center.
The importance of the humanities
Students and faculty are set to showcase humanities research and inform the University community in understanding what research in the humanities entails.
Pivotal faculty making a positive impact
The University of Miami Faculty Senate honored faculty game-changers for their outstanding service, teaching, and scholarship at a special ceremony Monday.
Frost School welcomes ‘tour de force’ Gerard Schwarz
The internationally acclaimed conductor, composer, recording artist, and educator will conduct the Frost Symphony Orchestra and nurture the great artistic leaders of the future.
Parkinson’s patients turn to yoga and meditation
A new study conducted by the Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences is showing improvements in balance and mobility for Parkinson’s patients.
Gerrymandering: Carving up the districts
Frances Hill, professor in the University of Miami School of Law, weighs in on the gerrymandering issue currently being looked at by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Hepatitis A on the rise in Florida
After a contagious viral infection of the liver, hepatitis A is spread through people-to-people contact or through contaminated food or water.
Inspiring creativity and innovation in the nation’s capital
An academic festival featuring projects from schools belonging to the Atlantic Coast Conference was held at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
A new Miami-Spain connection
The University of Miami signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Universidad de Oviedo.
The end of the Electoral College?
A growing number of presidential hopefuls are calling for the removal of the Electoral College as the 2020 election approaches.
It’s all about the U
The “One Day, One U” digital Giving Day hopes to raise more than $500,000 to support programs and other initiatives at the University of Miami.
Upgrades coming to intramural fields
The Herbert Wellness Center is preparing to upgrade its intramural fields to enhance the on-field experience for its members and the campus community.
Noted Jewish writer donates collection of books and manuscripts
Thane Rosenbaum, a Miami Law alumnus who grew up in Miami Beach, will speak at the Kislak Center about his works and legacy as the son of Holocaust survivors.
An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation
During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.
High school and architecture students collaborate on culture
As part of U-Serve 2019, the students will create an installation for the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center in Liberty City.
Focus on dolphin rehabilitation and research
A one-of-a-kind course lets Rosenstiel students spend time with bottlenose dolphins at a rescue and rehabilitation facility in Key Largo.
A crash course in space junk
Space debris piling up in orbit above our planet sparks debate on how to solve an issue that is nearly invisible to us on Earth.
Growing innovative ventures across the hemisphere
University of Miami, eMerge Americas, and partner universities are teaming up to feature entrepreneurial talent at eMerge’s Global Startup Showcase.
The hour belonged to the Frost School
The Frost School of Music’s Band of the Hour thrilled concertgoers at Saturday’s Ultra Music Festival.
Forum showcases undergraduate research
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach presents its annual celebration to promote innovation.
With the Mueller probe now over, what happens next?
UM Law’s Frances Hill answers key questions about the special counsel’s investigation and the attorney general’s letter summarizing its findings.
Student media outlets receive national distinctions
UMTV’s SportsDesk secured its first College Television Award, while Ibis yearbook and Distraction magazine brought home six awards from two national conferences.
Leading a conversation to fuel change in Florida
University of Miami President Julio Frenk and Professor of Practice Xavier Cortada named to the Miami Herald’s panel of top 50 influencers in Florida.
Drawing on her strengths to support others
Graduate student Hilary Yip blended her knowledge of martial arts with her background in music therapy to help boys on the autism spectrum improve their coordination and confidence.
Opportunity to engage at symposium
Senior Manvi Seth provides an inside look at the Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium, a conference focused on positive change through leadership, community, and wellness.
Two Miami Law alums appointed to the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court
“Both will serve with integrity,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said of the two appointees at a midday press conference on the UM campus.
A night of rhythm, song, and achievement
Gloria and Emilio Estefan received a special award from the Library of Congress in a Washington, D.C. event taped for a PBS television show that will air in May.
Managing mental health after traumatic events
As a community struggling to heal suffers additional tragedies, College of Arts and Sciences associate professor Amanda Jensen-Doss discusses mental health as related to trauma.
'A match made in music heaven'
Maria Schneider, a celebrated composer and trailblazing music advocate, has been appointed artistic director of the Frost School of Music’s Henry Mancini Institute.
Nominations open for the Roberta “Bosey” Fulbright Foote Prize
Established in 2017, the prize recognizes a member of the University community who has made a meaningful contribution to the beauty of campus.
Black Lives: A truly American concert
With an aim to build understanding through music, Frost School of Music faculty, alumni, and students share the stage in solidarity.
The mathematics of bracketology
Mathematical and statistical methods used in an attempt to fill out a perfect NCAA tournament bracket are actually employed in fields like business, government, and medicine.
The current state of retail
As more shoppers turn to online retail, let’s analyze the future of brick-and-mortar storefronts.
A trip abroad opens new career paths
The School of Nursing and Health Studies’ global research training program for minority students is helping diversify the health sciences workforce.
Standing in solidarity
The University of Miami community gathered to remember the victims of the deadly New Zealand mosque attacks.
LCME awards full accreditation to Miller School of Medicine
Culminating "an awesome, institution-wide effort," the Miller School of Medicine is celebrating a new, eight-year cycle of full accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.
Law school’s Immigration Clinic files suit in support of activist
Activist Claudio Rojas was featured in a documentary film, “The Infiltrators,” which is critical of ICE detention policies.
Researching the Caribbean
Associate professors William Pestle and Kathleen Sullivan Sealey traveled with students over spring break to Puerto Rico and the Bahamas on research trips that delve into the effects of climate change.
Prayer service for New Zealand victims
Muslim Students of the University of Miami will hold a prayer service at 12:45 p.m. Friday at the Lakeside Patio in remembrance of the victims of the mass shooting that took place last week in New Zealand.
Who are you at the U?
The theme of the 48th annual Women’s Commission Breakfast keynote address, delivered by Dean Laura Kohn-Wood, was “Intersectionality,” promoting a message of social identity awareness and inclusivity across campus.
Delivering health care in Ecuador
Sophomore Aloki Patel, a double major in Biology and Criminology in the pre-med track, spent spring break volunteering and learning about the local population in Tena, Ecuador.
On home turf, Shalala stays focused on policy
Returning to campus, former UM President Donna E. Shalala discussed the “irrational decision” that added a new title to her impressive resume: congresswoman.
A spring break like no other
More than 40 University of Miami students spent last week in a half dozen U.S. communities learning about social issues and helping others as part of the Alternative Breaks program.
Graduate student conference provides opportunity for learning and dialogue
Students from UM, FIU, and FAU will have their graduate dissertations and projects reviewed by peers and scholars during the Tri-University Graduate Student Conference, which will be held March 23 at the Shalala Student Center.
New York City audition redux
Watch a video about the annual Senior Showcase involving students in the Theatre Arts Program.
All of Us initiative helping to personalize medicine
Become one in a million. Join the All of Us research program.
Marijuana as medicine
With Florida lifting the ban on smokable medical marijuana, the nursing school’s Denise Vidot answers questions about the drug and what it’s used for.
Taking in the sights, sounds, and entertainment of Basel
Three School of Architecture students recount their first day in Switzerland, and some of the architectural wonders—and fun—they experienced.
How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?
In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.
From Miami to Colombia
Students share ‘Wow, look at that!’ moments in Colombia and learn about the country’s history and future challenges.
Ready for the bright lights of Broadway
Senior University of Miami Theatre Arts students traveled to New York City over spring break in hopes of making their dreams a reality.
Spring break provides opportunities on campus, too
With a majority of students and faculty away during spring break, Facilities Operations and Planning uses the time to work on numerous projects around campus.
Ocean Awareness Week on campus
A number of events are scheduled from March 18 to 24 to mark Ocean Awareness Week on the University of Miami campus.
Solving Miami-Dade’s affordable housing shortage with LAND
A new tool developed by the University of Miami with support from Citi Community Development has identified thousands of vacant parcels of public land that could be used for affordable housing.
Behind the curtain of art curation
University of Miami students studying art and art history got an exclusive look into New York City’s bustling art industry.
New director named for University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Magda Vergara plans to bring new clients to the institute and increase its presence in the community.
Couples’ therapy, digitized
College of Arts and Sciences researcher Brian Doss helps low-income couples through relationship issues, online.
What’s happening on campus during spring break
Can you still get a good meal on campus? Take a shuttle? Check out all you need to know.
The emotional impact of dealing with deadly tornadoes
A University of Miami psychologist explains what victims of Sunday’s destructive tornadoes in the South are up against and how they can cope.
Building a healthy community
A University of Miami alumna is playing a leading role in Miami-Dade County to ensure public health.
University of Miami earns high marks, receives reaffirmation of accreditation
SACSCOC accreditation signifies that the University maintains a mission that is appropriate to higher education and has resources, programs, and services sufficient to accomplish and sustain that mission, among other objectives.
In search of hidden worlds
Every other Sunday evening, the Foote University Green is transformed into a makeshift observatory by a dedicated group of students. They are the Astronomy Club.
A mission for Mars
Aerospace engineer Victoria Coverstone is devising a way to protect astronauts from harmful radiation on the Red Planet.
University to begin construction on new student services building
The three-story, 30,000-square-foot facility will transform how students access vital campus services.
Want to learn how to make Cuban cafecito?
UM’s Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos will teach you how during “Week of Cuban Culture,” through March 8.
Highlighting inquiry at the U
The first annual Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on March 7 will allow more than 60 presenters to share their projects with the UM community.
THINK program teaches students how to eat healthy and exercise
March is National Nutrition Month, and seventh graders at Henry S. West Laboratory School are learning all about nutrition and kinesiology from UM’s School of Education and Human Development.
The art of advancing America’s orchestras
Mark Volpe, CEO of the famed Boston Symphony Orchestra, spoke with Frost School of Music students about the business of America’s orchestras.
UM students perform at the Miami Heat Black History Month Challenge
Members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council participated in the 10th annual game-show style competition at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Is it journalism or blackmail?
Miami Law’s Mary Anne Franks looks at the ongoing saga between Jeff Bezos and the National Enquirer.
UHealth to open medical center in North Miami
Modeled after the Lennar Foundation Medical Center, the new facility will be located at SoLé Mia, the mixed-use development in North Miami.
Inside UM’s comprehensive Zika Response Team
Miller School pediatric team monitors Zika-exposed infants for developmental delays.
Making connections across the globe
UM senior Breana Ross was awarded the 2018 Global Citizen Award from a national study abroad company.
Parkland nonprofits presented campaigns from UM students
Four nonprofits founded after last year's mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas were this year's clients for the School of Communication's 25-hour PhilADthropy event.
Vaccine validation
The conversation around the decision to vaccinate children becomes a pressing issue as the amount of outbreaks of illness grow in the U.S.
'Sweetest of all sounds'
The father of a theatre arts student who died in an airboat accident presented a lecture to students on the benefits of singing.
Honoring the founding women of the Cuban Heritage Collection
Without their foresight and love of homeland, the collection—the largest repository of Cuban documents outside of the island—might not exist.
A closer look at New York Times v. Sullivan
In the wake of Justice Thomas’s jaw-dropping statement, UM media law experts weigh in on the landmark 1964 ruling.
Critic vs. Director
Which film will win Best Picture? Who will be Best Actor? We asked the experts.
Examining the cause of demonstrations in Haiti
Political unrest has swept through Haiti recently, spurred on by escalating prices and alleged political corruption.
‘Who isn’t impacted by social media?’
Prominent music scholar Kyra Gaunt will deliver a talk Friday about her research into the racial oppression and sexploitation of black girls in online videos.
Furthering diversity efforts at the U
Students are invited to participate in the second annual Students of Color Symposium this weekend, featuring a keynote presentation from #girlboss Sharon Bui.
Supporting the leaders of tomorrow
At an annual luncheon, University of Miami scholarship recipients connect with the donors who help make their educational aspirations a reality.
Okay to go green
From eliminating waste to reusable containers, there are simple steps you can take to make UM more sustainable.
Providing help during a challenging crisis
UM public health experts try to help tackle Venezuela’s ongoing health care crisis.
A ‘School for Lies’—and talent
The Ring Theatre’s contemporary reworking of Molière’s “The Misanthrope” showcases the skills of UM’s young performers and veteran costume designers.
Analyzing President Trump’s national emergency declaration
Miami Law’s Frances Hill answers key questions about the National Emergencies Act.
Closing the kindergarten readiness gap
Researcher Rebecca Bulotsky Shearer is leading a study aimed at increasing the number of kids who are ready to enter kindergarten classrooms.
An iconic newswoman in Miami
UM alumna Alina Mayo Azze, who has covered a myriad of topics during her 37-year career, has been a steadfast voice for the community.
Research-based techniques can lead to smiles
Happiness and well-being scholar Tal Ben-Shahar is UM’s newest Distinguished Presidential Scholar.
LGBTQ human rights in the hemisphere
The University of Miami will host the first symposium to explore LGBTQ human rights across the Americas, which will be held Sunday and Monday.
Assessing sunscreen ban in Key West
UM experts react to a new ban that prohibits people in Key West from using certain types of sunscreens that carry two chemicals believed to be harmful to coral reefs.
The fish whisperer
A matchmaker extraordinaire, Ricardo Cepeda, the manager of the UM Zebrafish Facility, is passionate about aquatic romance.
Love and legacy at the U
The Shelley family shares their story of four generations at the University of Miami.
A bark above
Mark Rowlands, a University of Miami professor who adopted and raised a wolf-dog cub, observed the special bonds between people and animals in an international bestselling memoir.
Coming home from the Grammys
Frost School associate professor John Daversa returns to the University of Miami fresh off his unforgettable Grammy-winning night.
Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building named ‘Building of the Year’
The contest was sponsored by World-Architects, a prestigious industry network of architects and builders.
Dominoes with the Dean
Ryan C. Holmes shares his rich history with the game of dominoes, how it helped empower him, and his hopes of creating a welcoming environment in some friendly competition with UM students.
Capturing attention through inquiry
Architecture student Konstantina Kritharidou’s design for a movable observatory that would sit atop a Patagonian glacier earned her the top spot in the Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis Competition.
‘What matters to U,’ Bill Nye?
The renowned scientist and TV personality addressed students in an inaugural discussion series presented by Student Government.
What’s ahead for UM’s School of Education and Human Development
Transformation is at the core of Dean Laura Kohn-Wood’s vision for the School.
Signing on as a future leader at UM
Members of the Freshman Leadership Council say the program gives them a chance to grow, build relationships, and make an impact during their time at UM.
Beneath the Thwaites Glacier
NASA researchers have discovered a massive void inside one of the world’s most important glaciers.
Hollywood duo entertain questions from UM students
Following an advance screening of “Alita: Battle Angel,” film producer Jon Landau and director Robert Rodriguez engage with UM students.
See-through fish aid scientists in autism-related breakthrough
A study by University of Miami biologists may help unravel the reasons for “tummy troubles.”
Taking it to heart
Alumnus and longtime employee Jesse Marks tells his personal story to raise awareness about heart disease, and to encourage others to keep themselves heart healthy.
And justice for all
Renowned equal justice lawyer Bryan Stevenson is awarded an honorary degree for his work as "a true champion of human rights."
Looking for Texas Tea in the River of Grass
UM experts weigh in on the impacts of drilling for oil in the Everglades.
Grammy trifecta
Trumpeter John Daversa wins three Grammy Awards for his American Dreamers album, and Dafnis Prieto takes the prize for Best Latin Jazz Album.
Hope on the horizon
Gene therapy paves way for a potential cure to sickle cell disease.
What's in store for the State of the Union?
Political science professor Gregory Koger shares his views on the history of the State of the Union address, and what President Donald Trump may touch upon.
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen returns to the classroom
A UM Distinguished Presidential Fellow, the former congresswoman is co-teaching a political science class with her husband.
‘Till victory is won’
UM alumnus is on a crusade to get the black national anthem played at more NBA and college games in February.
Can you hear me now?
Scholars from diverse disciplines who were awarded U-LINK grants gather to learn how to communicate effectively.
Fostering greater acceptance at the U
The first of its kind, the Appignani Foundation Chair for the Study of Atheism, Humanism, and Secular Ethics encourages tolerance and scholarship about secularism.
A new space at the center of campus
The Office of Academic Enhancement is moving to a new office in the Ashe Administration Building.
Pitching their passions
Ten graduate students will vie for audience praise as they present an abridged version of their dissertation projects.
What makes them sweat?
Watch members of Student Government interview administrators while eating increasingly spicy chicken wings in a new video series called, “Hot Seat.”
The commercial 'buzz' behind the big game
Advertisers shell out millions for airtime during the Super Bowl, but is the investment worth it? UM experts weigh in on that and other aspects of Super Bowl commercials.
Career advice on demand
More students are taking advantage of career advising available at the Toppel Career Center without a wait.
University of Miami alumna tapped as finalist for 'Teacher of the Year'
Hope Grant, an educator in the vocational education category, has left an impression on many students during her 33-year career.
The Hoodie Project: Symbol of assumptions
Social Justice Week 2019 begins with an art installation by associate professor Billie Grace Lynn that challenges assumptions made of black men wearing hoodies.
Searching for a cleaner way to mimic Mother Nature
University of Miami chemists are exploring ways to improve the century-old process for manufacturing agricultural fertilizers.
Transformational gift names dermatology department
The University of Miami announces the naming of the Dr. Phillip Frost Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at the Miller School of Medicine.
Battling the stress of Hurricane Maria
A University of Miami study determined that Hurricane Maria survivors in Central and South Florida experienced higher levels of mental stress than those who remained on the island.
The Colombian peace process under duress
A recent car bombing at a police academy in Bogota signals a resurgence of guerrilla violence in a country struggling to establish peace.
Social Justice Week aims to engage campus community
Student organizations and campus departments band together to deliver initiatives aimed at bringing awareness to the different social issues impacting the university and greater community.
Gloria Estefan shares the rhythm to success
Women Leaders of the Americas forum, hosted by the Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas, features the singer, songwriter and successful businesswoman.
Watching what’s next in Venezuela
Across campus and South Florida, people are keeping a close, hopeful eye on the growing political maneuvering and turmoil in the oil-rich nation.
Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building nominated for ‘Building of the Year’
Public voting will determine the winner of the contest sponsored by World-Architects, a prestigious industry network of architects and builders.
New year, new technology. What it means for students
Find all the news about information technology updates and tips—just for students.
Equal Justice Initiative founder to speak at UM
Bryan Stevenson, an acclaimed public interest lawyer, will address students and receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
An appetite for language and travel
Hurricanes can apply for a host of scholarships and fellowships this spring that can take them around the world.
Immersed in issues that matter
The annual Tunnel of Oppression sensory exhibition showcases social justice issues in ways that challenge perceptions and ideas.
Polar vortex unleashes bitter cold
A large area of low pressure and arctic air swirling above the North Pole fractured and split into three pieces.
What does the SCOTUS ruling on the transgender military ban mean?
UM law and political science professors weigh in.
Building a smarter city
The University of Miami brings together leaders in academia, professional practice, and industry to examine cities of the future.
A dark day for universal health coverage
On Dec. 14, 2018 universal health care programs in both the United States and Mexico were dealt significant blows to their future and impact.
Two UMTV shows nominated for College Television Awards
For the first time in more than 15 years, two of UMTV’s weekly shows were nominated for the Television Academy Foundation 39th College Television Awards.
Miami Transplant Institute receives recognition
Miami Transplant Institute performed 681 transplants during 2018, setting a new national record in kidney transplantation.
Frost music masters unravel musical conundrums
Jazz aficionados launch new video series by sharing invaluable performance techniques.
New director of LGBTQ Student Center joins UM
Gisela Vega, the former associate director of LGBTQA Initiatives at Florida International University, joins the Hurricanes family with plans to enhance programming.
Official University app gets a new look
With new “personas” allowing for a more personalized mobile experience, the redesigned University of Miami mobile app provides quick access to campus news, information, and resources.
New U-LINK awards support innovative ideas for tough problems
Teams of scholars will use U-LINK grants to examine ways to reduce opportunity gaps and biases in multiple realms and improve brain injury treatments and coastal protections.
CHC presents Emilia, a documentary about the woman who sewed the first Cuban flag
The film launches the 2019 film series for the UM Libraries Cuban Heritage Collection.
Spring into the new semester
Here’s a go-to list of dates you should keep an eye on throughout the semester, along with some tidbits of news that happened over the break.
UM Hillel receives ‘Outstanding Campus’ award
For more than 77 years, UM Hillel has provided a vibrant and diverse “home-away-from-home” that is focused on the many facets of Jewish life on campus and beyond.
What does the spike in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions mean?
University of Miami experts weigh in on the largest increase in carbon emissions in eight years.
Delving into community health and HIV in Brazil
In a landmark study, a UM researcher determined that community involvement, coupled with federal funding, improved health outcomes in most municipalities in Brazil.
Speakers for Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series announced
The Miami Business School is bringing business leaders to campus to share experiences and insights with the UM community.
University of Miami unveils plans for new on-campus residential village
Centennial Village, which will reimagine student housing on the Coral Gables campus, will replace the Stanford and Hecht Residential Colleges with four new residential colleges.
Maestro on a mission
The Frost School’s John Daversa garners three Grammy nominations and makes a powerful statement about immigrants with “American Dreamers.”
Does seismic blasting harm marine life?
UM experts weigh in on the effects of air gun blasting during oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean.
Diaz takes the helm
Before his family and friends and a throng of media cameras, Miami native Manny Diaz on Wednesday was officially introduced as the football program’s 25th head coach during a packed news conference at the Schwartz Center for Athletic Excellence on the Coral Gables campus of the University of Miami.
Searching for the lost ships of Cortés
The discovery of a centuries-old anchor may help a UM researcher find the fleet the Spanish conquistador scuttled before conquering Mexico.
Cardiac surgeon brings the ‘Miami Method’ to UHealth
Dr. Joseph Lamelas, a renowned expert in various forms of minimally invasive cardiac surgery, joins the Miller School of Medicine and UHealth.
If you like your weather forecast, thank . . . an oceanographer!
The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science’s 2019 Sea Secrets lecture series will feature five free talks by distinguished underwater explorers, researchers, administrators, and swashbucklers.
Remembering UM trustee emeritus Robert Strauss
Passionate about the University of Miami, he served as a trustee for 27 years, beginning in 1991.
Calais Campbell wins NFL Bart Starr Award
Former Miami Hurricanes defensive end recognized by the NFL for work off the field.
Who says it never snows in Miami?
Happy holidays and enjoy.
2018: The year in review
Here’s a look back at the biggest stories at the U over the past year.
Miller School holds health fair in Liberty City
Local residents show up for free health screenings and other services during a community service event, part of the DOCS program.
Maternal inspiration
UM employee Maria Otero founded a charity to make supply bags for disadvantaged new mothers.
Using architecture to address global issues
Students in a School of Architecture design studio addressed some of Miami’s most intractable problems through the built environment.
UM law students file before European Court of Human Rights
Miami Law's Human Rights Clinic is intervening in a case focused on the issue of accountability for gender-based violence by law enforcement.
How to beat the holiday blues
Feelings of depression and anxiety rise during the holidays, but there’s plenty you can do to keep up your spirits and avoid sabotaging your health and well-being while enjoying time off with family and friends, or quiet time alone.
The freedom to choose multiple paths
The Foote Fellows Honors Program offers students added flexibility to pursue multiple academic interests.
'Find your career sweet spot'
Commencement speakers share gems of insight and wisdom as more than 1,000 UM students graduate in two ceremonies.
UM doctors unveil details of U.S. Embassy staff ailments
During a news conference Wednesday, a UM medical team talked about the clinical findings after examining personnel living at the embassy in Havana.
Commencement: What you need to know
Your one-stop shop for University of Miami fall commencement information.
Get to know some of our graduates
The University of Miami will welcome more than 1,000 new graduates into the UM alumni family during two ceremonies taking place on Dec. 13 at the Watsco Center on the Coral Gables campus.
Findings from Havana embassy phenomenon
A UM medical team has released the first report of acute symptoms and clinical findings in 25 personnel living in the U.S. Embassy in Havana.
Fueling momentum for a cause
UM public relations students unveiled their plans to reposition March for Our Lives to attract college students and spread their message in 2019.
Does Brexit have a future?
The answer to that question may impact what happens to the European Union.
No debate: Members of this team are champions
Most UM Debate Team members devote 10 to 15 hours of preparation for each tournament.
Telling the story of discovery
National Geographic connects with the University of Miami to empower the next generation of storytellers.
Opera-tunity at the Frost School
Following national recognition for its French production of Cinderella, the Frost Opera Theater is delving into classical musical theater with “The Light in the Piazza.”
A University of Miami guide to Art Basel
Several UM art students are getting real-world exposure during a highly anticipated – and attended – week of art.
Popularity of UM Libraries on the rise
Over the past several years, more and more students are using UM Libraries as a study place, a meeting place, and more.
Hurricanes get into the holiday spirit
A record number of gifts have been collected across UM campuses to benefit children and seniors in the South Florida community.
Miami Business School hosts first World Leaders Lecture
Former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Barak, who previously served as minister of the interior and minister of foreign affairs, kicks off the lecture series Monday evening.
Study break tips for students
With finals around the corner, the Division of Student Affairs and the Counseling Center offer tips and resources available to students to help reduce stress.
Assessing the legacy of George H.W. Bush
Former UM students and current faculty members recall the 41st president’s visit to campus and his political impact.
Commencement speakers tap the magic of human talent and the sea
The University of Miami's fall commencement speakers are visionaries in their respective fields.
An enchanting evening of music and merriment for a good cause
More than 400 guests attended the annual Winter Wonderful Frost Holiday Dinner, which benefits the award-winning Donna E. Shalala MusicReach community outreach program.
What is fake news?
School of Communication faculty discuss whether consumers can learn how to discern the “wheat from the chaff” in their news consumption.
Applying the use of different realities
Across the campuses at the University of Miami, students, faculty, and staff are experimenting with the use of differing realities in teaching and education.
Leadership UMiami program explores complex issues
Program gives students the opportunity to uncover what democracy means and how to get to the root of community issues.
The ‘best prospect’ for ensuring success in demanding roles
A new UM study finds that mindfulness training can improve cognitive performance in U.S. Special Operations Forces.
An immigration policy steeped in chaos
Representatives from the University's School of Law legal clinics and UM's Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas explore the spiraling complications of immigration law and policy.
Innovative architecture facility facilitates hands-on learning
UM dedicates ‘transformational’ Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building at the School of Architecture.
What to expect at the G20 summit
Paulo Leme, a lecturer in the Miami Business School, provides his insights into the G20 summit, taking place in Argentina.
UM student promotes Native American culture on campus
Allison Cawthon, founder of the Native American Heritage Month Committee, hopes to teach others about her culture and grow the community on campus.
Insight into InSight’s mission to Mars
NASA’s InSight lander has reached the red planet and is preparing for its mission.
Dance spurred by beauty
Students use art featured on campus as inspiration to create an original dance sequence.
A new federal report heats up discussion on climate change
University of Miami researchers weigh in on the warnings issued in a landmark U.S. government climate report.
Felicia Knaul presents at global leaders forum
The inaugural Women Leaders Global Forum in Iceland is providing a platform to discuss ideas and solutions on how to improve society.
SwampScapes: A journey through the Everglades
An immersive four-platform project co-directed by School of Communication faculty members reconnects users with the importance of the Florida Everglades.
Gift supports and names community well-being doctoral program
A UM alumnus committed to education establishes the Richard J. Kurtz Family Community Well-Being Doctoral Program Endowed Fellowship Fund.
Patients rave about Lennar’s care and culture
In its second year, The Lennar Foundation Medical Center is honored for providing superb personalized care.
UM students give thanks
Throughout campus, students expressed gratitude that they can be at UM and visit family during the Thanksgiving recess.
Florida’s first case of dengue fever in 2018 confirmed
Vector-borne specialist John Beier tells us what we should know about the illness.
Five Qs: The hidden—and deadliest—risk of fighting California’s wildfires
Erin Kobetz, director of Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Firefighter Cancer Initiative, discusses the risk of cancer for firefighters.
UM graduate named Rhodes Scholar
Kristiana Yao, who graduated summa cum laude in May, said she was “still in shock” after finding out she is among 32 Americans named Rhodes Scholars.
Celebrating ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’
UM Libraries is presenting an extraordinary exhibit that immerses the audience in an emotional journey through the novel.
Making a smoke-cloud connection
A UM researcher is helping to lead a study on how smoke interacts with clouds and its impact on the global climate.
Have we lost the art of civility?
People are bombarded with news and information these days, providing opportunities for discourse that at times is not wholesome.
Experiencing the ‘Magicverse’
Students, faculty and staff stopped by the School of Architecture’s Korach Gallery to learn what Magic Leap is all about.
National Geographic On Campus
The On Campus event featured innovative National Geographic Explorers—photographers, scientists, storytellers, and educators—UM scholars, local thought leaders, and students.
California’s deadly wildfires
UM atmospheric scientist Paquita Zuidema answers critical questions about the California wildfires.
The Florida recount continues
UM Professor of Law Frances R. Hill tells us what we should know.
Tropical trees in the Andes are moving up—toward extinction
An international study led by University of Miami tropical biologists reveals that tropical trees are migrating upslope to escape climate change, but not fast enough.
With a shift in focus, RoboCanes regains steam on the world stage
UM’s robotics team recently obtained a new robot with the goal of helping aging individuals.
Hairology embraces the natural look
New student organization’s mission is a movement to return to the ‘roots’ of natural hair.
The number of single, older mothers is on the rise
A University of Miami professor discusses the dynamics of this trend.
A window back in time
A mobile museum coming to UM this week will showcase relics of the African-American experience.
Nat Geo On Campus: A 'world without borders’
Get set for a whirlwind of information on critical issues facing the planet and how to tell those stories with impact.
Gardening for greater awareness
Professors and staff from UM are offering students an in-class introduction to gardening and food production.
A change for Congress
The 2018 midterm election shifts the balance of power in Congress, with women playing a huge role.
From Miami to Madagascar
UM alumna, one-time Miami Dolphins cheerleader, and National Geographic explorer Mireya Mayor lives up to her reputation as the female Indiana Jones.
Student ambassadors for 'It’s on Us' lead the charge
The “It’s On Us” Student Ambassador Program empowers peers to overcome sexual misconduct and gender discrimination through creative and meaningful conversations.
Instilling confidence through self-defense
Self-defense classes quadruple in number as UMPD ramps up their crime prevention department.
Enter the ‘Magicverse’
Students, faculty, and staff have an opportunity over three days to demo unique glasses that introduce the user to mixed reality.
Homecoming revisited
The 2018 celebration of Homecoming and Alumni Weekend was enjoyed by hundreds of alumni, students, staff, faculty, and the UM community.
Property rights in Cuba?
UM experts weigh in on White House consideration to allow Cuban Americans to sue for island properties.
The right stuff
UM engineering alumnus David Cox reflects on his storied career at NASA.
A brave face for his students
First Law School LGBTQ Alumni event honors Professor Marc Fajer.
The ibis we adore
Born in the 1950s, the official mascot of the University of Miami is an American white ibis.
Is history repeating itself? 1968 plus 50 years
Is history repeating itself? UM professors tell where they were in 1968 and weigh in on the issue of a nation divided in 2018.
The battle of the Cuban sandwich
University of Miami communication students create a documentary to try and figure out who truly makes the best Cuban sandwich.
What is the future of Colombia?
Speaking at a University of Miami forum, the Colombian ambassador to the U.S. said the country is stable but faces huge challenges.
A glassblowing artist in the making
Senior Kimberly Diaz never imagined she would develop a passion for glassblowing at UM.
Exhibit provides a deep dive into Afro-Cuban religions and folklore
The papers of noted Cuban ethnographer Lydia Cabrera, part of UM’s Cuban Heritage Collection, are featured in Americas Society exhibition in NYC.
Fighting for a second chance
With a life of crime and gang violence behind him, Miami Law student Angel Sanchez is an eloquent advocate for overturning Florida’s felony voting ban.
The history behind UM’s most cherished traditions
Homecoming marks the time of year when ’Canes join together to celebrate and observe some of the longest standing traditions in the University’s history.
Are conspiracy theories 'for losers'?
UM Political Science Associate Professor Joseph Uscinski, an expert on conspiracy theories, provides his analysis on what makes some people ardent believers.
Stronger than hate
University of Miami holds a vigil to remember those who were killed in the deadly mass shooting inside a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Global health at the crossroads
A new Spring 2019 course at UM will teach students ways to think rigorously about the state of global health, and look for solutions.
Five questions: The rare, polio-like illness affecting children
Paige Kalika, a pediatric neurologist with UHealth—the University of Miami Health System, answers some questions about acute flaccid myelitis.
It’s the most 'adventurous' time of the fall semester
Students on the Homecoming Executive Committee have been planning for the last year to bring 'Canes a week of fun, food and fireworks.
New U-LINK awards focus on climate change risks
Three of U-LINK’s inaugural grant recipients advance to the next round of funding with proposals related to one of Florida’s—and the world’s—biggest challenges.
Brazil 2018: Divided electorate faces second round of presidential elections
University of Miami associate professor Tracy Devine Guzmán analyzes the landscape of Brazil’s presidential run-off election. Brazilians head to the polls on October 28.
Taking proactive steps to stay informed
University of Miami and Key Biscayne officials meet to address the recent threat of red tide in waters off Miami.
Duo set on creating a culturally rich environment at the U
MSA’s Renee Dickens Callan and Junior Pena offer a supportive environment for students of marginalized identities.
The science of climate
Renowned paleoceanographer Maureen Raymo to visit UM as a Distinguished Presidential Scholar and present lectures on the impact of climate change.
Miami Business School celebrates 70 years of its MBA program with engaging forums
The forums, featuring numerous speakers, and a cookout are part of UM’s Homecoming and Alumni Weekend celebrations.
’Canes love comfort food
Fresh off fall break, News@TheU catches up with students to learn what foods make them feel at home.
A Thirst for Different Languages
UM senior Ashley Brooks has earned scholarships and praise for her dedication to mastering languages.
Is big-city living eroding our nice instinct?
A new study by University of Miami psychology researchers of anonymous interactions suggests that humans switch off their automatic inclination to share in dealings with strangers.
A cleaner, greener palate
UM’s annual Food Day celebration will highlight the need to eat sustainable, locally sourced foods
Building an inclusive gender studies program
University of Miami changes program title of Women’s and Gender Studies to Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Eminent endowed chairs awarded
Two families with deep ties to Miami—the Millers and Fains— celebrate two endowed faculty chair appointments at UM.
UM alumnus discovered water on the moon
The University of Miami remembers alumnus Erik Hauri—the man who discovered water on the moon.
Street Law: It’s about the law and legal system
Through an innovative program, Miami Law students are empowering local high schoolers to think like lawyers.
NatGeo and UM join forces to tackle social and environmental issues
The global exploration, media, and education company will kick off a national campaign at UM to offer college students a unique two-day campus experience.
Promoting positive international relations
A grant from the German government will support a series of roundtable and networking sessions on U.S.-Germany relations.
Sylvia Daunert aims for huge breakthroughs on the nanoscale
As BioNIUM’s new director, the chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology plans to elevate UM’s biomedical nanotechnology institute to international prominence.
Searching for the American dream
Fareed Zakaria, a CNN host, journalist and author, tells UM students that globalization and technology have put pressure on the American dream, but those with drive can still succeed.
Inspire U brings together students
The program, in which UM students mentor high school students, aims to get first generation students into college.
UM neurologist elected to National Academy of Medicine
Dr. Ralph Sacco, a top neurologist and researcher at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, joins the prestigious National Academy of Medicine.
Ros-Lehtinen named UM Distinguished Presidential Fellow
U.S. Congresswoman and Chairman Emerita of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Ileana Ros-Lehtinen named a Distinguished Presidential Fellow at the University of Miami.
UM students embrace community service
Nearly 400 students participate in the National Gandhi Day of Service, the largest annual service day aimed at helping organizations across South Florida.
Film chronicles a mother’s fight for justice
Home Truth, the story of Jessica Lenahan’s pursuit of more effective domestic violence laws, screened at UM’s Cosford Cinema.
Donate to Hurricane Michael relief
Members of the UM community who want to donate to relief efforts for those impacted by Hurricanes Michael and Florence can do so through various agencies.
Increasing Model UN’s global reach
The University of Miami’s Model UN is working to expand its membership and reputation with its first conference this fall.
Student commits to global action
Shravya Jasti was selected to participate in the Clinton Global Initiative University’s Commitments Challenge to support her work in India.
UM to partner with Magic Leap in its ‘Magicverse’
During a keynote address at a conference in Los Angeles, entrepreneurial heavyweight Magic Leap announces an academic partnership with UM in spatial computing.
Gas in the eye
A colorless, odorless gas used by a UM scientist to study ocean currents helps save his vision.
From UM to CNN
CNN correspondent Brian Todd reminisces about how the University of Miami prepared him for future success.
Zeta Tau Alpha keeps tradition alive by thinking pink
Members of Zeta Tau Alpha fraternity gathered this week on the Foote University Green for the kickoff of Think Pink Week, their annual breast cancer education and awareness event.
‘Dwell’ tabletop game shows students daily struggles of poverty
The game was created by an interdisciplinary team from UM’s School of Communication and the School of Nursing and Health Studies.
Future programmers can be found across all disciplines at UM
Students from a variety of majors are now enticed by computer programming.
Haiti dealt another destructive blow by Mother Nature
UM marine geoscientist answers questions about the 5.9-magnitude quake that stuck the island nation Saturday.
Red tide reaches Miami-Dade
How did it get here, and how long will it last? University of Miami experts explain.
Analyzing Mexico’s political left turn
A panel of scholars, convened by UM’s Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas, urged Mexicans to exercise patience as the new government gets set to take power.
UM vs FSU—It’s the Pink Game!
Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is the sponsor of Saturday’s gridiron match between the Hurricanes and the Seminoles.
Fl@t + Bright exhibit shows a graphic journey
Ivonne de la Paz, marketing specialist and graphic designer for the School of Architecture, is the curator of the exhibit.
Indonesia’s deadly earthquake and tsunami
UM experts explain what happened, discuss if it could happen here, and talk about “strike-slip faults.” And then there is the pubic health risks from mosquitos.
New student chapter looks to tackle ‘the defining challenge of our time’
UM students have started a local chapter of The Climate Reality Project to spotlight efforts to combat the impacts of climate change on South Florida.
Alessia Cara shares her ‘Growing Pains’
The Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter visited the University of Miami to speak to students at the Frost School of Music.
Shaping a future leader
ACE Fellow Jesús Castro-Balbi is spending the academic year with top leaders at UM to learn the ins and outs of higher education administration.
Inside The New York Times newsroom
UM alumna Chelsea Matiash, senior editor of digital storytelling at the NYT, credits her UM experience for preparing her for her career.
The curious connection between vision and cognition
Graduate student Diane Zheng’s research on vision and cognitive deterioration has garnered her international recognition.
Michelle Obama: ‘Make voting part of who you are’
The former First Lady spoke to thousands of fans during her final stop of the “When We All Vote” campaign – a nonpartisan effort.
University of Miami student wins major award for project to help coffee farming industry in Dominica
Ezra Remer developed a love of coffee and the Caribbean island in his youth.
The Kavanaugh case: What UM faculty are saying
UM faculty weigh in on the key issues in the alleged sexual misconduct case involving Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Saving a life by transplanting hope
UM medical student Grace Knudsen will be honored at the UM-UNC football game Thursday for donating her bone marrow to save a life.
Remembering UM trustee emerita Barbara Weintraub
Extremely involved and passionate about UM, she served as a trustee for 21 years, beginning in 1997.
Meet the team working to keep us all safe—and prepared
The University of Miami’s emergency management team is working to create a disaster resilient University.
Campus safety tips from the experts
University of Miami Police and the Department of Parking and Transportation provide various services and programs to safeguard the campus community.
Student interest in global opportunities is on the rise
The number of students applying for Study Abroad has increased dramatically, with Europe being the most popular destination.
With simple songs, students make Leonard Bernstein’s music their own
Theatre arts students open the Ring Theatre’s 2018-19 season with a tribute to the creative genius who is being celebrated around the world.
UM Debate wins tournament championships in national opener
UM representatives earned Novice and Junior Varsity categories at the National Opener, one of the most competitive debate tournaments in the country.
Keeping housing affordable—and afloat
The Office of Civic and Community Engagement receives a $300,000 investment from JPMorgan Chase to tackle both of South Florida’s most vexing housing challenges together.
How to vote in college
Get Out The Vote, a nonpartisan initiative headed by the Division of Student Affairs and the Butler Center for Service and Leadership, encourages ’Canes at the University of Miami to register to vote.
Do we ban books in the United States? The answer may surprise you.
University of Miami Libraries commemorates Banned Books Week with a special event and display.
Delivering a ‘huge gush of joy and gratitude’
A year after UPup’s founding father met his match, the service club is realizing its goal of becoming a permanent training ground for future service dogs.
Happy fifth birthday, Shalala Student Center!
UM students, faculty and staff commemorated the five-year anniversary of the Donna E. Shalala Student Center by signing a huge thank you note, eating birthday cake and a fiesta.
Chain reaction
Miami’s Turnover Chain inspires copycats, but the U’s turnover prop has a ‘cool factor.’
UM recognized as national leader for civic and democratic engagement
NASPA names UM as a Lead Advisory Institution for the seventh year in a row.
Keeping their stories alive
The trailer for a documentary exploring the relationships between UM students and Holocaust survivors wins a Telly Award.
One step ahead of violent intruders
New technology could help workplaces and schools identify violent intruders before they enter the door.
Don’t cheat on that test
A University of Miami professor has created software to detect fraud in standardized tests.
Video: State of the U
UM President Julio Frenk outlined the strategies of the Roadmap to Our New Century, part of his State of the U address.
UM students react to the State of the U
Students attending Monday night's State of the U address by UM President Julio Frenk offer their assessment of the message delivered.
State of the U address showcases UM successes
At UM’s inaugural State of the U address, President Julio Frenk detailed the strategies of the Roadmap to Our New Century.
Voices of Hurricane Florence
Tropical storm scientists and climate experts at the University of Miami provided insight, observations and critical analysis before, during and in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence as it barreled into the Eastern seaboard.
Argentina’s financial crisis: An opportunity to reform
Joseph Ganitsky, a professor in the Miami Business School, examines the financial crisis facing Argentina.
State of the U
UM President Julio Frenk will host a town hall meeting Monday with students, faculty, staff, and guests where he will outline the university’s roadmap to its future.
Miami Law alumnus provides gift for scholarship and research
A building at Miami Law is named in honor of Robert Dooley, who donated $1.1 million to support the school, its students and faculty.
A University of Miami study offers hope for Parkinson’s patients
The use of video game technology helps physicians more accurately diagnose patients suffering from Parkinson’s.
‘If you can give, you can get’
Karim Ismail, a University of Miami senior majoring in industrial engineering, created a mobile application to buy, sell, and trade locally.
Serena Williams: athlete, woman, human
Researchers in the UM Women’s and Gender Studies Program provide scholarly context around the actions of Serena Williams and the umpire Carlos Ramos during the U.S. Open women’s singles tennis final.
What you should know about Hurricane Florence
UM scientists answer questions about the massive storm threatening the Carolinas.
Educating the public through game design
Award-winning game designer Lindsay D. Grace returns to the School of Communication as Knight Chair in Interactive Media and with a focus on assessing the public’s perception of news.
JCPenney offers 40 percent discounts to UM students, faculty and staff
A look back at Irma and the role of technology in disaster response
Facebook and the University of Miami hosted a forum that explored how technology can improve communication and responses to emergencies.
Earning a doctorate one bamboo at a time
A student of biology, Ph.D. candidate Belen Fadrique has discovered 16 new species of bamboo.
How does a river plume influence hurricanes in the Caribbean?
The answer is more complex than thought, an award-winning dissertation by a UM graduate student shows.
Showcasing new artistic talent at UM
A new exhibition inside the University of Miami Gallery in Wynwood is unveiling the innovative work of several 2018 incoming MFA graduate students.
How to win at your first semester of college—and beyond
The Camner Center for Academic Resources offers a multitude of resources for every UM student.
The Kavanaugh Hearing
UM experts weigh in on what transpired during the confirmation hearing for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
When the public interest is paramount
The anonymous op-ed published this week by The New York Times was a bold move that challenges the newspaper’s credibility.
Changes in latitudes
Students who inaugurated the UParis study abroad program improved their French and learned to seize every day.
Ensuring safety at UM: Florida Department of Transportation asks for input from those who commute to campus via US1.
UM Libraries to offer seminars to enhance research skills
The classes are offered to students and all members of the UM community who are doing research in any discipline.
Writing with a commitment to service
A freshman writing course at UM pushes students to get involved in organizations that benefit the greater Miami community.
This team of student leaders puts the U first
Student Government executive officers plan to utilize their strengths, knowledge, and experience to represent the student body and enhance student engagement on campus.
Is Nike’s ad with Kaepernick an example of brand purpose?
It was revealed Monday that Colin Kaepernick will be part of Nike's 30th anniversary "Just Do It" campaign.
What’s old is new again: Reviving history at the U
A unique Conservation Lab at the University of Miami’s Otto G. Richter Library is giving history a new lease on life.
Season of music
The Frost School of Music’s signature concert series, Frost Music Live!, opens Sept. 7 at the Maurice Gusman Concert Hall.
Eight things you need to know about Hurricanes, LSU matchup
In a big Sunday matchup, the Miami Hurricanes are ready to take the Tigers by the tail.
Is political polling a dying art?
The stunning victory of Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum in Florida’s gubernatorial primary defied most polls.
John McCain: A national hero
The longtime Arizona senator, who died from brain cancer at age 81, will be buried Sunday at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Power to the People
Recognized by former President Obama, Nurcin Celik is studying microgrids to keep city infrastructures up and running during times of crisis.
A Greener, More Diverse Dining Experience at the U
New student meal plan swipe locations, kosher options and non-plastic disposables are now available as part of UM Dining’s new inclusivity and sustainability initiatives.
Election Day on Campus
University of Miami students express what issues are important to them and their peers on the day of Florida’s primary election.
How Cool Are We?
As a heat wave grips the Northeast, Miami stays cool. UM experts explain why.
New Course Explores Issues People with Disabilities Face
Offered by the School of Education and Human Development, the course looks at the daily life experiences of people with disabilities and how they adjust.
Parkland Students Share March for Our Lives Stories with UM Students
Four former students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School talked with School of Communication students about their activism and its challenges.
Orientation Outreach
Nearly 200 students participated in various beautification projects at Comstock Elementary School during the Butler Center's first service day of the academic year.
‘Year of Glass’ Celebrates Medium with a Variety of Pieces
Two additional exhibitions—one featuring the work of celebrated Venetian glass artist Giampaolo Seguso—will open at the Lowe Art Museum in October.
Sunny with a Chance of Orange and Green
University of Miami alumna Lissette Gonzalez has worn many hats post-graduation before settling into her longest role yet, as meteorologist at CBS4 News.
The Impact of Deportations and Family Separations on Communities
UM Professor Ashmeet Oberoi helped issue a policy statement for changes to the U.S. immigration system.
Newest Stamps Scholars Join UM
University of Miami’s Class of 2022 Stamps Scholars are welcomed to campus with a special meet and greet.
School of Education Professor Honored with Humanitarian Award
Haitian born clinical psychologist Guerda Nicolas is recognized for her work in bringing mental health care to marginalized societies.
Miller School’s Incoming Class Welcomed with Stethoscopes
In a program supported by the Miller School of Medicine's Medical Alumni Association, new medical students each receive a stethoscope when they begin medical school.
Miami Business School Lecture Series Features Top Industry Leaders
Speakers will share their life lessons with students and community members.
A New Debate on the Death Penalty
The use of fentanyl in a Nebraska execution and the Catholic Church’s recent stand on capital punishment has stirred the debate over the way states execute the condemned.
New Academic Year Kicks Off
The University of Miami welcomed more than 2,300 new students to campus as the fall semester got underway.
Culture of Belonging in Action
Intergroup Dialogue, a pilot program that will soon become a UM elective course, promotes honest talk on privilege and power to foster respect for divergent voices.
'Respect' for the Queen of Soul
Aretha Franklin and her music defined “what is soul” to generations of music lovers.
UM Welcomes Newest ’Canes to Campus
The University of Miami kicked into high gear to welcome thousands of new students and ensure move-in days were well organized and efficient.
’Canes Take Flight
UM President Julio Frenk welcomes first-year and transfer students to UM in signature ’Cane Kickoff event.
Hacking for Justice
Miami Law conducts its inaugural Legal Impact Hack for first-year students.
Summer to School Simplified
Conquer common back to school challenges with an expert's guide for parents and children.
Camp Kesem
Unique camp supports children whose parents have cancer.
Need a Job? Get a Tattoo
New study shows that discriminating against workers with tattoos puts hiring managers at a competitive disadvantage.
A Call to Action
Bill Clinton convenes the second summit of his CGI Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery at UM.
Trauma of Immigrant Children Linked to Physical Ailments
A UM researcher has determined that children exposed to traumatic events exhibit pains that if left untreated could be dangerous.
Red Tide Alert
Five Q's: UM researcher Larry Brand explains why this year’s red tide event on Florida’s southwest coast is the worst since 2006.
Robotics Lab Opens for Business
The new biomechanical workshop is ready to move innovative ideas from concept to trial.
Kicking Off with Helpful Hands
UM employees give back by giving their time during orientation week to help make ’Cane Kickoff a success.
An Ocean of Therapy
For volunteers from the Miller School of Medicine Department of Physical Therapy, Adaptive Beach Days are about fun, sun, water—and helping dreams come true.
Art Historian and Scholar Named Director of Cuban Heritage Collection
Curator Elizabeth Cerejido will be the Esperanza Bravo de Varona Chair of the CHC at UM Libraries.
Protecting the ‘Coolest Fish in the Ocean’
A strong team of women researchers in UM’s Shark Research Conservation program represent the next generation of marine scientists.
Learn about U-LINK on August 1
Hear the answers to all your questions about the new presidential funding initiative at a Q&A.
Getting Commuter Students Off to a ‘Great Start’
Using first-hand experience, two students spearhead a pre-orientation program designed to prepare first-year commuter students for their freshman year.
University of Miami students participated in various activities abroad this summer, ranging from academics to performance and of course, vacation.
Five Questions: Cuba’s Constitutional Reforms
Will proposed changes to Cuba's Constitution make a big difference to the island nation? UM News asked UM's experts.
Miller School Spearheads Effort to Personalize Medicine
A UM-led consortium receives $60 million grant to help build the most inclusive and diverse health database in history.
Team Sonify
Engineering students capture second place in the worldwide blockchain coding competition hosted by Pitbull.
UM's Shark Guru
From hammerheads to great whites, University of Miami researcher Neil Hammerschlag is a dedicated specialist on just about all things sharks.
Program Provides Training to Journalists and Researchers
The newly established Security Training Scholarship Program aims to prepare those operating in high-risk environments.
Catering Excellence
UM dining services team earns national recognition for special event catering.
Criminal Injustice
An ACLU report authored by UM sociologists documents racial and ethnic disparities in Miami-Dade County's criminal justice system.
Reaction to Helsinki
Following the summit between Trump and Putin, reaction from politicians, pundits and former intelligence officials was swift.
The World Cup—Graphically Displayed
A School of Communication associate professor played an important hand—an artistic one!—in World Cup action, coordinating a team of designers to graphically tell the story of the world’s biggest fútbol tournament.
5 Big Questions about Brett Kavanaugh
University of Miami law and political science professors weigh in on Trump’s SCOTUS nominee.
Can Cities Keep Their Cool?
Research bioclimatologists with the UM Synoptic Climatology Lab counsel cities on how to manage rising temperatures.
Studying Playtime at the Beach
A UM-led study is examining how children’s play behavior at beaches could impact their health.
U.S. Journalists Face Increasing Risk
Political polarization, distrust in fact-based knowledge and verbal targeting may be fueling the onslaught.
Taking Center Stage
Three recent UM musical theatre graduates star in the world premiere of new play in Fort Lauderdale.
Focus on Discussion-Based Learning
Select classes will feature Harkness tables where students will sit campfire-style and engage in conversations and dialogue.
UM Law Alumni Recognized
The UM Law School Alumni Association celebrated the achievements of Miami Law Alumni at their annual reception.
UM Student Honors Pearl Harbor Veteran
Emi Kopke created an oil painting to raise money to help veterans in need and their families.
The Anatomy of a Firework
There’s more to Independence Day in Miami than you might think. We’re sharing details on the science behind fireworks and places in and around UM where you can celebrate!
With Justice Kennedy Retiring, What Happens Now?
Faculty from the University of Miami School of Law and College of Arts and Sciences weigh in on the future of the nation's highest court.
Holy Sargassum! Seaweed Invasion
A species of seaweed has been washing up on beaches across the Caribbean and South Florida.
Striving for Improvement
Former NFL player Justin King is getting an advanced degree in sport administration through a UM online program.
The Art and Science of Patient Safety
Future nurses and doctors learn the value of teamwork and communication in the University of Miami's innovative simulation course.
Thank You. Grazie. Danke.
At the University of Miami, employee recognition comes in many forms.
Summertime in ‘the City Beautiful’
Community art project encourages the public to explore the vibrant downtown area of Coral Gables and celebrate a new pedestrian-friendly streetscape.
Mexico’s Presidential Election: Why López Obrador Is Ahead and What Happens Next
It appears that his third run for the presidency will be successful as he distances himself from the political establishment.
Explaining the Holocaust
Teachers tackle challenging questions at the Holocaust Studies Summer Institute.
The Southern Porch as a ‘Sacred Stoop’
A University of Miami lecturer explores the role of the front porch in black communities.
‘I Want to Give Them Hope’
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, two public health sciences students traveled to Puerto Rico to document a community’s pressing needs.
A 'Cool' Anomaly
Colder Atlantic temperatures could change hurricane season forecasts, but the trend isn't expected to last.
Holes in the Head
UM neurorehabilitation expert David S. Kushner, M.D., who helps modern patients recover from brain surgery, chronicles the remarkable skill of ancient Peru’s cranial surgeons.
Five Questions: The Rollback of Bank Regulations in the Dodd-Frank Act
UM News interviewed a Miami Business School professor to learn more about claims that the changes could trigger another financial crisis.
The Korea Summit: It Should Be Simple—But It Won’t Be
The North Korea-United States summit is scheduled to take place on June 12 in Singapore.
Building Confident Leaders
University leaders learn more about themselves and one another through the popular Essentials of Leadership program.
Coral Defense
A new Rosenstiel School project is studying how effective corals reefs are in mitigating wave velocity and storm surge.
Five Questions: Mount Kilauea Eruption
Photos and video of bubbling and spewing molten lava from Mount Kilauea have been captivating millions of people since its eruption in early May.
Strategic Delivery
A UM alumnus is down under to generate new business leads for Amazon Australia.
Saying Goodbye to Soldiers
As part of the University of Miami Libraries StoryCorps-Warmamas Community Archive, mothers bid goodbye to sons and daughters deployed to war zones.
Talking to Kids About Race
An alumna and now practicum coordinator in the School of Education & Human Development shares lessons and learning about racial identity in free parent community seminar.
Upcoming Elections in Colombia
Voters head to the polls in a historic election to choose the country’s next president.
Wave Upon Wave of Accolades
From boathouse to marine research powerhouse, the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science celebrates its 75-year anniversary.
Memorial Day Weekend, the Miami Way
A snapshot guide to the start of summer in and around UM.
From Wall Street to Academia
Former investment banker Charmel Maynard leads UM’s investments and treasury functions.
In Memoriam: Former Dean of Students William 'Bill' Sheeder
Over his more than two decades at the U, the dean of students from 1976-1989 always put students first.
Marine Life Has a Glow to It
The final Sea Secrets lecture at the Rosenstiel School examines the biofluorescence of marine organisms.
Reminiscing with Mister Fix-It
Maintenance mechanic Milton Davis has kept UM housing humming for decades.
A Chip Off The Old Arch
Nontombi Naomi Tutu, daughter of the iconic Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, delivers her father’s message to graduates and gives some powerful advice of her own.
A Story Well-Lived
Graduate students receive newly minted degrees at a ceremony where ambition and experience are valued as keys to success.
The Scenic Route
With a used bicycle from Craigslist and support from UM’s UBike program, one UM employee got a new lease on life.
The Woman Behind the Pups
UPUP’s faculty advisor discusses her life on campus with puppies and the students who have made the service club such a success.
Balancing Education and Life
Kathleen Grace juggles a busy work schedule, motherhood and school as she tackles an advanced degree through UM’s online course offerings.
Celebrating the Journey
“Young, gifted, and black” graduates are honored at Senior Mwambo Ceremony at the Shalala Student Center.
‘A Family of Warriors’
The Casanas family has been through difficult health challenges but will celebrate three graduates on Commencement Day.
UM LGBTQ Graduates Celebrate Lavender Event
The annual tradition honoring graduating LGBTQ and ally students continues to grow, this year introducing new student awards and a keynote speaker.
Special Report: 2018 Commencement
The University of Miami will welcome new graduates into the UM alumni family during seven commencement ceremonies taking place over three days, May 10-12, at the Watsco Center on the Coral Gables campus.
Healing Support for Survivors of the Parkland Tragedy
Crisis counselors discuss the response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting at The Melissa Institute's annual conference
The Intersection of Language and Democracy
Faculty explore the crisscrossing lanes of language and democracy at a University of Miami symposium.
A Giant Step Forward for STEM
UM breaks ground on Phillip and Patricia Frost Science and Engineering Building.
Shaped by Culture, Curiosity, and a Calling
Laura Kohn-Wood, appointed dean of the School of Education and Human Development after a national search, is ready to marshal a legion of problem solvers.
Committed to Conservation
Marine Affairs major Hailey Wilson hopes to guide the fashion industry’s corporate sustainability practices.
“Unlimited” Passion for the U
Outgoing Student Government treasurer Emily Bajalia credits her various campus involvements for her “unique” undergraduate experience.
Cross Country ’Cane
California native Liat Cohen found her Miami experience to be collaborative and inspiring.
For Love of Sport
Florida native Ryan Keane follows his family’s passion for sports on his career path.
Special Care for Sylvester’s Youngest Patients
From video games and claymation to pizza Tuesday and cheeseburger Friday, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s pediatric oncology clinic, alex’s place, is anything but ordinary. In fact, the way its staff cares for young patients and their families makes it extraordinary.
Building Relationships in the Community
Medical School graduate Stephanie Ioannou wants to incorporate teaching and mentoring into her medical career.
He Sees a ‘Global Mission’
Miller School M.D./M.P.H. graduate Daniel Baldor has found his calling as a Navy surgeon.
Seeing a Future in Eye Care
Miller School of Medicine graduate Ryan Diel, who graduated among the top in his class, is pursuing a career in ophthalmology.
Striving for the Highest Potential
Ambitious and determined and active in campus organizations, medical school is on the horizon for Rowanne Ali.
Dreaming Big Pays Off
From freshman year to graduation, Andrew Masciarella’s experience at the University of Miami was always authentic and inspirational.
A Change Agent
A graduate of the School of Education and Human Development, Victoria Gonzalez enjoys working with communities to make a difference.
Russ Jollivette, Former Executive Assistant to UM President Foote, Passes Away
Jollivette, who was also VP for Government Relations, worked at UM during one of its most dynamic growth periods.
Blending Design and Construction
Graduating from the School of Architecture, Englander Owen Berry wants to strengthen the connection between design and construction.
Embracing Miami
Philly-born and shaped by Miami, Ivann Anderson leaves the U with nothing short of bittersweet memories and a smile.
Miami Native Transforms Passion into Skill
Emily Elkin plans to use her Master of Architecture to design impactful solutions to problems urban communities face.
A Passion for Sustainable Living
College of Engineering graduate Alec Jimenez draws on his passions and education to begin his career.
Mission to Aerospace
Danielle Coogan interned with both NASA and Boeing during her undergraduate career at the College of Engineering.
A Nurse’s Care Can Make a Lasting Impact
School of Nursing and Health Studies senior Casey Pearce prepares to transition from student to Neonatal Intensive Care Unit caregiver.
Dedicated to Public Health through Public Service
Foote Fellow, Stamps Leadership and National Merit Scholar Kristiana Yao earns two degrees from the University of Miami.
Science and the Art of Music
A Foote Fellow, Amanda Abate will earn her degree in music engineering with a minor in computer engineering.
Moved By the Music
Chee Weng Yim will graduate from the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Instrumental Conducting.
An Accidental Designer
Alex Kamphorst discusses how his extracurricular involvement led him to his true passion of public relations.
A Passionate Drive for Service
Brianna Hernandez did not let a nearly four-hour roundtrip daily commute keep her from campus involvement.
Another Run for the Record Books
Team UM made an impressive showing at the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run on Thursday, April 26, at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami.
Exceptional Scholars Recognized for Their Achievements
Provost’s Award for Scholarly Activity honors faculty from a variety of disciplines.
Two Notable Scholars
From Ghana to Brazil, professors Edmund Abaka and George Yudice have traveled across the globe to pursue their research and share their knowledge.
UM's Supply Chain Management Leads the Industry
On April 20, the University of Miami’s Supply Chain Management Department received prestigious recognition from the Emergency Care Research Institute (ECRI) for their dedication to innovative practices and industry leading approaches in healthcare.
The Business of Running a Football Team
Head Coach Mark Richt speaks at the Miami Business School’s Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series
Charles Zwick, UM Trustee who Balanced the Budget Under LBJ
Zwick was a passionate Hurricanes fan, philanthropist, and former banker.
Advice for Stepping Out in the World
University of Miami graduates will hear from a group of extraordinarily accomplished global citizens before making their own way in the world.
Stepping Out Into the World
University of Miami graduates will hear from a group of extraordinary leaders during this year’s commencement exercises.
Waters Rising!
Cross-curricular performances by Frost School of Music students and faculty increase community awareness about the causes and consequences of sea level rise.
Seeking Synergy in University Collaboration
University leaders from the Americas explore creating a Hemispheric University Consortium to work together to address pressing regional challenges.
UM Technology on Parade
High-tech space helmet technology, a lifelike infant simulator and 3D printing are featured at the UM display at the eMerge Americas convention.
A Woven Fabric of Science, Discovery and Partnership
The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and NOAA have worked together for more than 40 years on global advances in understanding our oceans and atmosphere.
Going for Green at the U
The Energy and Conservation Organization was recognized with the 2018 Roberta “Bosey” Fulbright Foote Prize for sparking green awareness and inspiring sustainable initiatives on campus.
Jacqueline Travisano Elected to AutoNation Board
Exposing Corruption Is a National Honor
The Brazilian judge whose office spearheaded a massive corruption and bribery investigation said that his country’s legal system and democracy are stronger as a result.
Julia Cayuso, a Compassionate and Engaged Leader
The director of the University of Miami's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, who passed away April 13, leaves an enduring legacy in "the best job'' she ever had.
Honoring Outstanding Teaching and Service
Business Professor Patricia Abril, and Trustee Stuart Miller receive Faculty Senate's highest honors
Pumped to Take a Stand
Participants of the ninth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event on campus pledge to help end sexual violence against women.
Just Dance—at Work!
A Faculty Staff Assistance Program dance therapy class gets employees on their feet and focused on wellness of body and mind.
Old Rhetoric for a New Generation
A University of Miami political scientist explores what a transition of power in Cuba means for its future.
A ’Canes Family Affair at Marlins Park
The 13th annual UM Family Night with the Miami Marlins lives up to its name.
A Legacy of Change
It’s been a year and half since his wife of almost 52 years, Nancy T. Clasby, a pioneering English professor who stood up for those who couldn’t stand for themselves, passed away. But Eugene Clasby, English professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, still beams with admiration when he says her name.
Collaboration Is Key to Success
Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers called for economic policies and practices that embrace collaboration and accountability.
Missing Miami
UM community writes eulogies for a city threatened by sea-level rise.
Gaining Real-World Experience in Improving Communities
UM team takes first place in Impact Investing in Commercial Real Estate competition.
Insights from the Real World of Sports Entertainment
UM's Global Entertainment + Sport Conference brings top athletes, broadcasters and professionals to campus.
Count Them. Nine. Yes, Nine.
For a generation of Juan family members, all roads lead to the University of Miami for their education.
UM’s Legal Counsel honored by Daily Business Review
Zooming in on Black Culture
UMTV airs its first-ever program designed to showcase the experience and excellence of black students.
Assessing Palliative Care Worldwide
A symposium is addressing key findings of the groundbreaking Lancet Commission Report on palliative care and proposing solutions to existing problems.
MLK's Legacy for Justice
The UM community reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. five decades after his death.
Building Back a Better Caribbean
Turning ideas to action fueled the Clinton Foundation’s CGI Action Network Post-Disaster Recovery conference on the Caribbean held at UM.
Giving Students the World
The Black Alumni Society and Woodson Williams Marshall Association help scholars stay focused on their studies, not their finances.
Operation Bases Loaded
The full-scale exercise was designed to help first responders, law enforcement and emergency managers better prepare for emergencies.
Climate Change and Financial Regulation
Caroline Bradley, professor of law, explores the financial implications of climate change.
Facebook: The State v. Social Media
What is the impact data mining will have on Facebook, on other industry giants and overall privacy rights?
‘Powerful Performances’
Makayla Manning, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumna and University of Miami freshman, helped organize the March for Our Lives protest on Miami Beach.
Marching for Change
University of Miami students helped organize and participated in the March for Our Lives demonstration Saturday on Miami Beach.
SEEDing Diversity and Inclusion
SEEDS Program uproots biases to grow a garden of empowerment for all at the University of Miami
The Bravery of Women
Women’s Commission’s 47th annual breakfast honors those who stand up to make a difference for women at the U.
Passion for Preserving History
The Kislak Center opens, aims to advance new forms of scholarship and build bridges across the University of Miami and community.
Miami Literary Spice
Novelist Jennine Capó Crucet’s Miami-spiced book talk spotlighted the One Book, One U initiative.
Biden Calls for a Change in Culture
As part of the “It’s On Us” initiative, the former vice president urged the UM community to help combat sexual violence against women.
A Man of Medicine
Haitian-born Henri Ford’s incredible journey to the deanship of the Miller School of Medicine.
Making a Splash with Special Students
Keeping a 30-year tradition, graduate students organize a fun-filled Hurricane Challenge for youngsters with disabilities.
A Fulbright Future
From bringing communities together to understanding the impacts of urbanization on the groundwater supply, UM faculty have received a most prestigious award to advance their research.
The Trance of Tribe
Novelist Jennine Capó Crucet’s book talk on March 20 explores belonging, identity, and what it means to be a first-generation college student.
Enthralled by a Puppet and a Tony
Musical theatre students spent quality time learning (and laughing) with Avenue Q co-creator Jeff Marx.
Blossoming Hemispheric Unity
The University of Miami takes concrete steps to become the hemispheric university as it builds a relationship with a Colombian university.
The Popular Physicist
A UM physicist comments on the passing of British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.
The Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela
Human Rights Watch says the government’s denial of the crisis worsens the suffering of its people.
Blockchain App Unveiled
The SAMBA app was developed by a Miami Law student to help resolve international conflicts.
Gratitude for Greatness
Last week, University of Miami employees from Coral Gables, Miller School of Medicine, and the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science campuses celebrated their hard work in a variety of ways during faculty and staff appreciation and well-being week.
Low Crime Rate Brings Mark of Honor for UMPD
The University of Miami Police Department is taking a unique approach to sharing the news about the University’s lowest reported crime rate, and you may notice it the next time you speak to a UMPD officer. A pin with a bright red “94” embedded in the U is now a standard part of the UMPD uniform.
Empowering Women at the U
Inspirational women across the University of Miami share their work, their passions, and their drive to empower other women.
Weatherproof Learning
B.E. & W.R. Miller BuildLab allows architecture students to work even in inclement weather.
Boosting the Signal
From spinning vinyl to streaming digital, WVUM celebrates its half-century ride on the changing airwaves of radio with a major renovation.
Democracy and the Detention of Immigrant Families
Rebecca Sharpless, director of Miami Law's Immigration Clinic, calls for a more open society approach to refugee law.
Marching for Policy Change
UM students rally against gun violence, support Coral Gables commission resolution.
Why We Work
In this SEEDS “You Choose” Leadership Award workshop, employees discuss how social identities influence workplace engagement.
Scholarships Fuel Future Opportunities
Stories of humble beginnings and dreams of opportunity highlighted the importance of a culture of philanthropy across generations during the 11th annual Scholarship Donor Recognition Luncheon.
The Perfect Marriage
The first regional joint NAE-NAM symposium examines the promise of engineering-medical partnerships that improve health care.
Not His 'Darkest Hour'
Fatigued, in ailing health, and miffed that he'd been voted out of power, Winston Churchill visited the University of Miami in 1946 to receive an honorary degree.
Protecting Young Activism
Universities and colleges across the country are revisiting admission standards to ensure student applicants will not be adversely impacted if they are disciplined for peaceful protests.
Frost School Ensemble Honors Stoneman Douglas Community
The concert, entitled “Collaborations,” presented works that inspire musicians to bring art to life.
Hitting a High Note
Student a cappella group BisCaydence wins quarterfinals and advances to the next round in the international competition made famous by Pitch Perfect.
Ten Questions with Jacqueline Travisano
A closer look at the University of Miami's executive vice president for business and finance and chief operating officer.
The Global Influence of Graham
The popular Christian minister preached to more people than any other evangelist in history.
Honoring Lives Lost
A vigil on the University of Miami campus, organized by UM students who graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, honors those lost in the “senseless attack.”
Sea Secrets: Acclaimed Journalist Talks Sea-Level Rise
The latest speaker in the popular lecture series at the Rosenstiel School, Jeff Goodell, shared insights into his new book exploring sea-level rise.
Electronic Devices in Classroom: Help or Hindrance?
At the University of Miami, the professor has the last word on whether students can use their laptops and iPhones in the classroom.
UM Responders Look for Lessons in Tragedy
Members of the University of Miami first response teams remind us of resources available and what to do if crisis hits.
Suffering Through the Violence
Mexican activist, poet and novelist Javier Sicilia deplored the violence stemming from the “drug war” in Mexico that claimed his son’s life.
X Factor
From the North Pole to the South Pole and everywhere in between, the art of UM alumnus Xavier Cortada bridges conflict, inspires action, and teaches the world about science that matters.
University of Miami Experts Comment on Parkland Shooting
A Discussion About Climate Change
A panel of University of Miami faculty talked about the impacts of climate change during a meeting of the UM Citizens Board.
‘If Not Now, When?’
UM Hillel transforms a blank wall into a call to action to build engagement and bring effective change.
Blending Technology and Talent
Students in the Laptop Ensemble at the Frost School of Music are among the first in the country to use laptops as their primary performance instruments to create contemporary masterpieces.
Statement from University of Miami President Julio Frenk on the Appointment of the New Harvard University President
In response to the selection of the new leader of Harvard University, University of Miami President Julio Frenk issued the following statement:
How Fleeing Venezuelans Fare in South Florida and Colombia
A UM study explores why they are leaving and how they acclimate to their new lands.
Exploring Atheism and Secularism
The creation of an endowed chair for the study of Atheism, Humanism, and Secular Ethics demonstrates UM’s commitment to a leadership role in pursuing new knowledge, information and ideas.
A Sinkhole to the Past
The University of Miami is hosting a full-day conference on the archeological significance of Little Salt Spring.
Advancing Scholarship across the Americas
The University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas announces 11 seed grants for 23 faculty across the University.
Luis Santeiro Shares His Memoir
Nearly 200 people turned out for a reading by the lead writer of the popular bilingual sitcom, ‘¿Qué Pasa, USA?’
Enhancing the Patient Experience with Technology
Students in the School of Architecture's Healthcare Design Studio create a talking exam-room wall to help ease patient stress.
Ellie Goldenberg Lives on in Memorial Scholarship
Three UM B.F.A. musical theatre majors are the first recipients of scholarship named in honor of the UM student who died tragically.
Advancing Interdisciplinary Research to Tackle Societal Problems
Five interdisciplinary teams are the inaugural recipients of grant funding from U-LINK—the UM Laboratory for INtegrative Knowledge.
Writing Beyond the Margins
At Students of Color Symposium, motivational speaker Octavia Yearwood encourages students to expand their boundaries.
The Power of Miami
The University of Miami’s business school has changed its name to be more in tune with the city it represents and the aspirations of its students.
Out of the Darkness
A student event featuring an interactive tunnel displaying images, videos and other elements sheds light on oppression.
Aboard the F.G. Walton Smith
Explore the Rosenstiel School’s distinctive resource for scientific research—a 96-foot, state-of-the-art catamaran—in this interactive, special feature.
Impacts of an Oil Spill
Rosenstiel School professor talks about the devastating impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and perhaps a “silver lining.”
Bring DREAMers Fully into American Life
Presidents at three higher education institutions in Miami "lend our unified voices” to the call for bringing DREAMers fully into American life.
Helping Brazilian English Teachers Build Professional Skills
Thirty high school English teachers from Brazil are spending six weeks at UM in a new skill-building program.
A ‘Glocal’ Response
Global and local efforts needed to respond to biological threats, UM President Julio Frenk warned at a biodefense forum.
A Weather Forecast for Your Life?
As artificial Intelligence takes hold, tech visionary David Kenny stresses keeping human values in the mix of data and innovation to “protect humanity.”
’Canes in the Capital
UM’s First Black Graduates Project committee visits an iconic D.C. museum for inspiration to create a Coral Gables campus mural honoring history and inclusion.
Art in the Heart of Campus
The Beaux Arts Festival of Art debuts at a new site with picture-perfect weather and a panoply of original works of art.
King’s Legacy Lives
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision for a “Beloved Community” has inspired a number of University of Miami alumni and faculty. Read their recollections below.
One Million Jobs Available for Cyber Security Professionals
UM launches three cyber security certificate programs to equip professionals for the growing employment demand.
Shaping the Future of South Florida Business
The second annual Big Data Conference and Workshop hosted by UM Center for Computational Science encouraged business leaders, including UM alumni, to dive into big data.
Beaux Arts Festival of Art on the Move
Now in its 67th year, the Beaux Arts Festival will move to the Foote University Green.
University of Miami Business School’s Florida 50 Stock Index gains more than 28% during 2017
UMIAMIFL also outperformed two key S&P benchmarks by more than nine percent.
2017: The Year in Review
Here’s a look at what transpired at the U over the past year.
UM Researchers Synergize to Develop Health Care Tool
HealthSnap, developed by five University of Miami graduates, utilizes predictive medicine to encourage wellness.
Miami faces Wisconsin in the 2017 Capital One Orange Bowl
Read UM News reporter Robert Jones’ blog for behind-the-scenes reports.
Susan T. Jones, Stalwart Leader at UM, Passes Away
She touched the lives of many in the community and during her years at the University of Miami. She died Christmas day.
Partnering to Improve Care
SONHS simulation training hones skills of entry-level nurses at UM Hospital.
New Senior Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Named
Josh Friedman comes to the University of Miami from Arizona State University Foundation.
Top Honors for 'All the Buzz'
William W. Sandler Jr. Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Education earns national recognition for its interactive, peer-designed program.
Graduates Urged to ‘Swing for the Fences’
Retired baseball star Alex Rodriguez gives "Major League" advice to UM’s fall graduating class.
Commencement Profile: Dennis Lejardi
Becoming the Man of the Hour
Commencement Profile: Sandra Lopez Neill
Always a little bit of a flair for the dramatic.
Paying It Forward
A scholarship created by retired Major League Baseball star Alex Rodriguez and born out of his love for the Boys and Girls Clubs has helped a UM student realize his dream of graduating from college.
Gulf Coast Universities Team Up to Address Hurricane Resilience
New Multi-State Institute Focuses on Reducing Damage from Severe Storms
Commencement Profile: Daniela Deu
Daniela Deu was drawn to both architecture and urbanism, believes architecture can change communities.
Commencement Profile: Chaisson Allen
Canes Basketball player development assistant will graduate with MSED in Sport Administation.
Commencement Profile: David J. Louis, Jr.
UOnline graduate will earn his M.S. in Health Informatics
Commencement Profile: Vanessa Tercero
Seeking a college experience within a diverse community, this graduate found her home away from home at the University of Miami.
Commencement Profile: S. Molly Dominick
Graduating with Comedic Timing
Commencement Profile: Claudia Campano
The top graduate from UM's School of Education and Human Development shines in the classroom.
Commencement Profile: Tracy Ehrlich
‘Part-Time Junior’ Sculpts Her Way to a B.F.A.
Do You Know Numbers?
Numbers and the Making of Us by Caleb Everett, professor and chair of the University of Miami's Anthropology Department, named a “Top 10 Science Book”
One Book, One U
Make Your Home Among Strangers, a UM common reading book, seeks to promote a campus-wide conversation about family, identity, and immigration.
Real-Life Learning Rewards
Students in University of Miami’s School of Communication’s Orange Umbrella Student Consultancy garner real-life experience collaborating with clients.
Cultivating Passion for Civic Participation
Through its new Leadership UMiami program, the Butler Center for Service and Leadership is empowering UM students to be engaged citizens at the local and national level.
Commencement Profile: Sterlie Achille
A Biomedical Engineering Major and campus leader, Sterlie Achille involved herself in many activities outside the classroom.
Music Power, Right On!
UM faculty and staff "closet musicians" take the stage to celebrate an unforgettable era.
Estefan Honored by Kennedy Center
University of Miami alumna Gloria Estefan was among five artists recognized for enriching the human spirit.
Major League Speakers Share Their Magic
Major League Baseball legend Alex Rodriguez will give his advice to undergraduates and Magic Leap, Inc. founder Rony Abovitz will address graduate students.
Charlotte Bound
UM News reporter Robert Jones is headed to North Carolina for the ACC championship game. Read his blog posts for the latest insights and behind-the-scenes look at championship weekend.
Donna Arbide Named Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations at The George Washington University
Arbide leaves the University of Miami after 31 years in Development and Alumni Relations.
Pedestrian Bridge Over U.S. 1 Dedicated
The long-awaited project provides safe passage across U.S. 1 between the University Metrorail station and Mariposa Court.
Sea Hare Reveals Secrets about Learning
Study of the sea hare, with its far simpler nervous system and physiology, has taught us much about how we learn and remember, says Lynne Fieber, associate professor at RSMAS
Keeping the American Dream Alive
UM forum highlights contributions of immigrants, aims to launch a movement toward sensible immigration reform
A Preschool that Strives to Make a Difference
The Miami Lighthouse for the Blind’s New School Provides an Inclusive Setting for Sighted and Visually Impaired Students
Power of Faith
At the entrance of the University of Miami’s Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, a group of statues bring aspects of traditional Judaism to life.
Pedaling Profits
UM Police Department's Innovative Fundraiser Sells Abandoned Bikes to Support United Way
A Solid Business Partner for the Caribbean
The 41st annual conference on the Caribbean and Central America held a special program at the University of Miami School of Business Administration, gathering experts and entrepreneurs to contextualize what the technology revolution in business and industry means for the region.
University of Miami School of Business Receives Major Gift to Support Entrepreneurship
The Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation gift will establish the Business Plan Competition Endowed Fund.
Canada’s Health Systems Not an Apt Model for U.S.
C. David Naylor, a UM Presidential Scholar and public health policy expert, provided insight into health systems and what works.
American Caravan for Peace
A cohort of five religious leaders from Miami, including a rabbi and imam from the University of Miami, attended the American Peace Caravan in Morocco in October to promote peace and understanding.
Gabrielle Union Inspires Students to Be Authentic
Hollywood actress and star of the hit BET series Being Mary Jane gets real about gender, race and courage in the face of adversity.
UM, City of Coral Gables Share Accomplishments
The annual development agreement meeting is a time for the city and University to share information and insights.
UM School of Business Administration Partners with Burson-Marsteller
December’s Crisis Management Course is the first such partnership between Burson-Marsteller and an academic institution.
ESPN College GameDay to Broadcast Live from UM Campus
Students, community encouraged to attend live show on Coral Gables campus.
University of Miami Student Will Always Remember this Veteran
Emi Kopke designed a special commemorative shirt that veteran John Seelie wore to Pearl Harbor anniversary.
Student Publications Receive Top Awards
Ibis Yearbook, Distraction Magazine receive awards from the Associated Collegiate Press Association.
UM Continues to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas
The University of Miami continues to welcome professors and eligible students from Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other Caribbean territories impacted by the recent hurricanes to support their research and scholarship.
Students Keep Homecoming Traditions Alive
From decorating ornaments for the Spirit Tree to an a cappella remix of the Alma Mater, Homecoming week competitions engage students in annual traditions.
The Danger of the Status Quo
Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Jim Yong Kim shared insights on global health and lessons learned during a Q & A session at UM’s Cosford Cinema.
UM Scientist Awarded Grant Aimed to Increase U.S. Aquaculture Production
The award is part of $9.3 million NOAA has slated to help spur the development and growth of shellfish, finfish and seaweed aquaculture businesses.
Building the Instinct for Affordable Housing
A minimum-wage worker would have to hold three full-time jobs to afford an average market-rate apartment in Miami, a city with the nation’s highest share of severely cost-burdened renters—individuals and families who spend at least 50 percent of their income on housing.
'Cane Talks: Examining the Culture of Cuba
The University of Miami presented talks by three faculty members on the culture of Cuba during a 'Cane Talks event in April 2017.
UM Hillel: Student Perspectives from Cuba
UM Hillel students reflect on their March 2017 Alternative Spring Break trip to Cuba.
UM Hillel: A Vibrant Patronato, the Cuban Jewish Community
The Patronato, or the Cuban Jewish Community, is at once a cultural gathering place and a tight-knight community for Cuban Jews on the island.
UM Hillel: Connecting to Jewish Cuba
UM Hillel provides an enriching experience to students through its Alternative Spring Break trip to Cuba.
UMIA: A Hub for Caribbean Research
The Hemispheric Caribbean Studies group, an interdisciplinary team of faculty, is part of the University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas.
CHC: A Collection of Historical Gems
Esperanza Bravo de Varona, professor emerita and founding director of the Cuban Heritage Collection, reflects on the "crown jewel" of Cuban collections that is housed at the University of Miami.
CCS: Using Computational Mapping to Communicate Culture
UM researchers document aspects of culture and history in the Caribbean when mapping often forgotten places.
UMIA: Collaborative Scholarship in the Americas
The University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas is bringing together experts to tackle the hemisphere's most pressing challenges.
CCS: Hemispheric Collaboration
UM's Center for Computational Science and the Yucatan State Government sign a strategic agreement to create "UM Computational Science Center for the Americas."
Abess Center: Saving Coral Reefs
UM's interdisciplinary Abess Center is collaborating with counterparts in the Caribbean Basin to help save one of the world's natural wonders.
ICCAS: A Hub for Information on Cuba at the University of Miami
The University of Miami's Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, established in 1999, provides academic and cultural insight on Cuba.
Jazz Cubano!
Afro-Cuban Jazz masters forge new frontiers at the Frost School.
The Fruits of Caribbean Literary Studies
A unique website featuring peer-reviewed Caribbean scholarship is letting that knowledge be shared worldwide.
Impresiones: Sights and Sounds from Travels in Cuba
University of Miami students who visited Cuba in March 2017 describe their experiences in their own words.
The Musical Divide of Charismatic Worship in Haiti
Frost School of Music musicologist explores the impact of music within the narrative of Haiti's cultural and religious identity.
Afro-Cuban Religion: Surviving and Thriving Underground
UM religion experts discuss how Afro-Cuban religions have survived and evolved from its early roots in the slave trade to the Cuban diaspora.
A Musician Grows in Cuba
Frost School of Music dean traveled to Cuba to engage with young Cuban music students.
The Lowe Features Caribbean Art
The Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami has a strong penchant for featuring art from its regional neighbor-the Caribbean.
Havana: the 'Rome of the New World'
UM architecture professor has deep roots to Cuba and its unique architecture.
Connections to the Past
A University of Miami architecture student discovered her mother's childhood home and meets her mother's best childhood friend.
Unexpected Reception
UM School of Architecture student Lok Chan found that her Chinese ancestry was of great interest to many in Cuba.
Sanctuaries Reveal 'Otherworldly' Past
A UM art historian marvels at the distinctive colonial architecture of Cuban churches.
Exploring Architectural Wonders
UM Architecture professors and students have a long and varied connection to Cuba and its unique architectural past.
An Interdisciplinary Hemispheric Collaboration
UM College of Arts and Sciences researchers integrate interdisciplinary work in the Caribbean Studies Group.
Football Flashback: 'Canes vs. Cuba
In Miami's first season of football, the Hurricanes traded road trips with the University of Havana.
Digital Home for Cuban Theater
With a passion for Caribbean and Latin American theater, UM's Lillian Manzor helped develop the Cuban Theater Digital Archive with the Otto G. Richter Library and Cuba's National Council for the Performing Arts.
A UM Architect's Connection to Cuba
The first-generation Cuban-American, who has family members living on the island, has studied Central Havana's housing problem and proposed strategies to help solve it.
Marrying Science and Policy in the Bahamas
UM biology professor uses coastal ecology and citizen science to analyze storm risk to life and property in the Bahamas, supporting data-driven policies.
On the Frontlines of Immigration
Miami Law's Rebecca Sharpless and David Abraham discuss changes and policies regarding immigration in the Caribbean.
GTMO: Mayberry with a Caribbean Breeze
Miami Law Professor Christina Frohock discusses the complexity of the U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay facility in Cuba.
A Trusted Ally for Leftists
UM experts provide insight into Cuba's hemispheric importance for negotiations.
A Renewed, Tenuous Relationship
The future of U.S.-Cuba relations is being closely watched amidst changing administrations and policies.
A Close Look at Cervical Cancer in Haitian Women
A Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher is investigating the connection between plants and cancer in the Haitian community.
Comparative Studies Could Identify IBD 'Triggers'
UM medical researchers are collaborating with Cuban counterparts to learn more about gastrointestinal disorders in Hispanics.
Campeche and UM Join Hands to Improve Public Health
The agreement establishes collaboration in training, clinical and research initiatives.
A Hemispheric Approach to Bioethics and Health Policy
UM's Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy is exploring opportunities for partnerships and collaborations with Cuba's academic institutions.
A 'Living Laboratory' for Studying Multiple Sclerosis
UM doctors and scientists are collaborating with health officials in Cuba to examine the differences in rates of multiple sclerosis on the island and elsewhere.
Creative Insight on Cuba's Wastewater System
Limited information on Cuba's water infrastructure system didn't stop two UM students from developing award-winning research.
Transforming Nursing Education in Guyana
The School of Nursing and Health Studies' PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center offers sustainable nurse educator training and health care workforce development to students in Guyana.
Missions of Mercy
For 14 years, Medical Students in Action has brought health care to rural villages in the Dominican Republic.
Health Care in Haiti
The University of Miami and Project Medishare provide much-needed medical services in Haiti, and are training Haitians to help Haitians.
There's Something in the Waters of Puerto Rico's Guánica Bay
Miller School researcher records the second-highest levels of PCBs anywhere in the world.
Delaying Motherhood for Childhood
Doctoral students at the School of Communication are working on a project aimed at reducing adolescent pregnancy in Jamaica.
Sharing Insights on Trauma Care
A budding relationship between University of Miami doctors and their counterparts at a University of Havana hospital is taking shape.
Cuba Water Hassles
An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.
Sharing Ideas Amid a Changing Culture
Doctors at UM's Miller School of Medicine partner with a Havana hospital to share information around trauma care.
Haiti after Hurricane Matthew
The Haitian government adopts a UM study for its post-Hurricane Matthew recovery and rebuilding efforts.
Studying Caribbean Currency
A political scientist provides his insights and interpretation of the economies of Caribbean nations.
A Close Look at Cuba's Health Care System
Steven Ullmann, UM health care business expert, provides perspective on Cuba's health care system.
A Bright Future for Caribbean Fish
UM Rosenstiel School professors are developing sustainable ways to support aquaculture for business and livelihoods in the Caribbean.
Serving the Underserved in Dominican Republic
UM School of Business Administration students traveled to the Dominican Republic to offer business consulting and training in underserved communities.
Restoring Cuba's Historic Infrastructure
An innovative composite material for repairs can positively impact Cuba's structural restoration efforts.
A Chinese-Cuban Secret Society in Havana
Chinese associations and secret societies in Cuba have deep sociocultural and religious roots back to eighteenth century China.
Chinese Influences on Life and Religion in Cuba
Chinese and African diasporas in Cuba have uniquely blended social, cultural and religious aspects on the island, and understanding this may help areas of anthropology.
Cuban Lecturer Inspires Students through Stories of Resilience
Joan Martínez Evora was a lawyer in Cuba before coming to the U.S. and now teaching at the University of Miami.
Language and the Negotiation of Identities
A UM sociolinguist works to unveil and address the subtle nuances of historical and sociocultural context in languages from the Caribbean.
Exploring Shipwrecks in the Caribbean
Rosenstiel's resident underwater archaeologist explores sunken pirate ships in the Caribbean.
A Winning Team
A new scholarship provided by Payless ShoeSource enables a student from the Caribbean to attend UM.
Student Organizations Embrace Caribbean Culture
Cultural student groups on campus take pride in UM's hemispheric approach to diversity.
Tracing Circuitous Lines of the Black LGBTQ experience
UM anthropologist works to uncover the LGBTQ experience in the Caribbean region.
Helping Hands in Haiti
Faculty and students at several University of Miami schools and colleges have forged strong relationships with Haitians.
El Mar y Él
In an award-winning film, a UM student filmmaker shares his uncle's story of escaping communist Cuba.
Unearthing the Mysteries of the Caribbean
Forensic anthropologist Monica Faraldo employs her passion for bones and puzzles to shed light on ancient migratory routes in the Caribbean.
A Unique Cultural Perspective
A love of language, literature and theatre brings the first Cuban student in decades on a student visa to UM for her doctoral studies.
A Conversation with Yoani Sanchez
The Cuban independent journalist is critical of the Castro regime, and wants more free speech for her country.
Science as Diplomacy
The Rosenstiel School's final lecture of the 2017 Sea Secrets series focused on using science diplomacy to bring marine science together in the U.S. and Cuba and was held at the new Frost Science Museum.
Father of Dust
UM Professor Emeritus Joseph M. Prospero analyzes the effects of Saharan dust on air quality in the Caribbean Basin.
Protecting Flora, Fauna and Humans in the Caribbean Biological Corridor
A University of Miami anthropologist is working to study and protect the unique native flora and fauna-and the people that depend on these environments-in the Caribbean Biological Corridor, which includes Haiti, Dominican Republic, and Cuba.
A Pregnancy Exam for Jaws
Shark expert Neil Hammerschlag administers ultrasounds on sharks at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.
Finding Keys to Coral Survival
Corals in Cuba, considered to be some of the most pristine in the Caribbean, may help determine how these ecosystems can survive climate change.
Influencing Hurricane Intensity
Rosenstiel School researchers are analyzing whether warmer freshwater from South American rivers is impacting the strength of hurricanes in the Caribbean Sea.
Working Together to Build a Sustainable Future
The UM Chapter of Engineers without Borders travels to the Dominican Republic for the first step in creating a water system engineering project.
Exploring Energy Options for Cuba
A College of Engineering faculty member begins modeling a Net Zero Energy Community for Cuba's future energy infrastructure.
A Museum of Marine Life
Since the 1930s, UM scientists and students have been adding to a vast collection of marine invertebrate species, considered one of the largest in the world.
This is Not a Drill
UM's student-run 'Canes Emergency Response Team puts their training into action to assist with recovery efforts on campus.
It's Back to School
UM undergraduate students resumed classes Monday, some ready, some not, but everyone glad to be back.
What a Ride
UM students recount how they rode out the storm called Hurricane Irma.
Residential Reunion
Students living in residential housing are returning to campus and classes with renewed resolve after Hurricane Irma.
Full Recovery Mode after Hurricane Irma
The University is moving swiftly and diligently to clear widespread downed trees, power lines and other obstacles to coordinate a safe return to the Coral Gables campus.
Safeguarding Students Amid Irma
The University's decision to close classes well in advance of the hurricane enabled the successful evacuation of 4,300 students and a well-orchestrated safety plan for those unable to leave.
Category 5 Teamwork
Classes resume on the Coral Gables campus after the removal of 4 million pounds of landscape debris.
President Julio Frenk's Videos and Letters
University of Miami President Julio Frenk engaged with the UM community during the recent spate of hurricanes affecting Florida, keeping students, staff and faculty aware of storm preparations, and response and recovery efforts.
Mapathon Aims to Aid Relief
Universities across the country are working on updating maps of disaster areas to speed relief efforts to impacted areas.
UM Students from Puerto Rico Weather Hurricane Maria
Recovery efforts led by students and faculty continue as Puerto Rican students stuck on island return.
Serving a Community in Need
UM students fan out across South Florida to help local neighborhoods rebound from the impacts of Hurricane Irma.
Bascom Palmer's Vision Van Provides Relief Care to the Keys
A volunteer team from Bascom Palmer Eye Institute spent three days in Key West providing urgently needed vision care in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
'Canes Family Lends a Helping Hand
The University of Miami joined forces with several agencies to aid victims of recent natural disasters in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean.
UM to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas
The University of Miami is offering professors and graduate students a place to continue their work.
Miller School Mobilizes to Help Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is mobilizing its resources to help Puerto Rico's medical community after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
Bringing Support to the Island
The Miller School of Medicine pediatric team delivered supplies and support to Puerto Rico's physicians.
UM School of Education Receives $6.5 Million Grant
The grant will help Miami-Dade teachers engage students with diverse learning needs.
Catalonia’s Vote for Independence
A native of the region, UM’s Joaquin Roy explores the ramifications of Catalonia’s independence referendum.
Focus on Food
UM community dishes out treats and information during Food Day 2017
Tropical Depression 18 - Advisory 1
The University is monitoring the storm. All classes, events, and clinical activities are operating on a regular schedule.
New Leadership Team Moves the U Forward
Open house enables UM community to meet and mingle with new student and administrative leaders
Alma Mater, Stand Forever
Before The Great Miami Hurricane brought them together in 1926, she escaped Armenia on the back of a camel, and he arrived in Miami “over the backs of alligators.” Their separate but extraordinary lives were briefly but forever entwined when they wrote the University of Miami “Alma Mater” together.
UM Dedicates Game-Changing 3D Lab
New College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration.
Infusing New Blood into a Shakespearean Classic
School of Communication alumni, students and faculty shoot an LGBT interracial vampire romance in Greece.
Emeritus Trustee and Alumnus M. Lee Pearce Passes Away
Dr. Pearce, described as “a tough and savvy investor,” was elected to UM’s Board of Trustees in 1993.
Scaling to New Heights
Master flautist Sir James Galway says that to become an accomplished musician, “practice your scales like there’s no tomorrow.”
The Power of Art
University of Miami’s Wynwood Art Gallery holds its annual faculty exhibition featuring thought-provoking art pieces in a variety of mediums.
Celebrating Innovation and Creativity in Our Nation's Capital
From a game simulating how whales navigate to a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, the U showcased some of its best talent and research at an ACC festival at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
The Witches of Venice
A University of Miami Ph.D. student in the Department of History sheds light on the dark history of witchcraft in 16th century Venice.
Blues and Reds Game To Aid Research
A new mobile game called Blues and Reds, now available worldwide, aims to help researchers study interactive behavior.
A Global Pain Crisis
A major Lancet Commission report, a three-year project headed by UM’s Professor Felicia Knaul and co-authored by President Julio Frenk, finds almost 26 million people die suffering, most without a 3-cent morphine tablet that could alleviate their pain.
CLaRO to Address Health Issues in High-Risk Latino Communities
With a $6.8 million NIH grant, the UM School of Nursing and Health Studies and FIU Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work partnership shows continued excellence in health disparities research.
Seafarers and Sagas
A summer 2017 excursion unlike any other united a group of University of Miami students and faculty throughout parts of Norway, Iceland and England.
A Police Captain’s Journey
John Barkley of the Naples Police Department is earning a MPA degree through UM’s online program.
UM Trustee Robert Mann Passes Away
Alumnus and WVUM co-founder’s influential gifts and service strengthened the U
'Hamilton' star Joshua Henry, B.M. '06
'Hamilton' star Joshua Henry on why kids in the audience bring him to tears
UM to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas
The University of Miami is offering professors and graduate students a place to continue their work.
Miller School Mobilizes to Help Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is mobilizing its resources to help Puerto Rico’s medical community after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
Mapathon Aims to Aid Relief
Universities across the country are working on updating maps of disaster areas to speed relief efforts to impacted areas.
University of Miami Welcomes Class of 2021 Stamps Scholars
UM students awarded prestigious Stamps Scholarships.
Autism Experts and Community Members Work Together
The Center for Autism Related Disabilities (CARD) has joined a national team to address the needs of with children on the autism spectrum.
Millions Left in Dark After Irma
With power knocked out for millions of people throughout Florida after Hurricane Irma, does putting power lines underground make sense.
SONHS Simulation Hospital
The new SONHS Simulation Hospital offers a powerful new learning environment for health care professionals and communities far and wide.
Pushing the Boundaries in Career Readiness
The University of Miami Toppel Career Center is leading the way in the field of career services through an online video simulation platform for students.
Learning Science by Doing Science
Students in STEM fields at the University of Miami are engaging with each other, across disciplines, in a new era of active education at the College of Arts and Sciences.
Theatre and Revolution in Clinical Legal Education
The University of Miami Law School's Health Rights Clinic incorporates a distinctive collaborative simulation method into its immersive clinical legal education.
Revolutionizing Medical Education at the Gordon Center
The Michael S. Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education is a renowned facility that applies advanced technology and simulation techniques to medical education at the University of Miami.
Transforming 21st Century Engineering Education
The University of Miami College of Engineering implements an innovative alternative to the traditional lecture format for several of its classes-what's known as an active classroom.
Understanding Pain through Science and Simulation
A UM psychology professor studies the perception and communication of pain in a simulated clinical setting at the College of Arts and Sciences.
The University of Miami team of soccer-playing robots engages computer science students to experience hands-on learning in robotics and artificial intelligence research.
Teaching Students the Mechanics Behind How Humans Learn
The graduate courses on applied learning will be offered on campus and online by the School of Education and Human Development.
Organs on a Chip
University of Miami engineers are simulating human organs on chips, improving potential applications in health and medicine.
Mighty Girls
Digital games and an interactive classroom developed at the School of Nursing and Health Studies empower girls to use their voices to make wise choices.
Sounding the Alarm
A multidisciplinary team of researchers and medical professionals from the University of Miami and universities across the country has been working to address the effects of audible medical alarms within clinical settings.
A Category 5 Learning Experience
UM's Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. SUSTAIN lab offers an immersive learning experience like no other.
Real-Life Learning Rewards
Students in University of Miami's School of Communication's Orange Umbrella Student Consultancy garner real-life experience collaborating with clients.
Visualization Goes High-Tech with CCS's Viz Lab
From an aerial shot of a shantytown to an image of brain dendrites, the lab offers the UM community a high-tech way to display, present and analyze information.
Reimagining the Library
The new Learning Commons at UM's Richter Library allows students to create, collaborate, investigate and learn.
Design-Thinking Brought to Life at the School of Architecture
An immersive architecture education at the University of Miami engages students in design-thinking and active problem-solving through studio courses and lab spaces.
Dream It, Print It, Do It
The new game-changing College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration.
A Vision Becomes Real
The dedication of the Simulation Hospital at the School of Nursing and Health Studies ushers in a new era of engaged learning.
A Post-Hurricane Irma Message to Airlines
A Post-Hurricane Irma Message to Airlines on Behalf of the Provost Jeffrey L. Duerk, Ph.D.
The Psychological Impacts of Natural Disasters on Youth
Research examines new criteria for studying post-traumatic stress disorder better suited for children exposed to a natural disaster.
It’s Back to School
UM undergraduate students resumed classes Monday, some ready, some not, but everyone glad to be back.
Simulation Hospital Ushers in New Era of Education
The bold vision for advancing health care education and practice manifests itself this Thursday, September 28.
What a Ride
UM students recount how they rode out the storm called Hurricane Irma.
Serving a Community in Need
UM students fan out across South Florida to help local neighborhoods rebound from the impacts of Hurricane Irma.
Category 5 Teamwork
Classes resume on the Coral Gables campus after the removal of 4 million pounds of landscape debris.
Residential Reunion
Students living in residential housing are returning to campus and classes with renewed resolve.
This Is Not a Drill
UM’s student-run ’Canes Emergency Response Team puts their training into action to assist with recovery efforts on campus.
New Forecast Model to Help Severe Weather Preparation
The two year project looks to improve forecast predictions that would look three to four weeks out, considered the “new frontier” in forecasting.
Safeguarding Students amid Irma
The University’s decision to close classes well in advance of the hurricane enabled the successful evacuation of 4,300 students and a well-orchestrated safety plan for those unable to leave.
Coral Gables Campus in Full Recovery Mode after Hurricane Irma
The University is moving swiftly and diligently to clear widespread downed trees, power lines, and other obstacles to coordinate a safe return to the Coral Gables campus.
Hurricane Irma - Advisories
The University of Miami continues the recovery effort from Hurricane Irma.
University Issues Statement on DACA
Zika Experts and Partners
The University of Miami’s Zika Global Network is connecting UM physicians, researchers, public health and business specialists, geographers, mathematicians, faculty from partner universities and other health professionals the world over.
Zika in South Florida
Map of Zika cases and risk in South Florida.
Zika in the United States
Maps tracking the spread of Zika in the United States.
Global Risk of Zika Virus
A global map of areas at risk of Zika.
Video: Preventing Zika, a Tropical Infectious Disease
UM tropical disease specialist Paola N. Lichtenberger, M.D., is hard at work understanding the spread of the Zika virus in South Florida and other tropical climates.
Video: Improving Tests for Zika Detection
UM biochemist and molecular biologist Sylvia Daunert, Ph.D., describes promising research she is undertaking with her team to develop quick and accurate tests for Zika detection.
Video: Zika Vector Control
UM public health specialist John C. Beier, Sc.D. discusses ways that UM Miller School of Medicine scientists are working to control vectors of the Zika virus.
Video: Pediatric Care for Zika
UM pediatric specialist Ivan A. Gonzalez, M.D. helps mothers and their young children deal with uncertainties of the Zika virus.
Video: Women’s and Maternal Care for Zika
UM obstetrician and gynecologist Christine L. Curry, M.D., Ph.D., helps women and mothers deal with uncertainties of the Zika virus.
Video: UM on the Forefront of War on Zika
UM infectious disease specialist Mario Stevenson, Ph.D., discusses ways that UM Miller School of Medicine scientists are working to tackle the Zika virus.
Antibody ‘Cocktail’ Halts Zika Infection
Researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine collaborate with other U.S. and Brazilian scientists to discover a monoclonal antibody “cocktail” that prevents Zika infection in primates.
History of Zika
Overview of where the Zika virus started and where it’s moved across the globe.
About Zika
What you should know about the Zika virus and its effects.
Frequently Asked Questions about Zika
Information is provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Preventing Zika
As Miami heads into the summer, rainy season and potentially another season of locally-transmitted cases of Zika, preventing mosquito bites and taking other precautions will significantly reduce Zika infection.
Comprehensive Zika Response for Mothers & Children
As Zika arrived in the Western Hemisphere only recently, there is much we do not yet understand about the disease—including all there is to know about infectious periods and potential outcomes in children and in those with asymptomatic infections.
Zika Response Team
With the arrival of the Zika virus in South Florida last summer, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine immediately launched a new multidisciplinary clinical initiative to provide the best possible care for pregnant women and their babies.
UM Earns 4-Star LGBTQ Rating for Campus Inclusivity
The Campus Pride Index has ranked UM a 4-star university, making it one of just 17 universities in the South with a 4-star or higher rating.
Focus on the Barcelona Terrorist Attack
University of Miami hosts a panel discussion about the terrorist attack and remembers the victims from the area.
Data Science Computes Bright Futures for Miami’s At-Risk Youth
UM’s Center for Computational Science partnered with teens from Miami to prepare for careers in computational science.
AFROTC Members Recognized
Two members of the University of Miami ROTC Detachment receive top national recognition at a summer training exercise.
Cane Kickoff Welcomes Incoming Students to UM
The University of Miami welcomed students back with ‘Cane Kickoff, a week of events to introduce them to life as a Miami Hurricane.
Celestial Event Adds Flare to First Day of Classes
Students and faculty gathered at the Rock to catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse.
Under Construction: The Next Generation in On-Campus Housing
The University of Miami has embarked on an ambitious 10-year housing plan that will transform the student life experience into the 21st century.
Provost Jeffrey Duerk Is Here to Move the Needle
UM’s new chief academic officer holds some 40 patents, and in 2017 was inducted into the National Academy of Inventors.
All Aboard the Carbon Cruise
University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.
UM Names Vice President for Hemispheric and Global Affairs
María de Lourdes Dieck-Assad, a world-renowned economist and former ambassador, fills a new role for the University.
A New Journey Begins at the University of Miami for Dreamers
Through the U Dreamers program, DACA students find essential support as they pursue their college degrees, and a better future.
Emmi and Connor Talk About Summer Internships in NYC
UM students talk about their internships up north in a city that never sleeps.
In Memoriam: William W. Sandler, Jr.
Former University of Miami Dean of Students William W. ‘Bill’ Sandler, Jr. passed away on August 6 at the age of 83
Scientists Improve Forecast of Increasing Hazard on Ecuadorian Volcano
Researchers use a powerful technique known as Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar to show an increase in volcanic danger on Ecuador's Cotopaxi.
Building Trust from Trauma
UM’s First Star Academy supports foster care youth.
Mixing Sports and Music
Derrick Hardy shares his experience as a student in UOnline’s Master of Education in Sport Administration program.
Public Health: Awareness and Vector Control
UM researchers are tracking breeding grounds for mosquitoes and analyzing transmission rates and control programs.
Research: Searching for Answers
UM scientists and physicians are attacking the Zika virus on numerous research fronts.
Clinical Care: Progress Being Made
While progress has been made in many areas, many unknowns remain when dealing with Zika.
Student Health Service Information on Zika Virus
UM’s Student Health Service provides the latest health information on the Zika virus.
Eastern Airlines Archive Lands at UM
Recently donated to the University of Miami by the Eastern Airlines Retirees Association, the Eastern Airlines Archive is a treasure trove of photographs and other materials.
Bringing Attention to Mental Health and Bullying
Miss UM, sophomore Jessica Bayuk, has taken her own personal experiences with mental health and turned them into positive messages for others.
Dispatches from Abroad
Read the latest entries from UM students who are spending part or all of their summer visiting different countries across the world.
Empowering People through Technology
Global Sigma, a UM student organization founded by Harold Tapamo, has donated refurbished computers to Syrian refugee families living in Miami-Dade.
Fostering a Generation of Entrepreneurs
Looking back on 15 years of the University of Miami Business Plan Competition, hosted by the School of Business Administration.
The Data Machine
Value in the Era of Analytics
UM Student Brings Power of Writing to Opa-Locka
Summer Creative Writing Camp Inspires Young Writers to Release Their Emotions Onto the Page.
UM Names Andy Gomez Interim Director of ICCAS
Gomez, an expert on human values and attitudes in post-Castro Cuba, will serve as interim director of Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies effective August 15, 2017.
Munro Appointed UM School of Nursing Dean
The University of Miami announced the appointment of Cindy Munro as the new dean of the School of Nursing and Health Studies
JPMorgan Chase Expands Commitment to Affordable Housing in Miami
University of Miami’s Office of Civic and Community Engagement harnesses technology to seek affordable housing solutions through JPMorgan Chase-backed mapping tool, leadership training program.
Wonder Women of Science
UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.
Student Affairs Newbie Wins NASPA Outstanding New Professional Award
UM Student Affairs Advocacy Coordinator Heather Stevens has been awarded the William Leftwich Award for Outstanding New Professional in NASPA Region III.
Innovation Is a Contact Sport
President Julio Frenk makes the case for collaboration at eMerge Americas.
eMerge Americas Dissects Future of Innovation
UM College of Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet and alumnus Rony Abovitz share the stage in a discussion moderated by Knight Foundation’s Matt Haggman.
From Environmental Sensors to Climate-Proof Corals
UM showcases its technology initiatives and projects at eMerge Americas
A Hemispheric Partnership to Introduce Innovative Solutions
The University of Miami Center for Computational Science and the Fastrack Institute sign an agreement to address hemispheric challenges and implement solutions through big data and technologies.
University of Miami Stands with Paris Accord
UM President Julio Frenk signed onto a declaration in support of upholding pledges under the Paris Climate Agreement.
UM College of Engineering Establishes the CDR. and Mrs. Donald C. Pette Sr. Memorial Scholarship
Grandsons Gregory A. and Geoffrey A. Pette donated the scholarship in memory of their grandparents.
Rare Violin Honors a Rare Woman
In the prodigious hands of Frost School of Music violin student Miclen LaiPang, a 300-year-old Guarneri violin makes its University of Miami debut while honoring community leader, philanthropist, and education advocate Sue Miller.
Quelch Appointed Dean of UM’s School of Business Administration
John Quelch is an internationally recognized scholar on the marketing implications of globalization and a former dean of two international business schools.
Symposium Examines Health Effects of Climate Change
Experts weigh in on emerging health challenges associated with rising temperatures and other climatic conditions
UM Names Accomplished Academic and Inventor as New Provost
Jeffrey L. Duerk, dean of the School of Engineering at Case Western, has been named the new provost at UM.
Getting to the Heart of the Matter with Zika Infection
UM researchers are trying to answer whether there is a connection between Zika infection and heart-related issues.
Miller School Team Finds Sharp Rise in Zika Cases in Ecuador after 2016 Earthquake
UM Miller School of Medicine researchers found a sharp rise in Zika virus cases in northeast Ecuador after a devastating earthquake in April 2016.
Zika Virus was Introduced in South Florida Multiple Times in 2016
UM researchers collaborated with other renowned scientists to learn more about the first U.S. outbreak of the Zika virus in 2016.
Fantastic Photos
The Rosenstiel School annual photo competition captures stunning images of marine life from around the world.
Building Mental Toughness Off the Field
A new study reveals that mindfulness training, but not relaxation training, benefits college athletes' attention. Practice engagement and program adherence are key.
University of Miami President Julio Frenk Joins Mexico’s El Colegio Nacional
Frenk delivered his inaugural lecture Wednesday, officially joining the most prestigious group of Mexican intellectuals from all fields of science and the arts.
School of Communication Alumnus Named ABC Correspondent in Miami
Victor Oquendo, BSC ’09, is following in his parents’ footsteps.
Science as Diplomacy
The Rosenstiel School’s final lecture of the 2017 Sea Secrets series focused on using science diplomacy to bring marine science together in the U.S. and Cuba and was held at the new Frost Science Museum.
Scientists Study Atmospheric Waves Radiating out of Hurricanes
Researchers believe they have found a new way to monitor the intensity and location of hurricanes from hundreds of miles away by detecting atmospheric waves radiating from the centers of these powerful storms.
Special Report: 2017 Commencement
The University of Miami welcomed nearly 3,800 new graduates into the UM alumni family during six ceremonies at the Watsco Center this week.
Lessons for the Class of 2017
Speakers urge UM’s graduating students to use their skills and talents to make a difference.
Education Key to Making a Difference
Thursday’s graduate degree ceremony was the largest in UM history
School of Communication Graduate Nabs Job as Host of Morning Television Show
Even in high school Danny New had a strategy on how to be a television personality.
University of Miami Named One of America's Best Employers by Forbes
Independent survey reflects employee pride
Sarah Tricarico
With a career trajectory that included Pan Am flight attendant, non-traditional track nursing student accomplishes her dream career goal in only one year
Jeremy Penn
Student leader and activist unites the LGBTQ ‘Canes community to create positive change.
Calculating Canines
U Pup Co-President Lindsey Slavin graduates with one of her angels at her side.
Building Champions
Miami Hurricanes Athletics celebrates an historic groundbreaking ceremony for the Carol Soffer Football Indoor Practice Facility.
New UM Trustees Elected to Board
Eight new members of the University of Miami Board of Trustees were elected to terms on May 5.
UM Mourns Passing of 'Treasured Alumni Leader' Arthur Hertz
A senior member of the UM Board of Trustees, Hertz died on Wednesday at the age of 83.
Vikesh Patel
After four years of helping make the University of Miami an amazing experience for all students, he graduates with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Business Law.
Krystine Smith
U.S. Marine Veteran and Frost School of Music graduate to treat symptoms of PTSD with music therapy at the Miami VA Healthcare System.
Nicolas Delgado Alcega
The son of a designer and a systems engineer, he learned to love design and drawing at a young age in his native Venezuela.
Jacob Rudolph
UM’s first Point Scholar graduates with a degree in political science and minors in music, LGBTQ studies, and communication.
Adam White
The Phoenix native spent his summers building a sports business digital news outlet.
A.J. Skiera
Illinois native’s interest in public service and international affairs shaped by Model United Nations experience.
Roberto Efraín Díaz
California-bound da Vinci Scholar will pursue his Ph.D. in biochemistry.
Kierin Mukerjee
As a UM Foote Fellow, he was able to pursue various interests on a path outside of a traditional academic curriculum.
UM Signs on with American Talent Initiative
The growing alliance of public and private colleges and universities aims to enroll and graduate talented students regardless of socioeconomic status.
Sharing Advice on Bettering Our World
Six extraordinary people will speak at the spring commencement exercises May 10-12 at the Watsco Center on the Coral Gables campus.
Reed McDonough
The New Jersey native found an inclusive culture on UM’s campus.
Alina Zerpa
The first-generation college graduate and Miami native leaves her mark on commuter student life at the University of Miami.
Natalie Diala
The Houston native found her college experience transformed through her involvement with UM’s Butler Center for Service and Leadership.
Riva Trivedi
Trivedi shares a note to her fellow graduates.
Jeffrey Mark Pierce
The Law + Music joint degree student performs lead in UM’s "The Drowsy Chaperone"
Oliver Redsten
The graduating senior discusses his lifelong passion for journalism.
Zika Forum 2017: Ethics, Communication and Policymaking
Zika Forum focuses on ethics, communication and policymaking strategies.
UNIVEN Hosting Donation Boxes for Venezuela
The University of Miami student organization, UNIVEN, is collecting donations to send to those in need in Venezuela.
The U Honors Two of Its Angels
UM alumni Maurice R. Greenberg and Corinne P. Greenberg, Class of 1949, were recognized at the 2017 Alumni Awards Ceremony, hosted by the UM Alumni Association in New York City.
Remembering the Holocaust
UM marks Holocaust Remembrance Day with a reading of names and recollections of a survivor.
Truths and Answers about the Amazon
A recent paper argues that not only have researchers just scratched the surface of analyzing the Amazon, but the plots of land that are analyzed may have biases that are not accounted for.
Panel Assesses President Trump’s First 100 Days
The period of the first 100 days in office is a telling gauge for a president's full term in the White House.
In Her Shoes
UM students, staff and faculty join the worldwide march to end men’s violence against women.
Greek Week Raises Over $50,000 for Cerebral Palsy Awareness
Greek Week at the University of Miami is committed to raising money and awareness for United Cerebral Palsy.
A Question of Why
Carlos Bustamante, a Presidential Distinguished Scholar, kicked off his series of lectures about genetics, DNA and who we are.
Md Monzur Rabbi
Fulbright Scholarship helps Bangladesh lawyer realize dreams with International Arbitration LLM
UM Student Named Truman Scholar
Junior Kristiana Yao is the first named at UM in the last 33 years.
New Medical School Dean Named
Edward Abraham, M.D., has been named Dean of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, beginning July 1.
Denim Day at the U
UM community wears jeans in show of support for sexual assault awareness.
Annual Juried Student Art Show
The 2017 exhibition, at the University’s art gallery in Wynwood, features multiple mediums and showcases the talents of UM’s student artists.
Showing Our Colors for Pride
The University of Miami is celebrating Campus Pride Month with a colorful collection of events throughout April.
Population Geneticist Shares His Knowledge
Carlos D. Bustamante begins his tenure as a University of Miami Distinguished Presidential Scholar with lectures across the University.
Trainers Transform Lives
Whether looking to enhance strength, endurance, or quality of life, Herbert Wellness Center trainers are equipped to customize programming to fit an individual's needs.
UM Recognized for Voter Engagement by Campus Vote Project and NASPA
The University of Miami joins the ranks as one of 83 campuses in 23 states named “Voter-Friendly.”
University of Miami to Begin Phase 2 Zika Vaccine Trial
Multi-site study will evaluate NIH’s experimental DNA vaccine.
University of Miami to Begin Phase 2 Zika Vaccine Trial
Multi-site study will evaluate NIH’s experimental DNA vaccine.
Opening Doors for UM’s Newest Canes
Housing and Residential Life’s program for freshmen residents ensures first-year students immediately engage with campus resources.
A Winning Team
A new scholarship provided by Payless ShoeSource enables a student from the Caribbean to attend UM.
Greg Norman and Alex Rodriguez Offer Tips for Success at UM Sport Industry Conference
More than 250 participants met at the UM Fieldhouse at the Watsco Center to learn more from industry experts.
CHAMPION! Dinsmore Wins Platform at NCAA Championships
Redshirt freshman diver David Dinsmore won the NCAA national championship in the men’s 10-meter platform at the 2017 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Winning Big
UM junior Gina Panarese was surprised on campus Thursday by the Ellen DeGeneres show and asked to participate in Ellen’s “Cash at Your Car” segment.
How Female Business Leaders Succeed
A conversation with Belén Garijo and Felicia Marie Knaul.
University of Miami Names New COO
Nova Southeastern University’s Jacqueline A. Travisano will be UM’s Executive Vice President for Business and Finance and Chief Operating Officer.
UM Selects Investment Advisory Firm
U.S. Trust will provide advisory services for UM’s long-term growth portfolio.
Revealing His Soul
Sir James Galway, Distinguished Presidential Scholar, inspires flute students with his artistry and masterful teaching.
#BlackLivesMatter Co-Founder Urges Students to Make a Difference
Activist and community organizer Alicia Garza stresses the need for a richness of ideas to help solve society’s problems.
Sub-Second System Seizures
UM physicist studies the unexpected consequences of sub-second delays on fast-moving data systems
James Galway Named Presidential Scholar
The world renown flautist joins the Frost School of Music
Science and Art Weave a Story on Climate Change
A fluid multi-platform exhibition examines the impacts of climate change through art, research, media, and curated archival items at UM’s Richter Library.
UM’s Rosetta Stone
A unique program in the College of Arts and Sciences provides students the opportunity to learn languages not offered in course catalogs.
Bringing History to Life
UTrailblazers honors UM’s first black graduates and champions of integration and taps into priceless personal histories of life on campus in the 1960s and 1970s.
University Reaffirms Support of Transgender Community
The University of Miami continues to encourage students, faculty, staff, and visitors on campus to use bathrooms and facilities that correspond with their gender identity.
Engineering Power
A highlight of National Engineers Week is inviting high school girls to UM to discover how analytical thinking and critical reasoning are skills each engineer needs to succeed.
Toppel Career Center Recognizes Career Champions
Members of the University of Miami community and UM partners recognize those who support career readiness with the Toppel Awards.
A Personal Fight Against Prejudice
In a lecture presentation at UM Hillel, a former skinhead shared his inspirational story of overcoming a life of hatred and violence.
4th Annual ‘Drag Out’, Raises Money for local LGBTQ Youth Charity
Drag Out, an annual event sponsored by the student organization SpectrUM, brings attention to the LGBTQ community through a lively drag show fundraiser.
Innovators for the Americas: Striving to Solve Some of Latin America’s Pressing Issues
Five international teams develop, present and defend business plans, leveraging their entrepreneurial and technological expertise along with the help of UM and in-country Latin American business professors.
UM’s School of Business Administration Announces Gift from New York Yankees All-Star Alex Rodriguez
The $500,000 gift will enhance curriculum for pro athletes and others earning MBAs at the University of Miami.
Mothers and Infants Connect Through Song
Research from the Frost School of Music provides insight into the importance of song for both mothers and infants.
UM’s First Black Graduates Recall Triumphs over Adversity
Trailblazing students, who are being honored this month by UM, look back at the early days of desegregation.
A Call for Stronger Democracy in Latin America
Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe guest lectured to students enrolled in UM’s Executive MBA en Español program.
The College and the Arts
The College of Arts and Sciences showcases a wide breadth of art forms, from theatre to painting to photography, that feature work by students, faculty, staff, and the global community.
Maker Faire Miami
U-SoA and RAD-UM are proud organizers of the Maker Faire Miami event, April 8-9th, in partnership with Miami Dade College, MANO and Maker Media!
UM Celebrates the Year of the Rooster
Lunar New Year celebration on the Lakeside Patio features themed booths, food, and performances
Illuminating ‘Moonlight’
A screening at the Cosford gives UM President Julio Frenk an opportunity to talk to one of the creative forces behind the Academy Award-nominated ‘Moonlight.’
UM’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Sees Rapid Growth
OLLI offers more than 50 classes to seniors who want to remain active in mind and body.
Alumnus Uses Business Skills to Launch Charity
A crowdfunding program called Seed Out has helped dozens of entrepreneurs with their business enterprises.
Muslim Ban Teach-In Dissects Presidential Executive Order
Yale law professor spoke about the national proliferation of lawyers defending people denied entry at airports.
Two University of Miami History Professors Awarded NEH Fellowships
The UM fellowships were among $16.3 million in grants awarded nationwide by the National Endowment for the Humanities for 290 projects.
UM Announces Support for DACA Students and Employees
The University of Miami is committed to providing its students, faculty, and staff of all nationalities and citizenship status with opportunities to nurture their talents and achieve their goals.
Students Honor MLK with a Day of Service
More than 100 UM students re-seed a community garden and package meals for needy families.
Bringing Tolerance into the Conversation
UM’s ninth Tunnel of Oppression, sponsored by the Butler Center for Service and Leadership, aims to create awareness around different forms of oppression.
Internationally Significant Collection Donated to UM, MDC
UM’s share of the Kislak materials - valued at $20 million - will become part of the Richter Library’s Special Collections Division.
Poisoning A River of Grass
Due to a variety of factors, toxic algal blooms are an added threat to the unique Everglades ecosystem.
Creation of the Frost Institutes for Science and Engineering
UM’s public commitment to enhance the preeminence of Miami as a leader in scientific inquiry and innovation.
UM Junior Selected to Inaugural Student Advisory Board
Stefanie Rodriguez, a political science major, has been selected to the Campus Vote Project’s inaugural Student Advisory Board.
Cuba Water Hassles
An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.
UM Students Host Social Justice Week
This year’s programming aims to spread awareness of the various injustices that affect the campus, local, and global community.
It All Adds Up
UM’s Mathematics Department is involved in research that cuts across disciplines and real-world issues – sometimes with a hemispheric focus.
A Recreation of the Real World
An interdisciplinary approach at the University of Miami is using drones and new mapping technologies to view historic buildings in 3-D.
Spotlight on Coral Bleaching
New high-resolution model predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation.
UM and Marcus Lemonis Announce "Match Marcus" Campaign
UM Athletics, in partnership with Miami native and the star of CNBC show “The Profit”, Marcus Lemonis, announced the 'Match Marcus' fundraising campaign for Student-Athlete Excellence.
Student-Managed Investment Fund Yields More Than Dividends
Five years since the Cat 5 Student Managed Investment Fund was created, many of the Fund’s students have started their careers in equity research and investment management.
School of Business Guiding CIBER on the Roadmap to Hemispheric Innovation
Although UM’s Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER) is based at the School of Business, students studying all disciplines and at all levels can participate.
Mapping Informality
Mixing activism with architecture, two University of Miami professors use drones and face-to-face encounters with locals to map informal cities in Latin America.
Commencement Address
Remarks by Donna E. Shalala at the University of Miami fall commencement on Thursday, December 15, 2016.
Former UM President Donna Shalala Honored at Fall Commencement
An estimated 975 students received newly minted degrees at the largest fall graduation ceremony in UM’s history.
Unique Adaptations Help Ducks Thrive in the Andes
An international group of biologists discover how torrent ducks manage to thrive in low-oxygen environments.
Prestigious Paths Followed
UM’s Office of Prestigious Awards & Fellowships helped place 23 students in competitive programs, nationally and abroad, during the past year.
UM Receives $1M Grant for Lifelong Learning
The gift from The Bernard Osher Foundation is the second endowment grant awarded to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM.
Pedestrian Bridge Installed Over US 1
Early Saturday morning, the bridge was raised over U.S. 1 to link the east side of the highway with the Metrorail station.
Holiday Toy Selection for Children with Autism
University of Miami experts share tips for parents and families when selecting holiday toys for children on the Autism Spectrum.
UMIA Celebrates New Name and New Home
With welcome remarks from Director Dr. Felicia Marie Knaul, Dean Leonidas Bachas, and President Julio Frenk, the Pick Hall location of the institute was officially inaugurated to become a research hub of the University on hemispheric issues.
Dreamers in Miami-Dade County Can Pursue Their Passions at UM
Qualified high school students in Miami-Dade may be eligible for full tuition funding through the new need-based program.
Cuba Experts Agree Trump Likely to Undo Obama's Rapprochement
The panel of experts met at Casa Bacardi before a large audience of academics and community members.
Festival Miami: The Impact Beyond the Orchestra
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter-pianist Bruce Hornsby performs with fellow UM Frost School of Music alumnus and bassist Chris Croce on February 4 at Festival Miami.
Designing a Resilient South Florida
Hosted by the University of Miami School of Architecture, teams of experts, students, and local policy leaders presented solutions to adapt to climate change.
‘Sinking City’ Showcases Diverse Voices
The new online literary journal published by graduate students hopes to drive conversations about the environment and other important issues.
New Needle Exchange Program Launches on World AIDS Day
The UM-led program is just the latest in the University’s arsenal of work and research to fight HIV/AIDS.
How Castro Shaped Cuban Identity and What His Death Means to those Exiled
Editor’s note: This article first appeared in The Conversation US on December 1, 2016.
The University of Miami Earns the State Title for Service to Local Communities
The University of Miami was honored with Florida Compact's Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Engaged Campus Special Award.
A Cause for Celebration
The Lennar Foundation Medical Center dazzles in its debut on the Coral Gables campus.
Boxing Paintings to Display During Art Basel
Painting by UM alumnus Runcie Tatnall will be on display at Fight Club in Wynwood during the Art Basel Miami.
Nursing Scientist Anne Norris Named Interim Dean
Anne Norris, associate dean for the Ph.D. program and professor in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, has been named interim dean of the school, effective January 3, 2017.
International Thanksgiving Helps Bridge Cultural Divides
IEP students showcase the cuisine and culture of their homelands
Brain Pattern Flexibility and Behavior
Researchers analyzed how brain regions are connected to each other in a way that facilitates high-level cognitive processing.
UM Alumnus Named to White House Post
A graduate of Miami Law, Reince Priebus was named chief of staff for President-elect Donald J. Trump.
Student-Athlete Success
University of Miami student-athletes posted a Graduation Success Rate of 90 percent, above the national average of 84 percent.
UM Hillel Celebrates 75 Years of Jewish Culture and Belonging on Campus
Guests and students joined UM Hillel to celebrate past achievements and raise awareness of future endeavors.
Election Night Takes Campus by Storm
The University of Miami hosted two watch parties on campus where students were encouraged to support their candidates as the election unfolded.
Susan Miller Passes Away
Philanthropist, community advocate, and friend of the University of Miami, Sue Miller championed causes that touched many lives.
A Major Ocean Current Is Widening as Climate Warms
A UM Rosenstiel School Agulhas Current study has important implications for global climate.
McCraney Gives Miami Voices Their Close-Up
A professor of theatre and civic engagement and playwright whose work inspired the film Moonlight, Tarell Alvin McCraney nurtures Miami’s homegrown artistic talent.
Making a Difference
UM student, award-winning community activist Monica Bustinza shares her experience of leading Get Out the Vote.
The Beauty of Blogging
UM alumna and award-winning blogger Patrice Grell Yursik, also known as Afrobella, is back to talk to students as part of the USpeak program at Books & Books.
Climate Change Puts Focus on Miami
UM climate researchers are featured in the Emmy Award-winning National Geographic series Years of Living Dangerously.
London Career Crawl
The Toppel Career Center’s Crawl Program lets students experience career paths in cities of interest.
Forum Spotlights Relevant Issues
A three-day conference hosted by the University of Miami and Florida International University examined the critical issues of climate change, sustainability and energy security.
Could a Pill Treat Concussions?
A $16 million grant to UM will fund cannabinoid research in hopes of discovering the first real treatment option for concussions.
U PUP’s Founding Father Heads to Grad School, Leaves His Legacy in Good Paws
Trenton, U PUP’s first graduate, is passing the leash to his successor, Dolce, and more than 150 members of the University’s new service club dedicated to raising canine companions for people with disabilities.
The Power to Tell a Story
Cuban journalist Yoani Sánchez, the newly named UM Distinguished Presidential Fellow, spoke about challenges faced by reporters and the state of an independent media in Cuba.
UM Launches New Business Certificate Program for Public Health Workforce
UM’s School of Business Administration and Miller School of Medicine partner with the de Beaumont Foundation to launch interdisciplinary BEAM program.
University Communications Recognized for Excellence
Projects created by University Communications – from newsletters to dedicated websites – win awards from global marketing association.
Networking For Careers on Wall Street
The Bermont/Carlin Scholars Program provides a glimpse into the talent that is being nurtured at UM’s School of Business Administration.
First Distinguished Presidential Fellow Named
Yoani Sanchez, Cuban independent journalist and brazen defender of free speech named.
A Nation’s Crisis Hits Home
Venezuelan students at UM follow daily news reports on their embattled country, and worry about friends and family still living there.
The University of Miami is Now 90 Years Strong
Ninety years ago today, a mere 30 days after the storm, the University of Miami welcomed its first class of 646 full-time students.
Helping Those Impacted by Hurricane Matthew
University of Miami students, doctors pull resources together for aid and relief efforts.
UM Trustee Donates ‘Exhilarating’ Music Treasures to Weeks Library
Alfred Camner, and his family, have made a donation to the University of rare and valuable scores composed by musical giants.
Student Organizations Make an Impact
UM students and staff share thoughts on how student organizations better student life on campus and themselves.
UM Ranked High in Inaugural Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings
University ranks 37th out of over 1,000 institutions, scoring high marks in engagement and student diversity.
Miami Announces the Watsco Center
The University of Miami announced the naming of its multi-purpose entertainment facility as the Watsco Center.
Forum Focuses on Bridging the Women’s Cancer Divide
Clinicians, health systems experts, and advocates gathered at the University of Miami to improve the care of Latin American and Caribbean women who are dying form preventable and treatable cancers.
Hurricane Matthew – Advisory 6
All of the University of Miami campuses have been surveyed for damage, and conditions are safe for movement on each campus.
Other UM Information Regarding Hurricane Matthew
Below you will find information pertaining to Hurricane Matthew and the impact the storm may have on the University of Miami and surrounding area.
Leonardo DiCaprio Screens His Epic Film on Climate Change at UM
During a Q&A moderated by the actor, a panel that included UM scientist Kenny Broad warned of the disastrous consequences from climate change.
A Unique Cultural Perspective
A love of language, literature and theater brings the first Cuban student in decades on a student visa to UM for her doctoral studies.
Safety Fair Aims to Inform Students of Available Resources
The University of Miami Police Department and the Florida Department of Transportation hosted a full day of informational tips, games and giveaways at the annual Safety Fair / ‘Put it Down Campaign Kick-Off at the Rock Plaza.
Miller School Researchers Helped Monitor for Zika During Rio Olympic Games
Public health officials reported no cases of Zika virus infection in Rio de Janeiro during the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Zika Just the Latest Pathogen to Emerge
Globalization, increased travel, and climate change are all contributing to the spread of vector-borne diseases.
UM Hosts Panel Discussion on Zika
Forum addresses research priorities, clinical care, and public health challenges of the virus.
UM Experts Testify at Miami Beach Hearing
University clinicians and researchers urge a proactive approach to controlling the Zika virus.
UM Named Member of NSF-funded Consortium for Advancing Research Computing Practices
The National Science Foundation has awarded a consortium of 28 universities, which includes the University of Miami, a $750,000 grant to fund a Research Coordination Network.
UM Named Member of MetroLab Network Consortium
The partnership between local governments and universities allows members to research, develop and deploy solutions to address challenges faced by urban areas.
‘Women’s Cancers in the Americas’
In a first of its kind symposium, health experts explore ways to help women in Latin America fight breast and cervical cancer.
Discovering the Unknown About Turtles
UM researchers study a unique ecology in coastal Colombia that hosts large numbers of sea turtles during a growth period that has remained a mystery to experts.
Celebrating the U’s Magnetic Pull
UM President Julio Frenk opens the University’s ‘We are One U’ tour in the Big Apple.
UM’s Elvira Maria Restrepo Helps Colombia Heal
As Colombia votes on its historic agreement with the FARC rebels, the assistant professor of geography and regional studies lays the foundation for societal reconciliation.
Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election
UM experts and scholars provide insights into the presidential debates and other topics influencing the upcoming presidential election.
Commemorating Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Pink Powder, an exhibit of renowned works from the de la Cruz Collection, is now on display at the Richter Library.
UM Students Conceive and Pursue Eco-Friendly Projects
Passionate, professional, and driven ECO Agency members pursue the same goal: to make the U more sustainable.
University of Miami Issues Statement on Milo Yiannopoulos
Xbox Case Under Review by Supreme Court
A Miami Law class action expert analyzes Microsoft v. Baker case in inaugural Cert Talk, the law school’s lecture series.
Tips on Watching Clinton-Trump Debate
UM debate expert David Steinberg advises viewers to take notes during the debate and fact-check statements that do not sound credible.
Peru’s President Brings Hemispheric Vision to UM
Peruvian economy highlighted in annual Americas Conference, focusing on the future of Latin America.
FDA Commissioner Sees a Future Where Gene-Editing Will Cure Disease
Robert M. Califf delivers keynote address at UM-sponsored clinical trials symposium
UM Experts Testify at Miami Beach Hearing
University clinicians and researchers urge a proactive approach to controlling the Zika virus.
Wearing Their Stories
Members of the UM community shared personal stories that inspire them daily at the recent Dear World event.
UM Among Leaders in Least Student Debt
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Miami one of the top-tier research universities graduating students with the least amount of debt.
UM Scientists Conduct “Drift Card” Experiment in Biscayne Bay
Miami’s community joins together to minimize water pollution
UM Hosts ‘Reflections After 15 Years’
Members of the UM community gathered at the Rock Plaza to remember the victims of the 9/11 terrorism attacks.
’Cane Talk Reveals Links between Big Data and Terrorism
Fifteen years after the twin towers fell, Physics Professor Neil Johnson is changing the way the world looks at how future attacks could be prevented.
The Future of Ph.D.’s
University of Miami UGrow fellowship keeps Ph.D. students ahead of trends when seeking careers.
UM Hosts Panel Discussion on Zika
Forum addresses research priorities, clinical care, and public health challenges of the virus
UM Experts Discuss Zika
A panel discussion focusing on efforts to understand the Zika virus.
Zika Just the Latest Pathogen to Emerge
Globalization, increased travel, and climate change are all contributing to the spread of vector-borne diseases.
Campeche and UM Join Hands to Improve Public Health
The agreement establishes collaboration in training, clinical and research initiatives
UM Weaves Many Cultural Threads into a Fabric of Belonging
UM is weaving new patterns of engagement to ensure all identities feel connected to its cultural tapestry.
UM Welcomes Class of 2020 Stamps Scholars
UM students awarded prestigious Stamps Scholarships
Contagion in Popular Places: From Zika to Political Extremism
UM researchers show how human movement through popular places shapes outbreaks.
Zeroing in on Zika
The University of Miami focuses its medical might on the Zika virus through research, treatment and education.
Outreach in the Community
First-year and transfer students dedicate their Saturday to volunteerism, service in the local Miami community.
The Beauty of the Bowl
UM Libraries is featuring a student-curated exhibit on the rich history of the Orange Bowl, home to the Hurricanes for decades.
Reportajes peligrosos: Cómo sobreviven los periodistas en México
Un estudio inédito realizado por un profesor de la Universidad de Miami y otros analizó las tácticas que utilizan los periodistas mexicanos para evitar que los maten por el tipo de cobertura que dan a ciertos casos.
University Monitoring Invest 99L
The storm has the potential to intensify, and the University’s Crisis Decision Team will continue to monitor and assess the situation over the coming days.
Dangerous Assignments: How Journalists Stay Alive in Mexico
A first-of-its-kind study by a University of Miami professor and others has examined the tactics used by Mexican journalists to avoid being killed due to the stories they cover.
2016 Elections Course Brings ‘Living History’ to Students
As the first guest speaker, U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen urged the class to register for the Nov. 8 election
Zeroing in on Zika
The University of Miami focuses its medical might on the Zika virus through research, treatment and education.
Update on Zika Virus and UM Preparedness Actions
Advisory No. 3 - August 23, 2016
Indian Cinema in Miami
UM filmmakers' unusual experiment produces a love story for the world.
UM Campus Awakens as Students Move In
Thousands of students move into the residential colleges as a new academic year begins
Salzburg in the Summer
Students in the UM Frost School of Music are participating in a study abroad program in Salzburg, Austria.
Election Course Features Frontline Perspectives
From the Pillars of Democracy to the Dynamic Presidential Race, Election Course Offers an Engaging Curriculum for UM Students
Olympic Silver
UM alumnus Sam Dorman, MAE ’14, teamed up with Michael Hixon to win a silver medal in the synchronized 3-meter springboard event at the 2016 Games.
Fishing for an LL.M. in Maritime Law
The Bait to Retool Career and Land Veteran Lawyer in New Sea
Surgical Residents Score Wins as Medical Volunteers in Rio
Sarah Eidelson and Charles Karcutskie, general surgery residents at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, volunteer at the games.
New Director of LGBTQ Student Center On Board
Van Bailey, the former director of BGLTQ Student Life at Harvard College, is the new inaugural director at UM.
GIS Mapping Aims to Improve Health Care Access for Older Adults
A UM geographer teamed up with geriatricians and other geographers to conduct the first age-adjusted analysis of socially and medically vulnerable older adults in South Florida.
Reflections on Rio and the 2016 Olympics
UM experts reflect on issues occurring in Rio de Janeiro as the 2016 Summer Olympics play out from August 5 to August 21.
Stunning Art at Shops at Sunset Place
Izia Lindsay, UM Department of Art and Art History graduate student, brought the entrance to Sunset Place alive with a tropical-themed art.
UHealth Physicians Join Medical Team in Rio
UHealth in Rio - Part 1
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute Launches Dynamic New Master’s Degree
World’s first master’s program in vision science and ophthalmology
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority Selected for Diamond Chapter Award
The University of Miami Chapter of Sigma Delta Tau, Alpha Mu, was selected as one of nine chapters to be honored with the Diamond Chapter Award.
An Extraordinary Patient Experience
An Advance Look at UHealth Coral Gables in The Lennar Foundation Medical Center
From Black Holes to Dark Matter
UM physicist helps develop a space telescope to study the secrets of the cosmos.
VONA/Voices Provides Safe Space for Writers of Color
The annual conference at UM nurtures voices that open minds and deepen human understanding.
The Miami Hurricane Honored
The heralded student newspaper took home 10 SPJ Florida Sunshine State Awards, including nine first place finishes.
NFL Players ‘Prepare for Life after Football’
More than 30 current and former NFL players graduated from the new Miami Executive M.B.A. for Artists and Athletes program.
Global Competition
The RoboCanes, a team of autonomous, soccer-playing robots developed by students and faculty, reached new heights at the 2016 RoboCup Championship in Germany.
Examining the Role of Women in Extreme Networks Such as ISIS
A UM study reveals that although women remain under the radar in terrorist organizations, they hold the networks together.
Embracing Community Service
More than 12,500 UM students recorded 157,489 hours of community service in the 2014-2015 academic year.
15 Things to Know About the School of Business Today
Business Magazine presents interesting factoids describing UM's School of Business Administration today.
Doing the Math on Zika and Sex
In a first-of-its-kind study, UM researchers created a mathematical model in an attempt to determine how much of a role sexual transmission plays in the spread and control of Zika.
Researchers Employ Multiple Disciplines in Study of Vector-Borne Diseases
Mathematics, geography and public health science experts unite to study vector-borne diseases such as Zika.
Cuban Dissident Condemns Obama During UM Visit
In his first trip outside of Cuba, Oscar Elias Biscet received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from former President George W. Bush and the keys to Coral Gables from Mayor James Cason, formerly the chief U.S. diplomat in Cuba.
Doing the Math on Zika and Sex
In a first-of-its-kind study, UM researchers created a mathematical model in an attempt to determine how much of a role sexual transmission plays in the spread and control of Zika.
Researchers Employ Multiple Disciplines in Study of Vector-Borne Diseases
‘Witch Doctors’ Flex Skills on BattleBots
Most witch doctors believe in healing, but this Witch Doctor, designed by a team that includes two alumni, will be bent on maiming, scorching, and annihilating other robots.
UM Science Kicks Off Shark Week
Highly anticipated Discovery Channel program highlights shark research by UM’s Neil Hammerschlag.
Conference Spotlights ‘Other C02 Problem’
Forum aimed to raise awareness about ocean acidification, an invisible threat to Florida’s coral reefs, fisheries, and tourism economy.
Analyzing How ISIS Recruits Through Social Media
UM researchers apply the laws of physics to study how terrorist support groups grow online, and how law enforcement can track activities.
Omaha Bound
The Hurricanes will be featured in the College World Series for the second straight season, and the 25th time in program history. Games begin June 18.
Next Stop, Super Regional
Next up for the third-seeded Hurricanes is an NCAA Super Regional beginning this weekend at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.
The Road to Omaha Runs through Miami
Aiming for a fifth College World Series title, the third-seeded Hurricanes host NCAA Baseball's Coral Gables Regional.