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The University of Miami is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Find the latest information here.

Information on coronavirus

The University of Miami is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Find the latest information here.

An award-winning songstress, alumna shares details about her new single

Ariel Rose, a Frost School of Music graduate, talks about her experience at the University of Miami and how it shaped her as an artist. In addition, she shares the story behind the inspiration for her new single and music video, “Somebody Loves You."

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Faculty member believes in teaching with compassion

Ashmeet Oberoi, director of the Community and Social Change master’s degree program, believes that when you respect students’ lives outside the classroom, it enhances their academic experience.

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Law expert: Michael Flynn’s legal saga is stretching the fabric of justice

Ricardo Bascuas, professor of law, analyzes the latest legal twist in the ongoing drama involving the former national security advisor, whose politically tinged case has been characterized by irregularities.

stories/2020/05/law-expert-michael-flynns-legal-saga-is-stretching-the-fabric-of-justice.html



Illness that is a by-product of COVID-19 affects children

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Illness that is a by-product of COVID-19 affects children

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Why female leaders are proving to be so effective in responding to the pandemic

Political science professor Louise K. Davidson-Schmich writes that women who received the most credit for their handling of the health crisis “sought to empathize with the public’s myriad concerns.”

stories/2020/05/female-leaders-proving-to-be-the-most-effective-in-responding-to-the-pandemic.html

Why female leaders are proving to be so effective in responding to the pandemic

Political science professor Louise K. Davidson-Schmich writes that women who received the most credit for their handling of the health crisis “sought to empathize with the public’s myriad concerns.”

stories/2020/05/female-leaders-proving-to-be-the-most-effective-in-responding-to-the-pandemic.html



Find more satisfaction by changing daily routines, study says

New research jointly conducted by the University of Miami and New York University suggests that mixing up isolation routines could lead to more joy during the pandemic.

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Find more satisfaction by changing daily routines, study says

New research jointly conducted by the University of Miami and New York University suggests that mixing up isolation routines could lead to more joy during the pandemic.

stories/2020/05/find-more-satisfaction-by-changing-daily-routines-study-says.html


Upcoming virtual symposium tackles hard-hitting issues on immigration

The University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas will host an online seminar to discuss immigration in the age of deportation.

stories/2020/05/upcoming-virtual-symposium-tackles-hard-hitting-issues-on-immigration.html

Upcoming virtual symposium tackles hard-hitting issues on immigration

The University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas will host an online seminar to discuss immigration in the age of deportation.

stories/2020/05/upcoming-virtual-symposium-tackles-hard-hitting-issues-on-immigration.html



How did the 1959 Cuban Revolution change the character of Havana?

Brandon Rojas, a University of Miami sophomore studying architectural engineering, explored the uprising as a Library Research Scholar.

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How did the 1959 Cuban Revolution change the character of Havana?

Brandon Rojas, a University of Miami sophomore studying architectural engineering, explored the uprising as a Library Research Scholar.

stories/2020/05/how-did-the-1959-cuban-revolution-change-the-character-of-havana.html


Students unveil their visions of a resiliency center for Bahamas town

Designed by School of Architecture students, the facility would help Marsh Harbour on its long road to recovery—serving not only as a storm shelter but also as a year-round community center for residents.

stories/2020/05/students-unveil-their-visions-of-a-resiliency-center-for-bahamas-town.html

Students unveil their visions of a resiliency center for Bahamas town

Designed by School of Architecture students, the facility would help Marsh Harbour on its long road to recovery—serving not only as a storm shelter but also as a year-round community center for residents.

stories/2020/05/students-unveil-their-visions-of-a-resiliency-center-for-bahamas-town.html


Psychologists offer guidance on how to support children during social distancing

Child experts at the University of Miami offer ways that parents can help ease children’s anxiety and frustration at the inability to see friends during the COVID-19 pandemic.

stories/2020/05/psychologists-offer-guidance-on-how-to-support-children-during-social-distancing.html

Psychologists offer guidance on how to support children during social distancing

Child experts at the University of Miami offer ways that parents can help ease children’s anxiety and frustration at the inability to see friends during the COVID-19 pandemic.

stories/2020/05/psychologists-offer-guidance-on-how-to-support-children-during-social-distancing.html


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