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NFTs are a new financial frontier in cyberspace

Non-fungible tokens have exploded in popularity as a way for people to purchase unique digital items, but the expansion of this market highlights the blockchain technology behind it.

NFTs are a new financial frontier in cyberspace

Non-fungible tokens have exploded in popularity as a way for people to purchase unique digital items, but the expansion of this market highlights the blockchain technology behind it.

COVID-19 vaccines available on Coral Gables Campus for employees, students

The University’s COVID-19 vaccine site at the Herbert Wellness Center has a limited number of appointments available on Wednesday. The appointments, which must be scheduled through MyUHealthChart, are available to students, faculty, and staff.

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Technology experts, researchers reimagine health care

The University’s fourth annual Smart Cities Miami Conference showcased digital tools and other innovations that may turn your living space into an interactive, mixed reality experience that can connect you to your physician.

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Sunshine to supply University’s main source of power

Beginning this summer, the University of Miami will join a voluntary Florida Power & Light program to provide more solar energy to its campuses.

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Student employees play a crucial role

The second week of April is recognized as National Student Employment Week. At the University and other higher education institutions across the United States, many workers are recognized for their dedication and leadership.

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Student employees play a crucial role

The second week of April is recognized as National Student Employment Week. At the University and other higher education institutions across the United States, many workers are recognized for their dedication and leadership.

stories/2021/04/student-employees-play-a-crucial-role.html


Need a job? Toppel offers help to graduating students

A new 8-Step Job Search Toolkit launched by the career center may help soon-to-be graduates start the hunt with a host of links to web tools.

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Need a job? Toppel offers help to graduating students

A new 8-Step Job Search Toolkit launched by the career center may help soon-to-be graduates start the hunt with a host of links to web tools.

stories/2021/04/need-a-job-toppel-offers-help-to-graduating-students.html



Student makes an impact in the fight against COVID-19

James Lai, a senior biomedical engineering major, used his skills to create 3D-printed nasal swabs and respiratory adaptors for front-line health care workers battling the coronavirus.

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Student makes an impact in the fight against COVID-19

James Lai, a senior biomedical engineering major, used his skills to create 3D-printed nasal swabs and respiratory adaptors for front-line health care workers battling the coronavirus.

stories/2021/04/student-makes-an-impact-in-the-fight-against-covid-19.html


Cuban exile reminisces about the Bay of Pigs invasion

Eduardo Zayas Bazán, a member of the Amigos board of the University’s Cuban Heritage Collection, recalls the unsuccessful incursion as its 60th anniversary approaches on April 17.

stories/2021/04/cuban-exile-reminisces-about-the-bay-of-pigs-invasion.html

Cuban exile reminisces about the Bay of Pigs invasion

Eduardo Zayas Bazán, a member of the Amigos board of the University’s Cuban Heritage Collection, recalls the unsuccessful incursion as its 60th anniversary approaches on April 17.

stories/2021/04/cuban-exile-reminisces-about-the-bay-of-pigs-invasion.html



Panel addresses ‘COVID-19 and the NBA Bubble’

At a School of Law virtual conference about entertainment and sports law, NBA and Disney executives outlined the steps that went into creating and maintaining the famous isolation zone during the summer and fall of 2020.

stories/2021/04/panel-addresses-covid-19-and-the-nba-bubble.html

Panel addresses ‘COVID-19 and the NBA Bubble’

At a School of Law virtual conference about entertainment and sports law, NBA and Disney executives outlined the steps that went into creating and maintaining the famous isolation zone during the summer and fall of 2020.

stories/2021/04/panel-addresses-covid-19-and-the-nba-bubble.html


Alumna finds an outlet for creativity, studies in Spain

Brenna O’Neill’s passion for psychology, international studies, and Spanish—her majors and minor at the University of Miami—have led her around the world.

stories/2021/04/alumna-finds-an-outlet-for-creativity,-studies-in-spain.html

Alumna finds an outlet for creativity, studies in Spain

Brenna O’Neill’s passion for psychology, international studies, and Spanish—her majors and minor at the University of Miami—have led her around the world.

stories/2021/04/alumna-finds-an-outlet-for-creativity,-studies-in-spain.html


Student Government celebrates transition of power

Members of the University administration and peers congratulated outgoing president Abigail Adeleke on her unparalleled presidential experience and welcomed Landon Coles into the role as Student Government president at a ceremony on Tuesday.

stories/2021/04/student-government-celebrates-25th-transition-of-power.html

Student Government celebrates transition of power

Members of the University administration and peers congratulated outgoing president Abigail Adeleke on her unparalleled presidential experience and welcomed Landon Coles into the role as Student Government president at a ceremony on Tuesday.

stories/2021/04/student-government-celebrates-25th-transition-of-power.html


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