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In 2015, Dean el-Khoury initiated U-Serve, a day of service, dedicated to the community.

Resilience, Adaption, and Ethics Take the Climate Change Stage

In a panel discussion on climate change coordinated by Harvard University’s Jesse M. Keenan and held at the University of Miami, panelists unearthed diverse and complex ethical challenges that architects, designers, real estate developers, and the community at large will face as sea levels rise.

NAAB Accreditation Team Visits UMSoA

A visiting team from the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) will be at UMSoA, through Wednesday March 1st.


Delft & UMSoA

February 8, 2017, marked an important moment in UMSoA’s effort to proactively address sea-level rise.

Design/Build Students create UMSoA’s first mobile Chicken Coop

The Design/Build (Fall 2016) students hard work payed off in the creation of the UMSOA’s first mobile Chicken Coop. 


SoA Design Studio Travels to Santiago de Cuba

UMSoA and the CCS (Center for Computational Science @ UM) travelled to Santiago de Cuba to study and document the Church of Santa Lucia, one of 12 churches designated to the World Monuments Fund.

Maker Faire Miami

SoA and RAD-UM are proud organizers of the Maker Faire Miami event, April 8-9th, in partnership with Miami Dade College, MANO and Maker Media!


Victor Deupi, Professor at SoA

Is the Newly-Elected President of the CINTAS Foundation.


Professors Cure and Penabad Make the News @ Arch Daily!!

Professor Cure and Penabad were both featured in Arch Daily.


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.


SoA 10th anniversary Golf Tournament

UMSoA hosts it's 10th anniversary Golf Tournament.


Cuban Architects at Home and in Exile: The Modernist Generation

The University of Miami School of Architecture presents the exhibition, Cuban Architects at Home and in Exile: The Modernist Generation co-curated by Professors Victor Deupi and Jean-François Lejeune at The Coral Gables Museum.


A New Focus on Haiti

UM professors will present their report on a "roadmap for change" in the Arcahaie region of Haiti following the 2010 earthquake.

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