A UM study shows how the manipulation of two genes plays a role in the development of Autism Spectrum Disorder.


UM-Based Cooperative Receives $125 Million

UM-based ten-member research consortium provides increased understanding of the oceans and atmosphere


Baseball Earns One of Eight National Seeds

The University of Miami earned the No. 5 national seed and will begin postseason play this weekend at the Coral Gables Regional vs. No. 4 FIU.


Studying Abroad

A record-high nine UM students are selected to receive Fulbright scholarships to study in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.


Wagner’s NCAA Singles Run Ends in Semifinals

Stephanie Wagner of the Miami women's tennis team fell to Jamie Loeb in the semifinals of the NCAA Singles Championship Sunday at Baylor's Hurd Tennis.


Rock Steady

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Cements His Stardom in Hollywood


Seeking a Competitive Edge

Alice Vilma, a Morgan Stanley executive, advises new alums to grow networks, use available resources, and “push the bar higher.”


Eighth-Inning Rally Propels Baseball to 9-5 W

Miami opened its run at the 2015 ACC Baseball Championship in thrilling fashion Wednesday afternoon, erasing a late deficit to take a 9-5 win.


Adapting Stephen King for Film

UM Motion Picture students are adapting Stephen King’s 9/11 story for the silver screen.



NERDLab Game is Unsavory

The downloadable game sheds light on restaurant workers who don’t receive paid sick days.


UM Surpasses $1.6 Billion M2 Goal

A $55 million “breakthrough” gift from the Miller family lifted the University of Miami over its goal – more than a year ahead of schedule.



Baseball to Open ACC Championship Wednesday

Second-seeded Miami will open play at the 2015 ACC Baseball Championship on Wednesday at 3 p.m. against the winner of a Tuesday play-in game...


RoboCanes Win RoboCup US Open 2015

UM students had a strong showing in the first of three events leading up to the annual World Championships, which will be held in China.




Brain Gain

The field of neuroscience explores the fundamental questions related to brain, behavior, and neurological disorders.


Students Earn Scholarships from The Villagers

Three UM School of Architecture students have been awarded scholarships by The Villagers, a local group dedicated to restoration and preservation in the Greater Miami area.



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