Sunset view over the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami
Roadmap

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.

Director’s appointment a salute to Bascom Palmer’s research expertise

The recent appointment of Dr. Eduardo Alfonso, director of Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, to a national eye care research advisory board acknowledges the institute’s leadership role in the field of ophthalmology.

stories/2022/06/directors-appointment-a-salute-to-bascom-palmers-research-expertise.html


Summit participants to confront critical issues in the Americas

Leaders in government and industry will examine critical matters impacting the Western Hemisphere during a conference July 13-14, when the University of Miami hosts the Concordia Americas Summit.

stories/2022/06/summit-participants-to-confront-critical-issues-in-the-americas.html


Initiative introduces undergrads to interdisciplinary research

More than two dozen undergraduates are visiting the University of Miami as part of the Puentes Consortium Undergraduate Research Program, which not only deals with research methodology but connects students to mentors who are top scholars.

stories/2022/06/initiative-introduces-undergrads-to-interdisciplinary-research.html



Learning to sign heightens awareness, empathy for the deaf

A new minor that debuts this fall, increased registration for American Sign Language classes, and the popularity of the University’s ASL club reflect a surge in interest about the Deaf community and its unique language.

stories/2022/06/learning-to-sign-heightens-awareness,-empathy-for-the-deaf.html

Learning to sign heightens awareness, empathy for the deaf

A new minor that debuts this fall, increased registration for American Sign Language classes, and the popularity of the University’s ASL club reflect a surge in interest about the Deaf community and its unique language.

stories/2022/06/learning-to-sign-heightens-awareness,-empathy-for-the-deaf.html


Fragile ecosystems

A University Ph.D. candidate studies how different types of shorelines affect fish populations along Biscayne Bay.

https://news.miami.edu/as/stories/2022/06/fragile-ecosystems.html

Fragile ecosystems

A University Ph.D. candidate studies how different types of shorelines affect fish populations along Biscayne Bay.

https://news.miami.edu/as/stories/2022/06/fragile-ecosystems.html



Making climate science accessible – and personal

Alison Smart, B.F.A. ’05, uses the interpretive and storytelling skills she honed as a theatre arts major at the University of Miami to help the public understand and absorb the science behind climate change.

https://news.miami.edu/alumni/stories/2022/06/making-climate-science-accessible-and-personal.html

Making climate science accessible – and personal

Alison Smart, B.F.A. ’05, uses the interpretive and storytelling skills she honed as a theatre arts major at the University of Miami to help the public understand and absorb the science behind climate change.

https://news.miami.edu/alumni/stories/2022/06/making-climate-science-accessible-and-personal.html


Economists: Few goods, many dollars cause turbulence

Supply disruptions caused by the global pandemic, the influx of money put into circulation to offset the economic turmoil, and a conservative Federal Reserve are to blame for the current inflationary scenario, according to economists from the Miami Herbert Business School.

stories/2022/06/economists-too-few-goods,-too-many-dollars-to-blame-for-turbulence.html

Economists: Few goods, many dollars cause turbulence

Supply disruptions caused by the global pandemic, the influx of money put into circulation to offset the economic turmoil, and a conservative Federal Reserve are to blame for the current inflationary scenario, according to economists from the Miami Herbert Business School.

stories/2022/06/economists-too-few-goods,-too-many-dollars-to-blame-for-turbulence.html



Natural disasters can accelerate changes to tropical forests

Biology professor Kenneth Feeley conducted a lengthy study on forests in Jamaica and learned that hurricanes can magnify the effects of climate change, allowing species from warmer climates to replace those that prefer cooler temperatures.

stories/2022/06/natural-disasters-can-accelerate-changes-to-tropical-forests.html

Natural disasters can accelerate changes to tropical forests

Biology professor Kenneth Feeley conducted a lengthy study on forests in Jamaica and learned that hurricanes can magnify the effects of climate change, allowing species from warmer climates to replace those that prefer cooler temperatures.

stories/2022/06/natural-disasters-can-accelerate-changes-to-tropical-forests.html


Hemispheric University Consortium offers virtual research internships

In its second year, the internships allow graduate and undergraduate students from any of the consortium universities a chance to explore a myriad of topics.

stories/2022/06/hemispheric-university-consortium-offers-virtual-research-internships.html

Hemispheric University Consortium offers virtual research internships

In its second year, the internships allow graduate and undergraduate students from any of the consortium universities a chance to explore a myriad of topics.

stories/2022/06/hemispheric-university-consortium-offers-virtual-research-internships.html


Engineers explore innovative ways to improve resilience of coastal structures

University of Miami engineering and ocean sciences faculty members received federal research funding recently to delve into how they can strengthen coastal buildings and seawalls in the face of climate change.

stories/2022/06/engineers-explore-innovative-ways-to-improve-resilience-of-coastal-structures.html

Engineers explore innovative ways to improve resilience of coastal structures

University of Miami engineering and ocean sciences faculty members received federal research funding recently to delve into how they can strengthen coastal buildings and seawalls in the face of climate change.

stories/2022/06/engineers-explore-innovative-ways-to-improve-resilience-of-coastal-structures.html


No more news to load

loading



Y

Y





Y


Y