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A healthy gut is key to a healthy life

As many people begin to attend holiday gatherings often featuring an abundance of food, the University of Miami’s registered dietitian for Dining Services shares ways to help maintain a healthy gut.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/a-healthy-gut-is-key-to-a-healthy-life.html


Students share favorite Thanksgiving dishes, dream holiday guests

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, University of Miami students share their favorite foods, what they are grateful for, and who would be their dream Thanksgiving dinner guest.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/students-share-favorite-thanksgiving-dishes-dream-holiday-guests.html


Why shopping small helps local communities during the holiday season

Small Business Saturday is coming up this weekend. Making the choice to shop small not only helps you save money, but it’s also an investment into your local community.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/why-shopping-small-helps-local-communities-during-the-holiday-season.html



Researcher imagines a world without gratitude

To better understand the purpose of gratitude, a University of Miami psychology professor conjured up a world devoid of this emotion at the root of healthy relationships—and the centerpiece of one of our favorite holidays.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/researcher-imagines-a-world-without-gratitude.html

Researcher imagines a world without gratitude

To better understand the purpose of gratitude, a University of Miami psychology professor conjured up a world devoid of this emotion at the root of healthy relationships—and the centerpiece of one of our favorite holidays.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/researcher-imagines-a-world-without-gratitude.html


University community celebrates the Miami Book Fair

In partnership with The UCreates—the University of Miami’s platform dedicated to arts and humanities—students and faculty and staff members welcomed renowned authors during the Miami Book Fair.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/miami-book-fair.html

University community celebrates the Miami Book Fair

In partnership with The UCreates—the University of Miami’s platform dedicated to arts and humanities—students and faculty and staff members welcomed renowned authors during the Miami Book Fair.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/miami-book-fair.html



Magic Leap CEO details the future of augmented reality

During a fireside chat at the University of Miami Lakeside Village, Peggy Johnson said the technology will eventually become as ubiquitous as cellphones. At the event, guests got the chance to demo the second generation of her company’s AR headset.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/magic-leap-ceo-details-the-future-of-augmented-reality.html

Magic Leap CEO details the future of augmented reality

During a fireside chat at the University of Miami Lakeside Village, Peggy Johnson said the technology will eventually become as ubiquitous as cellphones. At the event, guests got the chance to demo the second generation of her company’s AR headset.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/magic-leap-ceo-details-the-future-of-augmented-reality.html


Students: Register for on-site tech industry interviews, hiring event

The University’s Toppel Career Center remains committed to opening doors for students interested in joining tech and startup companies by connecting them directly to employers at the third Venture Miami Tech Hiring Fair on Nov. 29.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/students-register-for-on-site-tech-industry-interviews,-hiring-event.html

Students: Register for on-site tech industry interviews, hiring event

The University’s Toppel Career Center remains committed to opening doors for students interested in joining tech and startup companies by connecting them directly to employers at the third Venture Miami Tech Hiring Fair on Nov. 29.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/students-register-for-on-site-tech-industry-interviews,-hiring-event.html



An age-old problem: Defining who is elderly

As President Joe Biden turns 80 years old this weekend, a professor in the School of Education and Human Development looks at what constitutes old age in today’s society.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/an-age-old-problem-defining-who-is-elderly.html

An age-old problem: Defining who is elderly

As President Joe Biden turns 80 years old this weekend, a professor in the School of Education and Human Development looks at what constitutes old age in today’s society.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/an-age-old-problem-defining-who-is-elderly.html


University recognized as a ‘Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting’

For its intentional work in 2022 to institutionalize nonpartisan democratic engagement and increase student voter turnout, the University of Miami has been acknowledged by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, a network that engages more than 9 million students.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/university-recognized-as-a-most-engaged-campus-for-college-student-voting.html

University recognized as a ‘Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting’

For its intentional work in 2022 to institutionalize nonpartisan democratic engagement and increase student voter turnout, the University of Miami has been acknowledged by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, a network that engages more than 9 million students.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/university-recognized-as-a-most-engaged-campus-for-college-student-voting.html


Space-age material could ensure the success of future NASA missions

A new ceramic matrix composite being developed by researchers at the University of Miami and the University of Central Florida could prevent hydrogen fuel leaks like the one that derailed a NASA Artemis moon launch last September.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/space-age-material-could-ensure-the-success-of-future-nasa-missions.html

Space-age material could ensure the success of future NASA missions

A new ceramic matrix composite being developed by researchers at the University of Miami and the University of Central Florida could prevent hydrogen fuel leaks like the one that derailed a NASA Artemis moon launch last September.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/11/space-age-material-could-ensure-the-success-of-future-nasa-missions.html


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