Approximately 270 UM students converted oil drums into trash bins, removed graffiti, spread mulch, and helped organize a Little Haiti thrift shop.


Diabetes Research Institute Successfully Transplants First Patient in BioHub Trial

The Diabetes Research Institute has successfully tested a novel technique in its FDA-approved clinical trial for transplanting insulin-producing cells.


Launch Pad Celebrates Seven Years of Empowering Decision-Makers

The first-of-its kind resource center for budding entrepreneurs has evolved nearly 300 ideas into start-up companies.


A New Twist on an Old Tradition

President’s New Student Picnic held on University Center Patio and Foote Green


Newmans Outfit Band of the Hour

Alumna Judi Prokop Newman and her husband, Robert Newman, made a major gift this summer to provide the Band of the Hour new uniforms and marching band instruments.


Tropical Storm Erika – Final Advisory

Tropical Storm Erika has dissipated into a trough of low pressure and is no longer an organized storm. All operations on all campuses throughout the University are normal.


NSF Awards $12 Million to Establish Urban Water Sustainability Research Network

UM Rosenstiel School scientists are part of multidisciplinary research team


Ocean Scientist Breaks Freediving Record

UM Rosenstiel School Professor Clair Paris freedives as part of her scientific research.


Cyber Civil Rights Initiative Joins Miami Law

The Initiative, which offers opportunities for law students and other university students eager to apply their professional skills to a cutting-edge issue with real-world implications, recently settled into a new home at Miami Law.



Class of 2019 Moves In

Students, and the presidential family, get acclimated to their new home.


Still Undefeated

UM student Courtney “CJ” Jackson added yet another knockout to his record in his latest boxing match in Miami.



Looking and Listening

President Julio Frenk spends his first day talking with students and parents as he visited several areas of the Gables campus.


The Rhythm of the Remedy

Frost School alumna Stephanie Epstein mends through music at Jackson’s Holtz Children’s Hospital.



Starting at the U

The Julio Frenk era begins as the University of Miami’s sixth president takes the helm.


Voice and Politics

A study shows that a candidate’s voice tone could influence whether they win an election.


Health Concerns in Beach Sand

UM researcher and international team of scientists author landmark paper for monitoring beach sand to safeguard human health.



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