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The Office of Financial Assistance’s Joanne Brown received the Division of Student Affairs' “Unsung Hero” Laurel Award for the often-unrecognized impact she makes on the student experience.

Showing Our Colors for Pride

The University of Miami is celebrating Campus Pride Month with a colorful collection of events throughout April.

Faculty Senates Honors the Best of the Best

During her 35 years at UM, Dr. Patricia A. Whitely, vice president for student affairs, has made countless contributions to the lives of students, their parents, faculty, staff, and those she has mentored.

UM Recognized for Voter Engagement by Campus Vote Project and NASPA

The University of Miami joins the ranks as one of 83 campuses in 23 states named “Voter-Friendly.”

Safe Spring Break programming provides students practical advice for staying safe

Safe Spring Break is a collaborative, annual initiative spearheaded by PIER 21 and supported by various offices across the university.

Opening Doors for UM’s Newest Canes

Housing and Residential Life’s program for freshmen residents ensures first-year students immediately engage with campus resources.

Trainers Transform Lives

Whether looking to enhance strength, endurance, or quality of life, Herbert Wellness Center trainers are equipped to customize programming to fit an individual's needs.

#BlackLivesMatter Co-Founder Urges Students to Make a Difference

Activist and community organizer Alicia Garza stresses the need for a richness of ideas to help solve society’s problems.

Twenty years of senior reflections at UM

Dr. Patricia A. Whitely facilitates in the evenings with the intention of ending her day with some time to think and remember how important and valuable her work is, but also to provide students a break between the rigors of the day before they often go on to complete homework and assignments.

University Reaffirms Support of Transgender Community

The University of Miami continues to encourage students, faculty, staff, and visitors on campus to use bathrooms and facilities that correspond with their gender identity.

4th Annual ‘Drag Out’, Raises Money for local LGBTQ Youth Charity

Drag Out, an annual event sponsored by the student organization SpectrUM, brings attention to the LGBTQ community through a lively drag show fundraiser.

UM student leaders engage with peers from across the state

Much like academic symposia or professional association conferences, the Florida Resident Assistant Seminar (FRAS) brings together more than 350 student resident assistants (RAs) from more than two dozen schools across the state to engage in a variety of programs designed for student participants to share ideas and best practices from their own institutions.

UM Celebrates the Year of the Rooster

Lunar New Year celebration on the Lakeside Patio features themed booths, food, and performances

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