Students developed an extended reality application for the International Inn, a historic hotel in northern Miami Beach.
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Students’ projects propel their education into the future

Four students are wrapping up projects this summer as part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed them to explore a topic in their field of interest that is enhanced by using virtual, augmented, or mixed reality.

Students’ projects propel their education into the future

Four students are wrapping up projects this summer as part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed them to explore a topic in their field of interest that is enhanced by using virtual, augmented, or mixed reality.

University Libraries sheds light on turmoil in Cuba, Haiti

Learn more about the Cuban and Haitian diasporas from the University’s Special Collections and Cuban Heritage Collection—the largest archive of materials about Cuba outside of the island.

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Bascom Palmer ranks No. 1 for 20th year in U.S. News & World Report

The Bascom Palmer Eye Institute was ranked first for the 18th consecutive year—20th time overall—since the publication began surveying U.S. physicians for its annual “Best Hospitals” rankings 32 years ago.

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Students help peers with research needs

Peer research consultants are trained to assist undergraduate and graduate students with a wide range of requests in Richter Library.

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Florida Task Force 2 members come home

Nearly a month after the deadly Surfside condo collapse, the South Florida Urban Search and Rescue Team/Task Force 2, which includes two Miller School of Medicine physicians, ends its deployment.

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Florida Task Force 2 members come home

Nearly a month after the deadly Surfside condo collapse, the South Florida Urban Search and Rescue Team/Task Force 2, which includes two Miller School of Medicine physicians, ends its deployment.

stories/2021/07/florida-task-force-2-members-come-home.html


Researcher advances strategy to manage fisheries

Renato Molina, assistant professor, explores how transboundary marine protected areas can lead to greater fisheries cooperation between countries.

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Researcher advances strategy to manage fisheries

Renato Molina, assistant professor, explores how transboundary marine protected areas can lead to greater fisheries cooperation between countries.

stories/2021/07/researcher-advances-strategy-to-manage-fisheries.html



The good and the bad for chocolate lovers

With the recent celebration of World Chocolate Day and National Milk Chocolate Day around the corner, it is a good time to remember some of the benefits of chocolate.

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The good and the bad for chocolate lovers

With the recent celebration of World Chocolate Day and National Milk Chocolate Day around the corner, it is a good time to remember some of the benefits of chocolate.

stories/2021/07/the-good-and-the-bad-for-chocolate-lovers.html


Historian appointed Bacardí Chair in Cuban and Cuban-American Studies

Michael J. Bustamante, noted scholar and author of “Cuban Memory Wars,” will help launch an interdisciplinary undergraduate program in Cuban studies.

stories/2021/07/historian-appointed-bacardí-chair-in-cuban-and-cuban-american-studies.html

Historian appointed Bacardí Chair in Cuban and Cuban-American Studies

Michael J. Bustamante, noted scholar and author of “Cuban Memory Wars,” will help launch an interdisciplinary undergraduate program in Cuban studies.

stories/2021/07/historian-appointed-bacardí-chair-in-cuban-and-cuban-american-studies.html



Two studies examine how Latin American journalists cope with stress

University collaborations, one in Mexico and the other in Brazil, show that many reporters turn to colleagues and their desire to provide public service to bolster emotional strength when facing threat and harassment.

stories/2021/07/two-studies-examine-how-latin-american-journalists-cope-with-stress.html

Two studies examine how Latin American journalists cope with stress

University collaborations, one in Mexico and the other in Brazil, show that many reporters turn to colleagues and their desire to provide public service to bolster emotional strength when facing threat and harassment.

stories/2021/07/two-studies-examine-how-latin-american-journalists-cope-with-stress.html


Union leader: Flight attendants under threat from unruly passengers

During a talk hosted by the Miami Herbert Business School, Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO, highlighted the role of collective action to safeguard workers’ rights and livelihoods.

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Union leader: Flight attendants under threat from unruly passengers

During a talk hosted by the Miami Herbert Business School, Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO, highlighted the role of collective action to safeguard workers’ rights and livelihoods.

stories/2021/07/union-leader-flight-attendants-under-threat-from-unruly-passengers.html


Frost School, Festival Napa Valley ‘join forces’

The Frost School of Music continues to expand opportunities for students and has partnered with the music, food, and wine festival. A selected group took a musical journey to California to perform in the 10-day event.

stories/2021/07/frost-school,-festival-napa-valley-join-forces.html

Frost School, Festival Napa Valley ‘join forces’

The Frost School of Music continues to expand opportunities for students and has partnered with the music, food, and wine festival. A selected group took a musical journey to California to perform in the 10-day event.

stories/2021/07/frost-school,-festival-napa-valley-join-forces.html


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