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Looking back on 15 years of the University of Miami Business Plan Competition, hosted by the School of Business Administration.


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.

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.

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.


The Data Machine

Value in the Era of Analytics

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.


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