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Stefanie Rodriguez, a political science major, has been selected to the Campus Vote Project’s inaugural Student Advisory Board.


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.

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.

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.


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.

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.


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.


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.


Prestigious Paths Followed

UM’s Office of Prestigious Awards & Fellowships helped place 23 students in competitive programs, nationally and abroad, during the past year.


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 grant.

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 grant.


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.

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.

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.

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.

‘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.

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.

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.


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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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