Sunset view over the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami
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Climate Resilience Academy ushers in new era

The University’s new academy will coordinate and support research, interdisciplinary approaches, and partnerships to address the impacts of climate change and other complex global issues.

Climate Resilience Academy ushers in new era

The University’s new academy will coordinate and support research, interdisciplinary approaches, and partnerships to address the impacts of climate change and other complex global issues.

University of Miami Debate Team wins second ACC championship

Delphine Djomo and Iman Sami made up the team that defeated Wake Forest University in a virtual debate, bringing the trophy to Coral Gables. Besides winning the top spot as a duo, Djomo and Sami were each recognized as the top two individual debaters of the competition.

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Smart Cities Miami Conference to examine climate crisis, impact of the pandemic

The forum, to be held this week at the School of Architecture, will address topics that include how the pandemic intensified smart city infrastructure and practices and how it renewed the interest and investment in virtual reality.

stories/2022/05/smart-cities-miami-conference-to-examine-climate-crisis,-impact-of-the-pandemic.html


Watch: Highlights of the 2022 commencement ceremonies

More than 4,200 graduates from the University of Miami’s 12 schools and colleges were awarded degrees during spring commencement exercises, which were celebrated May 11 through May 13 at the Watsco Center on the Coral Gables Campus. Watch the sights and sounds.

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Medical sociologist strives to give a voice to the powerless

Newly minted Ph.D. Oshea Johnson has studied the impact of mass incarceration on the health of inmates and their significant others. He will soon begin a two-year postdoc as an epidemic intelligence service officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and hopes his research will serve as a platform for reform in the criminal legal and penal systems.

stories/2022/05/medical-sociologist-strives-to-give-a-voice-to-the-powerless.html

Medical sociologist strives to give a voice to the powerless

Newly minted Ph.D. Oshea Johnson has studied the impact of mass incarceration on the health of inmates and their significant others. He will soon begin a two-year postdoc as an epidemic intelligence service officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and hopes his research will serve as a platform for reform in the criminal legal and penal systems.

stories/2022/05/medical-sociologist-strives-to-give-a-voice-to-the-powerless.html


Neuroscience graduate sets her sights on a future in research

Eboni Arnold credits self-advocacy, mentorship, and early exposure to her career path for her undergraduate success. She now looks forward to new challenges from the doctoral program she has chosen to pursue and someday hopes to be a role model.

stories/2022/05/neuroscience-graduate-sets-her-sights-on-a-future-in-research.html

Neuroscience graduate sets her sights on a future in research

Eboni Arnold credits self-advocacy, mentorship, and early exposure to her career path for her undergraduate success. She now looks forward to new challenges from the doctoral program she has chosen to pursue and someday hopes to be a role model.

stories/2022/05/neuroscience-graduate-sets-her-sights-on-a-future-in-research.html



College Hosts Historic Concrete Climate Accords

Faculty and concrete industry experts came together to commit themselves to carbon neutrality and promote environmentally-conscious reforms globally.

https://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/05/college-hosts-historic-concrete-climate-accords.html

College Hosts Historic Concrete Climate Accords

Faculty and concrete industry experts came together to commit themselves to carbon neutrality and promote environmentally-conscious reforms globally.

https://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/05/college-hosts-historic-concrete-climate-accords.html


Speakers celebrated undergraduates’ abilities to excel despite challenges

During undergraduate commencement exercises on Friday, nearly every speaker noted how the students contended with and endured the difficulties of the pandemic, which equipped them with resilience to forge new careers and chase dreams with renewed passion.

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Speakers celebrated undergraduates’ abilities to excel despite challenges

During undergraduate commencement exercises on Friday, nearly every speaker noted how the students contended with and endured the difficulties of the pandemic, which equipped them with resilience to forge new careers and chase dreams with renewed passion.

stories/2022/05/graduates-and-speakers-stress-the-privilege-of-a-college-education.html



University offers free online courses to Ukrainian students affected by the war

The students would enroll as visiting exchange students, taking virtual courses taught by University of Miami faculty members.

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University offers free online courses to Ukrainian students affected by the war

The students would enroll as visiting exchange students, taking virtual courses taught by University of Miami faculty members.

stories/2022/05/university-offers-free-online-courses-to-ukrainian-students-affected-by-the-war.html


The University ‘has taught me about patience, diligence, and being a consistent leader’

Landon Coles, former Student Government president, acknowledged how a combination of mentorship and challenges helped to develop him into the confident leader he is today.

stories/2022/05/the-university-has-taught-me-about-patience,-diligence,-and-being-a-consistent-leader.html

The University ‘has taught me about patience, diligence, and being a consistent leader’

Landon Coles, former Student Government president, acknowledged how a combination of mentorship and challenges helped to develop him into the confident leader he is today.

stories/2022/05/the-university-has-taught-me-about-patience,-diligence,-and-being-a-consistent-leader.html


Student looks forward to making inroads in health care

Senior David Oliver hopes to use his biomedical engineering degree to improve the health care arena for all patients.

stories/2022/05/student-looks-forward-to-making-inroads-in-health-care.html

Student looks forward to making inroads in health care

Senior David Oliver hopes to use his biomedical engineering degree to improve the health care arena for all patients.

stories/2022/05/student-looks-forward-to-making-inroads-in-health-care.html


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