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An interdisciplinary approach at the University of Miami is using drones and new mapping technologies to view historic buildings in 3-D.


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.

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.

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.


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.

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.


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.


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.


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.



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.

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.


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.

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.



University Communications Recognized for Excellence

Projects created by University Communications – from newsletters to dedicated websites – win awards from global marketing association.

University Communications Recognized for Excellence

Projects created by University Communications – from newsletters to dedicated websites – win awards from global marketing association.


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.

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.



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.

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.

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.


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.

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.


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@univmiami - Jan 21
Experience DJ Mark Farina's distinctive style of mixing jazz, downtempo & house music live 1/21 at #UMFestivalMiami… https://t.co/DEEftiozpi



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