Academics

The architectural measured drawings compiled by a cohort from the School of Architecture will be preserved at the Library of Congress.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/students-document-iconic-coral-gables-congregational-church.html


New fellowships to build student interest in China and Asia

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and her husband, Stuart M. Bloch, are offering annual fellowships to two students to promote student engagement and research on Asia, and particularly China.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/new-fellowships-to-build-student-interest-in-china-and-asia.html

New fellowships to build student interest in China and Asia

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and her husband, Stuart M. Bloch, are offering annual fellowships to two students to promote student engagement and research on Asia, and particularly China.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/new-fellowships-to-build-student-interest-in-china-and-asia.html

New fellowships to build student interest in China and Asia

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and her husband, Stuart M. Bloch, are offering annual fellowships to two students to promote student engagement and research on Asia, and particularly China.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/new-fellowships-to-build-student-interest-in-china-and-asia.html

New fellowships to build student interest in China and Asia

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and her husband, Stuart M. Bloch, are offering annual fellowships to two students to promote student engagement and research on Asia, and particularly China.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/new-fellowships-to-build-student-interest-in-china-and-asia.html


Celebrating excellence in Latin American mathematics

Outstanding mathematicians from Latin America and the Caribbean were recognized for their achievements by the Institute of the Mathematical Sciences of the Americas.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/celebrating-excellence-in-latin-american-mathematics.html

Celebrating excellence in Latin American mathematics

Outstanding mathematicians from Latin America and the Caribbean were recognized for their achievements by the Institute of the Mathematical Sciences of the Americas.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/celebrating-excellence-in-latin-american-mathematics.html

Celebrating excellence in Latin American mathematics

Outstanding mathematicians from Latin America and the Caribbean were recognized for their achievements by the Institute of the Mathematical Sciences of the Americas.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/celebrating-excellence-in-latin-american-mathematics.html


Bringing the world’s wonders into the classroom

A new art history course offered each fall takes students on a virtual tour of ancient wonders, across the world, like the Colosseum in Rome and the Acropolis Complex in Greece.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/bringing-the-worlds-wonders-into-the-classroom.html

Bringing the world’s wonders into the classroom

A new art history course offered each fall takes students on a virtual tour of ancient wonders, across the world, like the Colosseum in Rome and the Acropolis Complex in Greece.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/bringing-the-worlds-wonders-into-the-classroom.html


Study abroad expands global offerings

There are five new faculty-led study abroad programs available to University of Miami students this year. Students must apply by February.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/study-abroad-expands-global-offerings.html

Study abroad expands global offerings

There are five new faculty-led study abroad programs available to University of Miami students this year. Students must apply by February.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/study-abroad-expands-global-offerings.html


Chemistry pairings tickle the taste buds

In senior lecturer Leslie Knecht’s The Chemistry of Food and Taste course, students explore the science behind the chemical processes in cooking—and then get to test and taste it.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/chemistry-pairings-tickle-the-taste-buds.html

Chemistry pairings tickle the taste buds

In senior lecturer Leslie Knecht’s The Chemistry of Food and Taste course, students explore the science behind the chemical processes in cooking—and then get to test and taste it.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/chemistry-pairings-tickle-the-taste-buds.html


Weaponizing information: Russia’s continuing form of warfare

Students in a novel class generate strategies to counter Russian state-funded misinformation campaigns that use new technologies to seed fear and disrupt western-style democracies.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/weaponizing-information-russias-continuing-form-of-warfare.html


Program shapes future leaders in responsible data analytics

The Data Analytics and Intelligence for Social Impact major in the School of Education and Human Development will produce responsible data-driven decision-makers, empowering them to collect and use data for insights that increase social impact.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/program-shapes-future-leaders-in-responsible-data-analytics.html


Six students use computing power to tackle complex problems

Thanks to the new Provost’s Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Computing, several graduate students are able to devote their full attention to cutting-edge research projects in their chosen subject areas.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/six-students-use-computing-power-to-tackle-complex-problems.html



Exploring ways to utilize new AI tools

Faculty members from across the University discussed new generative AI tools and learned how to integrate them into their classes during the annual Faculty Showcase held on Friday.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/exploring-ways-to-utilize-new-ai-tools.html

Exploring ways to utilize new AI tools

Faculty members from across the University discussed new generative AI tools and learned how to integrate them into their classes during the annual Faculty Showcase held on Friday.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/exploring-ways-to-utilize-new-ai-tools.html


Are you living your best life?

A new course offering this spring from the School of Education and Human Development on The Art and Science of Flourishing promises to teach ways to integrate meaning into your life.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/are-you-living-your-best-life.html

Are you living your best life?

A new course offering this spring from the School of Education and Human Development on The Art and Science of Flourishing promises to teach ways to integrate meaning into your life.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/are-you-living-your-best-life.html



One Book, One U selection aims to spark interesting conversations

The 2023-2024 choice of the common read program is Jonathan Escoffery’s “If I Survive You,” a series of eight short stories set in South Florida.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/one-book-one-u-selection-aims-to-spark-interesting-conversations.html

One Book, One U selection aims to spark interesting conversations

The 2023-2024 choice of the common read program is Jonathan Escoffery’s “If I Survive You,” a series of eight short stories set in South Florida.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/one-book-one-u-selection-aims-to-spark-interesting-conversations.html


U-LINK awards two graduate students with predoctoral fellowships

Malena Price and Sergio Lemus Orellana are recipients of the 2023 U-LINK Predoctoral Fellowship, an opportunity that allows graduate students to pursue interdisciplinary research projects alongside faculty members from at least two different areas of expertise.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/10/u-link-awards-two-graduate-students-with-predoctoral-fellowships.html

U-LINK awards two graduate students with predoctoral fellowships

Malena Price and Sergio Lemus Orellana are recipients of the 2023 U-LINK Predoctoral Fellowship, an opportunity that allows graduate students to pursue interdisciplinary research projects alongside faculty members from at least two different areas of expertise.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/10/u-link-awards-two-graduate-students-with-predoctoral-fellowships.html



Inspiration versus infringement in the use of AI

Hannah Kuker, a junior at the University of Miami, won first place at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business annual international conference. With the help of faculty advisors, her paper analyzed AI rights to using copyrighted material with a specific focus on the visual arts.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/09/inspiration-versus-infringement-in-the-use-of-ai.html

Inspiration versus infringement in the use of AI

Hannah Kuker, a junior at the University of Miami, won first place at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business annual international conference. With the help of faculty advisors, her paper analyzed AI rights to using copyrighted material with a specific focus on the visual arts.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/09/inspiration-versus-infringement-in-the-use-of-ai.html


Study abroad fuses engineering with Italian history, culture

Biomedical engineering lecturer Gianluca D’Ippolito led the inaugural College of Engineering study abroad program in Florence, Italy, and taught students about biomaterials, while also showing them a place where he and others thrived in science and engineering.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/09/study-abroad-fuses-engineering-with-italian-history-culture.html

Study abroad fuses engineering with Italian history, culture

Biomedical engineering lecturer Gianluca D’Ippolito led the inaugural College of Engineering study abroad program in Florence, Italy, and taught students about biomaterials, while also showing them a place where he and others thrived in science and engineering.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/09/study-abroad-fuses-engineering-with-italian-history-culture.html


Utilizing generative AI in the classroom

University leaders and faculty members are helping students learn how to appropriately use these new technology tools.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/09/utilizing-generative-ai-in-the-classroom.html

Utilizing generative AI in the classroom

University leaders and faculty members are helping students learn how to appropriately use these new technology tools.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/09/utilizing-generative-ai-in-the-classroom.html


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