Students, faculty and staff stopped by the School of Architecture’s Korach Gallery to learn what Magic Leap is all about.

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With a shift in focus, RoboCanes regains steam on the world stage

UM’s robotics team recently obtained a new robot with the goal of helping aging individuals.

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With a shift in focus, RoboCanes regains steam on the world stage

UM’s robotics team recently obtained a new robot with the goal of helping aging individuals.

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With a shift in focus, RoboCanes regains steam on the world stage

UM’s robotics team recently obtained a new robot with the goal of helping aging individuals.

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With a shift in focus, RoboCanes regains steam on the world stage

UM’s robotics team recently obtained a new robot with the goal of helping aging individuals.

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A window back in time

A mobile museum coming to UM this week will showcase relics of the African-American experience.

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A window back in time

A mobile museum coming to UM this week will showcase relics of the African-American experience.

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A window back in time

A mobile museum coming to UM this week will showcase relics of the African-American experience.

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Gardening for greater awareness

Professors and staff from UM are offering students an in-class introduction to gardening and food production.

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Gardening for greater awareness

Professors and staff from UM are offering students an in-class introduction to gardening and food production.

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A brave face for his students

First Law School LGBTQ Alumni event honors Professor Marc Fajer.

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A brave face for his students

First Law School LGBTQ Alumni event honors Professor Marc Fajer.

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The battle of the Cuban sandwich

University of Miami communication students create a documentary to try and figure out who truly makes the best Cuban sandwich.

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The battle of the Cuban sandwich

University of Miami communication students create a documentary to try and figure out who truly makes the best Cuban sandwich.

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Global health at the crossroads

A new Spring 2019 course at UM will teach students ways to think rigorously about the state of global health, and look for solutions.

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New U-LINK awards focus on climate change risks

Three of U-LINK’s inaugural grant recipients advance to the next round of funding with proposals related to one of Florida’s—and the world’s—biggest challenges.

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Duo set on creating a culturally rich environment at the U

MSA’s Renee Dickens Callan and Junior Pena offer a supportive environment for students of marginalized identities.

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A Thirst for Different Languages

UM senior Ashley Brooks has earned scholarships and praise for her dedication to mastering languages.

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A Thirst for Different Languages

UM senior Ashley Brooks has earned scholarships and praise for her dedication to mastering languages.

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Is big-city living eroding our nice instinct?

A new study by University of Miami psychology researchers of anonymous interactions suggests that humans switch off their automatic inclination to share in dealings with strangers.

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Is big-city living eroding our nice instinct?

A new study by University of Miami psychology researchers of anonymous interactions suggests that humans switch off their automatic inclination to share in dealings with strangers.

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A cleaner, greener palate

UM’s annual Food Day celebration will highlight the need to eat sustainable, locally sourced foods

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