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Who knew?

In this series highlighting the lesser-known facets of UM faculty and staff, get to know a fellow colleague and how she spends her time away from the U.


The State of the U

President Julio Frenk shared the University's strategic plan, The Roadmap to Our New Century. 


Sept. 24–30

A weekly series that will highlight events, benefits, perks, and items of interest for UM faculty and staff.


Benefits and Discounts

It’s Flu Season Again

UHealth’s patient-centered culture focuses on preventing illness in every way possible and getting the flu shot is an excellent way of protecting our patients, our families, and ourselves. Find out where you can get your flu shot.

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Announcements

Frost School Professor Earns First Emmy Award

stories/2018/09/frost-professor-emmy-award.html


Benefits and Discounts

Eye on the Prize

At the University of Miami, the tuition remission benefits program supports employees who seek to take professional development to the next level.

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Voices and Opinions

The Excitement That Change Brings

In his first column, Provost Jeffrey Duerk shares his personal experience with managing change, and offers advice to students, faculty, and staff about dealing with change throughout life’s transitions.

stories/2018/08/voices-jd-08-18.html

Voices and Opinions

The Excitement That Change Brings

In his first column, Provost Jeffrey Duerk shares his personal experience with managing change, and offers advice to students, faculty, and staff about dealing with change throughout life’s transitions.

stories/2018/08/voices-jd-08-18.html


Voices and Opinions

The Power of One U

In the first of a series of columns written by leaders from across the University, President Frenk reflects on the journey to the Roadmap to Our New Century and the upcoming State of the University on September 17.

stories/2018/08/voices-jf-08-18.html

Voices and Opinions

The Power of One U

In the first of a series of columns written by leaders from across the University, President Frenk reflects on the journey to the Roadmap to Our New Century and the upcoming State of the University on September 17.

stories/2018/08/voices-jf-08-18.html



Announcements

Tuition Remission Info Session

Attend an information session covering everything you need to know about using tuition remission benefits for dependents applying to UM.

stories/2018/08/tuition-remission-info.html

Announcements

Tuition Remission Info Session

Attend an information session covering everything you need to know about using tuition remission benefits for dependents applying to UM.

stories/2018/08/tuition-remission-info.html


Faculty

Home Sweet Home

Residential faculty member Leslie Knecht reflects on her recent move to Stanford Residential College.

stories/2018/08/residential-faculty.html

Faculty

Home Sweet Home

Residential faculty member Leslie Knecht reflects on her recent move to Stanford Residential College.

stories/2018/08/residential-faculty.html



Medical

An Ocean of Therapy

For volunteers from the Miller School of Medicine Department of Physical Therapy, Adaptive Beach Days are about fun, sun, water—and helping dreams come true.

Medical

An Ocean of Therapy

For volunteers from the Miller School of Medicine Department of Physical Therapy, Adaptive Beach Days are about fun, sun, water—and helping dreams come true.


Medical

Miller School Employees Mentor High School Students

UM has partnered with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization through its School-to-Work program since 2013. The program is a workplace-based one-on-one mentoring program in which employees volunteer to spend four hours a month working with a high school student. To learn more about the program, email Aniette Lauredo at alauredo@miami.edu.

Medical

Miller School Employees Mentor High School Students

UM has partnered with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization through its School-to-Work program since 2013. The program is a workplace-based one-on-one mentoring program in which employees volunteer to spend four hours a month working with a high school student. To learn more about the program, email Aniette Lauredo at alauredo@miami.edu.