In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, two public health sciences students traveled to Puerto Rico to document a community’s pressing needs.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2018/06/i-want-to-give-them-hope.html



Grad Students

Another Day in Paradise?

Though many see the Keys as an idyllic place to live, a SONHS researcher tracks a link between access to housing and the area’s high suicide rates.

stories/2018/default-folder/another-day-in-paradise.html


Grad Scoop

The UM Alumni Association Launches New App

The University of Miami Alumni Association’s new mobile app keeps you digitally connected with UM in ways like never before.

https://news.miami.edu/alumni//stories/2018/05/new-um-alumni-app.html




Grad Schools & Colleges

Dean Henri Ford is Passionate about Leading the Miller School to its ‘Fullest Potential’

As he begins his adventure as dean of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Henri R. Ford, M.D., says he is “extraordinarily excited and at the same time humbled by this great privilege.”



Grad Scoop

Job Opportunity: Graduate Assistant, Residential Academic Initiatives

The Office of Academic Enhancement is looking for a Graduate Assistant for Residential Academic Initiatives for the 2018-2019 academic year.

stories/2018/05/graduate-assistant-for-rai.html


Grad Students

An Interdisciplinary Vision for Protecting Marine Life in Cuba

Shireen Rahimi combines her love of photography with research on coral reef management as a doctoral student at UM’s Abess Center

stories/2018/05/an-interdisciplinary-vision-for-protecting-marine-life-in-cuba.html