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Why are artists selling their music catalogs?

University of Miami experts explain the recent megadeals taking place in the complex industry.

Why are artists selling their music catalogs?

University of Miami experts explain the recent megadeals taking place in the complex industry.

March guide to the arts at the U

Check out this comprehensive preview of arts-related events happening this month on and off campus.

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University of Miami leads a pilot program to track variants of COVID-19

A team of faculty members at the Miller School of Medicine working to detect variants in COVID-19 positive samples has found about 25 percent contain the more contagious U.K. variant. They also found the Brazilian variant.

stories/2021/02/university-of-miami-leads-a-pilot-program-to-track-variants-of-covid-19.html


Permanent exhibit to highlight the history of Black students

With a significant gift from Johnny C. Taylor Jr., alumnus and member of the University of Miami Board of Trustees, an interactive display will spotlight the impact of the University’s Black students from the past, through the decades, and beyond.

stories/2021/02/permanent-exhibit-to-highlight-the-history-of-black-students.html



Learn more about student groups that illuminate the Black experience

Black History Month, or Black Awareness Month, may be coming to an end, but there are plenty of organizations on campus you can support or engage with throughout the year.

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Learn more about student groups that illuminate the Black experience

Black History Month, or Black Awareness Month, may be coming to an end, but there are plenty of organizations on campus you can support or engage with throughout the year.

stories/2021/02/learn-more-about-student-groups-that-illuminate-the-black-experience.html


Hackathon seeks students’ solutions to solve food waste

The virtual Food Future Hack challenges participants to develop innovative approaches to prevent global food excess.

stories/2021/02/hackathon-seeks-students-solutions-to-solve-food-waste.html

Hackathon seeks students’ solutions to solve food waste

The virtual Food Future Hack challenges participants to develop innovative approaches to prevent global food excess.

stories/2021/02/hackathon-seeks-students-solutions-to-solve-food-waste.html



Engineering student’s technology could revolutionize the use of drones

Tomas Pribanic has found a way to apply ion thrust to autonomous aerial vehicles in Earth’s atmosphere, creating a silent propulsion system and paving the way for the greater application of drones in the cargo delivery industry.

stories/2021/02/engineering-students-technology-could-revolutionize-the-use-of-drones.html

Engineering student’s technology could revolutionize the use of drones

Tomas Pribanic has found a way to apply ion thrust to autonomous aerial vehicles in Earth’s atmosphere, creating a silent propulsion system and paving the way for the greater application of drones in the cargo delivery industry.

stories/2021/02/engineering-students-technology-could-revolutionize-the-use-of-drones.html


Researcher works to eliminate the ‘blind spot’ of racism

Zinzi Bailey, research assistant professor, investigates the causes of structural discrimination and its role in the poor health outcomes of many Black people.

stories/2021/02/researcher-works-to-eliminate-the-blind-spot-of-racism.html

Researcher works to eliminate the ‘blind spot’ of racism

Zinzi Bailey, research assistant professor, investigates the causes of structural discrimination and its role in the poor health outcomes of many Black people.

stories/2021/02/researcher-works-to-eliminate-the-blind-spot-of-racism.html



Joe Echevarria appointed CEO of UHealth

On Wednesday, Joe Echevarria, after serving in an interim capacity, was named CEO of UHealth and executive vice president for Health Affairs at the University, effective immediately.

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Joe Echevarria appointed CEO of UHealth

On Wednesday, Joe Echevarria, after serving in an interim capacity, was named CEO of UHealth and executive vice president for Health Affairs at the University, effective immediately.

stories/2021/02/joe-echevarria-appointed-ceo-of-uhealth.html


Make a splash with rented watersport, camping gear

Students, faculty, and staff can discover the natural beauty of Miami in a safe and fun way with a new equipment-rental program at Outdoor Adventures on the Coral Gables Campus.

stories/2021/02/make-a-splash-with-rented-watersport,-camping-gear.html

Make a splash with rented watersport, camping gear

Students, faculty, and staff can discover the natural beauty of Miami in a safe and fun way with a new equipment-rental program at Outdoor Adventures on the Coral Gables Campus.

stories/2021/02/make-a-splash-with-rented-watersport,-camping-gear.html


Undergrad creates virtual exhibition to celebrate Black achievements

Taylor Washington, an industrial engineering major, debuted the online display to highlight the rich Black history at the University of Miami.

stories/2021/02/undergrad-creates-virtual-exhibition-to-celebrate-black-achievements.html

Undergrad creates virtual exhibition to celebrate Black achievements

Taylor Washington, an industrial engineering major, debuted the online display to highlight the rich Black history at the University of Miami.

stories/2021/02/undergrad-creates-virtual-exhibition-to-celebrate-black-achievements.html


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