From student publications to student-led programs, 2023-2024 proved to be a stellar year recognizing ’Canes excellence.
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An award-winning year for the School of Communication

From student publications to student-led programs, 2023-2024 proved to be a stellar year recognizing ’Canes excellence.

An award-winning year for the School of Communication

From student publications to student-led programs, 2023-2024 proved to be a stellar year recognizing ’Canes excellence.

Making waves

As part of a commitment to help protect coastal communities and marine life, Rosenstiel School doctoral student Peisen Tan studies the dynamics of waves powered for storms.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/making-waves.html


Water as ‘a pillar of modern society’

A looming water crisis in southern Mexico is just one of an increasing number of water shortages occurring around the globe, posing enormous challenges for governments.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/water-as-a-pillar-of-modern-society.html


New group of University scholars join Bouchet Honor Society

Based at Yale University, the organization honors faculty members and students who identify as part of an underrepresented community, or whose research focuses on underserved communities.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/new-group-of-university-scholars-join-bouchet-honor-society.html



Advancing excellence top priority for new board chair

Manuel Kadre, who will now preside as chair of the University of Miami Board of Trustees, is intent on furthering the University’s trajectory of excellence across the areas of health care, academia, and athletics.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/advancing-excellence-top-priority-for-new-board-chair.html

Advancing excellence top priority for new board chair

Manuel Kadre, who will now preside as chair of the University of Miami Board of Trustees, is intent on furthering the University’s trajectory of excellence across the areas of health care, academia, and athletics.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/advancing-excellence-top-priority-for-new-board-chair.html


PortMiami is strong; its network shows climate vulnerabilities

Research published this spring by a University of Miami team looked at how the Port of Miami fared on the climate resilience scale within its maritime network.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/port-of-miami-is-strong-but-ports-in-its-network-show-climate-vulnerabilities.html

PortMiami is strong; its network shows climate vulnerabilities

Research published this spring by a University of Miami team looked at how the Port of Miami fared on the climate resilience scale within its maritime network.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/port-of-miami-is-strong-but-ports-in-its-network-show-climate-vulnerabilities.html



Atlantic hurricane season could be record-breaker

‘Perfect storm’ of a transition from El Niño to La Niña conditions and exceptionally warm Atlantic Ocean temperatures could result in one of the most active hurricane seasons ever.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/atlantic-hurricane-season-could-be-record-breaker.html

Atlantic hurricane season could be record-breaker

‘Perfect storm’ of a transition from El Niño to La Niña conditions and exceptionally warm Atlantic Ocean temperatures could result in one of the most active hurricane seasons ever.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/atlantic-hurricane-season-could-be-record-breaker.html


As a busy hurricane season looms, new forecast model in the eye

A record 17 to 25 named storms have been predicted for the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season, with 8 to 13 of them becoming hurricanes. A new forecast model jointly created by researchers at NOAA and the University of Miami will provide better diversity of prediction tools.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/as-a-busy-hurricane-season-looms-new-forecast-model-in-the-eye.html

As a busy hurricane season looms, new forecast model in the eye

A record 17 to 25 named storms have been predicted for the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season, with 8 to 13 of them becoming hurricanes. A new forecast model jointly created by researchers at NOAA and the University of Miami will provide better diversity of prediction tools.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/as-a-busy-hurricane-season-looms-new-forecast-model-in-the-eye.html



10 years of sustained growth

During its decade-long existence, Rosenstiel School’s 75-foot-long hurricane simulator has helped usher in a wave of international scientists and cutting-edge projects—from hybrid coral reefs to ocean-tracking devices.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/10-years-of-sustained-growth.html

10 years of sustained growth

During its decade-long existence, Rosenstiel School’s 75-foot-long hurricane simulator has helped usher in a wave of international scientists and cutting-edge projects—from hybrid coral reefs to ocean-tracking devices.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/10-years-of-sustained-growth.html


When in Rome, advance climate resilience

Michael Berkowitz, just returned from Rome and a three-day Vatican resilience summit, shares insights from the global gathering, his experience on greeting Pope Francis, and intentions for advancing the University of Miami’s Climate Resilience Academy’s efforts.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/when-in-rome-advance-climate-resilience.html

When in Rome, advance climate resilience

Michael Berkowitz, just returned from Rome and a three-day Vatican resilience summit, shares insights from the global gathering, his experience on greeting Pope Francis, and intentions for advancing the University of Miami’s Climate Resilience Academy’s efforts.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/when-in-rome-advance-climate-resilience.html


Historian: ‘These boys did not want to die’

A University of Miami historian traces the roots of the Memorial Day holiday to the tragedy of the Civil War and explores prevailing attitudes toward death and the motivations that prompted millions of young men to risk their lives.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/historian-these-boys-did-not-want-to-die.html

Historian: ‘These boys did not want to die’

A University of Miami historian traces the roots of the Memorial Day holiday to the tragedy of the Civil War and explores prevailing attitudes toward death and the motivations that prompted millions of young men to risk their lives.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/05/historian-these-boys-did-not-want-to-die.html


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