Arts and Humanities

School of Communication professor Sallie Hughes stresses the importance of journalism as an institution following The Nobel Peace Prize announcement, which recognized the professional and personal sacrifices of news people.

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Students harmonize music talent with business savvy

With an emphasis on creative collaboration and cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit, the Frost School of Music’s Modern Artist Development and Entrepreneurship program prepares young musicians to navigate the dynamic and mercurial music industry.

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Students harmonize music talent with business savvy

With an emphasis on creative collaboration and cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit, the Frost School of Music’s Modern Artist Development and Entrepreneurship program prepares young musicians to navigate the dynamic and mercurial music industry.

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Students harmonize music talent with business savvy

With an emphasis on creative collaboration and cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit, the Frost School of Music’s Modern Artist Development and Entrepreneurship program prepares young musicians to navigate the dynamic and mercurial music industry.

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Students harmonize music talent with business savvy

With an emphasis on creative collaboration and cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit, the Frost School of Music’s Modern Artist Development and Entrepreneurship program prepares young musicians to navigate the dynamic and mercurial music industry.

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Artist’s books created by students are unique expressions

An installation of artist’s books on display in the Ashe Building highlight a distinctive art form, which uses a mélange of materials to tell a personal story and create a link between students and the University of Miami Libraries Special Collections.

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Artist’s books created by students are unique expressions

An installation of artist’s books on display in the Ashe Building highlight a distinctive art form, which uses a mélange of materials to tell a personal story and create a link between students and the University of Miami Libraries Special Collections.

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Artist’s books created by students are unique expressions

An installation of artist’s books on display in the Ashe Building highlight a distinctive art form, which uses a mélange of materials to tell a personal story and create a link between students and the University of Miami Libraries Special Collections.

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Researcher awarded $3.8 million grant for literacy study

Mary Beth Calhoon will use the Institute of Education Sciences grant to study the effects of an intensive reading program for middle school students with or at-risk for reading disabilities.

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Researcher awarded $3.8 million grant for literacy study

Mary Beth Calhoon will use the Institute of Education Sciences grant to study the effects of an intensive reading program for middle school students with or at-risk for reading disabilities.

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Cuban Heritage Collection acquires works of prolific poet

The collection of Jose Kozer, the renowned and award-winning poet, includes all his journals, notebooks, publications, and library.

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Cuban Heritage Collection acquires works of prolific poet

The collection of Jose Kozer, the renowned and award-winning poet, includes all his journals, notebooks, publications, and library.

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October guide to the Arts at the U

Check out this comprehensive list of arts-related events happening this month, from concerts and exhibitions to interactive discussions and a live play.

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October guide to the Arts at the U

Check out this comprehensive list of arts-related events happening this month, from concerts and exhibitions to interactive discussions and a live play.

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Alumna has reason to celebrate ‘Diana: The Musical’

Ronnie Jackowitz Jacobson shares her journey from teacher to Broadway producer.

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Faculty members use PETAL platform to bolster teaching talents

The University of Miami is elevating the art of teaching by launching the Platform for Excellence in Teaching and Learning website, which makes new resources available to all faculty members looking to refresh their skills.

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‘Evicted’ selected for One Book, One U

The Pulitzer Prize-winning book studies eight poor families in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as they struggle to keep a roof over their heads; it also integrates the landlord’s perspective. Harvard professor Matthew Desmond, the author, will join a discussion with the University of Miami community in February.

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Resurrected Ebony magazine reaches for its niche

Can the magazine that once highlighted Black success attract readers today? Members of the University community weigh in on the periodical’s past and its return to publication.

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Resurrected Ebony magazine reaches for its niche

Can the magazine that once highlighted Black success attract readers today? Members of the University community weigh in on the periodical’s past and its return to publication.

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Live concerts are back at Frost with a star-studded lineup

Students at the Frost School of Music prepare to perform with some of the best entertainers during this season’s Frost Music Live concert series.

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Live concerts are back at Frost with a star-studded lineup

Students at the Frost School of Music prepare to perform with some of the best entertainers during this season’s Frost Music Live concert series.

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Why do we collect things?

Various members of the University of Miami community, as well as collectors, offer a myriad of reasons for the fascination with accumulating items of interest.

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Why do we collect things?

Various members of the University of Miami community, as well as collectors, offer a myriad of reasons for the fascination with accumulating items of interest.

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September guide to the arts at the U

Check out this comprehensive list of arts-related events happening this month on and off campus that includes a roundup of exciting concerts, exhibitions, and interactive discussions.

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September guide to the arts at the U

Check out this comprehensive list of arts-related events happening this month on and off campus that includes a roundup of exciting concerts, exhibitions, and interactive discussions.

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Peafowl proliferation in the Grove: Is it paradise or a problem?

A film by University of Miami faculty members documents the controversy and the efforts of the City of Miami to curtail the problem of a growing pheasant population in Coconut Grove.

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Peafowl proliferation in the Grove: Is it paradise or a problem?

A film by University of Miami faculty members documents the controversy and the efforts of the City of Miami to curtail the problem of a growing pheasant population in Coconut Grove.

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Legendary drummer’s visit to Frost School memorable

As the world mourns the loss of Charlie Watts, drummer for the Rolling Stones, Shelly Berg, dean of the Frost School of Music, remembers the time when the musician made a special visit to the University.

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Legendary drummer’s visit to Frost School memorable

As the world mourns the loss of Charlie Watts, drummer for the Rolling Stones, Shelly Berg, dean of the Frost School of Music, remembers the time when the musician made a special visit to the University.

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The Lowe welcomes back in-person visitors

The Lowe Art Museum on the Coral Gables Campus has reopened to the general public and will now offer free admission through May 31, 2022.

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The Lowe welcomes back in-person visitors

The Lowe Art Museum on the Coral Gables Campus has reopened to the general public and will now offer free admission through May 31, 2022.

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