Students developed an extended reality application for the International Inn, a historic hotel in northern Miami Beach.
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Students’ projects propel their education into the future

Four students are wrapping up projects this summer as part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed them to explore a topic in their field of interest that is enhanced by using virtual, augmented, or mixed reality.

Students’ projects propel their education into the future

Four students are wrapping up projects this summer as part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed them to explore a topic in their field of interest that is enhanced by using virtual, augmented, or mixed reality.

Student Government vice president selected for prestigious summer program

Ajiri Uzere, a senior at the University of Miami, was accepted into the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program. She shares how the experiences and opportunities provided to her have shaped who she is today.

stories/2021/06/student-government-vice-president-selected-for-prestigious-summer-program.html


Miami physician appointed new director of Student Health Service

An expert in emergency and family medicine, Dr. Emilio G. Volz, a University of Miami alumnus and double-board certified physician, will begin his new role on July 1.

stories/2021/06/miami-physician-appointed-new-director-of-student-health-service.html


Frost School faculty member celebrates in ‘Stride’ with Pulitzer win

Tania León, the 2021 Distinguished Composer-in-Residence for the Frost School of Music, was recently awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in music.

stories/2021/06/frost-school-faculty-member-celebrates-in-stride-with-pulitzer-win.html



Haiti expert: Country needs a ‘transitional government’

Professor Louis Herns Marcelin maintains the Caribbean nation needs oversight to ensure a free election after the current president faces demands to step down over allegations of corruption and collusion with local gangs.

stories/2021/06/haiti-expert-country-needs-a-transitional-government.html

Haiti expert: Country needs a ‘transitional government’

Professor Louis Herns Marcelin maintains the Caribbean nation needs oversight to ensure a free election after the current president faces demands to step down over allegations of corruption and collusion with local gangs.

stories/2021/06/haiti-expert-country-needs-a-transitional-government.html


Opinion: Compromise needed for tennis’ physical, mental challenges

To Arlette Perry, professor and chair of the Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences in the School of Education and Human Development, tennis is “like playing a physical chess match” that can be taxing for the athlete.

stories/2021/06/opinion-compromise-needed-for-tennis-physical,-mental-challenges.html

Opinion: Compromise needed for tennis’ physical, mental challenges

To Arlette Perry, professor and chair of the Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences in the School of Education and Human Development, tennis is “like playing a physical chess match” that can be taxing for the athlete.

stories/2021/06/opinion-compromise-needed-for-tennis-physical,-mental-challenges.html



College of Engineering launches innovative department

The college has created a Department of Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering to fulfill new aspirations and address challenging issues.

stories/2021/06/new,-innovative-department-launched-at-college-of-engineering.html

College of Engineering launches innovative department

The college has created a Department of Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering to fulfill new aspirations and address challenging issues.

stories/2021/06/new,-innovative-department-launched-at-college-of-engineering.html


Doctors assess COVID-19 ‘breakthrough’ cases in Miami

Three physicians from the Miller School of Medicine joined Centers for Disease Control and Prevention administrators to talk about these rare instances, effective treatments, and the virus variants that may be prompting them.

stories/2021/06/doctors-assess-covid-19-breakthrough-cases-in-miami.html

Doctors assess COVID-19 ‘breakthrough’ cases in Miami

Three physicians from the Miller School of Medicine joined Centers for Disease Control and Prevention administrators to talk about these rare instances, effective treatments, and the virus variants that may be prompting them.

stories/2021/06/doctors-assess-covid-19-breakthrough-cases-in-miami.html



Civil engineer helps build a better bridge

Christian C. Steputat, a Ph.D. candidate in the College of Engineering, has worked on design and construction projects all over the world, including the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas, and the guitar-shaped Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino here in Hollywood.

stories/2021/06/civil-engineer-helps-build-a-better-bridge.html

Civil engineer helps build a better bridge

Christian C. Steputat, a Ph.D. candidate in the College of Engineering, has worked on design and construction projects all over the world, including the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas, and the guitar-shaped Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino here in Hollywood.

stories/2021/06/civil-engineer-helps-build-a-better-bridge.html


Students’ extended reality projects propel their education into the future

Four students are wrapping up projects this summer as part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed them to explore a topic in their field of interest that is enhanced by using virtual, augmented, or mixed reality.

stories/2021/06/students-extended-reality-projects-propel-their-education-into-the-future.html

Students’ extended reality projects propel their education into the future

Four students are wrapping up projects this summer as part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed them to explore a topic in their field of interest that is enhanced by using virtual, augmented, or mixed reality.

stories/2021/06/students-extended-reality-projects-propel-their-education-into-the-future.html


Artist’s archive sheds light on ’60s, ’70s Cuba

German-born Anna Veltfort spent her formative years on the island, and her unique blog and historical material now have a special place in the University of Miami Libraries’ Cuban Heritage Collection.

stories/2021/06/artists-archive-sheds-light-on-60s,-70s-cuba.html

Artist’s archive sheds light on ’60s, ’70s Cuba

German-born Anna Veltfort spent her formative years on the island, and her unique blog and historical material now have a special place in the University of Miami Libraries’ Cuban Heritage Collection.

stories/2021/06/artists-archive-sheds-light-on-60s,-70s-cuba.html


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