Alumni Stories

Alumni Stories

Grateful for scholarship, pianist and cantor is giving back

Karen Blum was able to hone her piano skills at the Frost School of Music thanks to scholarship support. Her planned bequest will pave the way for future generations of aspiring classical pianists.

http://news.miami.edu/alumni/stories/2023/02/grateful-for-scholarship-pianist-and-cantor-is-giving-back.html


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Miami Herbert alumnus on the importance of networking

Jakub Hejl B.B.A. ’12 attributes his success to relentless ambition and focus, and, most importantly, to the connections and relationships he made as an undergraduate student.

https://news.miami.edu/miamiherbert/stories/2023/01/alumni-spotlight-jakub-hejl-on-the-importance-of-networking.html




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New book honors College of Engineering's 75th anniversary, exploring past, present, and future

Triple ’Cane Dr. Edward Dauer celebrates the college’s milestone, history, and achievements in his new book: “Transforming Lives, Building Leaders, Transmitting Knowledge.”

http://news.miami.edu/alumni/stories/2023/02/edward-dauer-college-of-engineering.html




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Triple alumnus, artist Xavier Cortada explores engagement through ecological art in new TED Talk

For Xavier Cortada, A.B. ’86, J.D. ’91, M.P.A. ’91—a professor of practice at the University of Miami—one of art’s most important purposes is opening people’s eyes to the potential power they have.

http://news.miami.edu/alumni/stories/2022/12/xavier-cortada-ted-talk.html