People and Community

The Center for Global Black Studies and the summer training program at the Miller School of Medicine welcomed students from the U.S. Virgin Islands who are embarking on a career in cardiovascular health.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/connecting-minorities-in-medicine.html


5 things you need to know this week

A weekly series designed to highlight events, benefits, perks, and items of interest for the University of Miami community.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/five-things-7-15-24.html

5 things you need to know this week

A weekly series designed to highlight events, benefits, perks, and items of interest for the University of Miami community.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/five-things-7-15-24.html

5 things you need to know this week

A weekly series designed to highlight events, benefits, perks, and items of interest for the University of Miami community.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/five-things-7-15-24.html

5 things you need to know this week

A weekly series designed to highlight events, benefits, perks, and items of interest for the University of Miami community.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/five-things-7-15-24.html


Investigating the genesis of hurricanes

Quinton Lawton, a recent Ph.D. graduate of the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science, studies the way in which Kelvin waves can influence the formation of tropical cyclones.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/investigating-the-genesis-of-hurricanes.html

Investigating the genesis of hurricanes

Quinton Lawton, a recent Ph.D. graduate of the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science, studies the way in which Kelvin waves can influence the formation of tropical cyclones.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/investigating-the-genesis-of-hurricanes.html

Investigating the genesis of hurricanes

Quinton Lawton, a recent Ph.D. graduate of the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science, studies the way in which Kelvin waves can influence the formation of tropical cyclones.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/investigating-the-genesis-of-hurricanes.html


Grief is a personal journey

A University of Miami psychologist offers a roadmap of how to cope during the aftermath of a devastating loss.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/grief-is-a-personal-journey.html

Grief is a personal journey

A University of Miami psychologist offers a roadmap of how to cope during the aftermath of a devastating loss.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/grief-is-a-personal-journey.html


What’s in the sludge? This intern seeks to know.

Together with a cohort of students from around the country, Jessica Jarratt is interning in a marine science laboratory in Virginia, quantifying and characterizing microplastics in biosolids.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/whats-in-the-sludge.html

What’s in the sludge? This intern seeks to know.

Together with a cohort of students from around the country, Jessica Jarratt is interning in a marine science laboratory in Virginia, quantifying and characterizing microplastics in biosolids.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/whats-in-the-sludge.html


Artists’ books blend the line between artwork and written text

The University of Miami Libraries Distinctive Collections have grown an impressive collection of these unique creations for everyone to explore.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/artists-books-blend-the-line-between-artwork-and-written-text.html

Artists’ books blend the line between artwork and written text

The University of Miami Libraries Distinctive Collections have grown an impressive collection of these unique creations for everyone to explore.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/artists-books-blend-the-line-between-artwork-and-written-text.html


NATO: 75 years collectively defending democratic liberties

A University historian outlines NATO’s formation, critical moments, and the import of U.S. leadership to maintain consensus as representatives of the 32 member nations convene for the alliance’s annual summit.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/nato-75-years-collectively-defending-democratic-liberties.html


Federal grant to support development of resilient infrastructure

The College of Engineering and the Climate Resilience Academy will spearhead a $2.3 million project to advance concrete technologies, part of a $19.5 million package awarded to the South Florida ClimateReady Tech Hub.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/federal-grant-to-support-development-of-resilient-infrastructure.html


Amplifying research that reaches the public

The University of Miami’s Center for HIV and Research in Mental Health is hosting its first weeklong program to train researchers in implementation science methods to help end the HIV epidemic.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/amplifying-research-that-reaches-the-public.html



Whether real or not, beware the ‘summer slide’

Two University of Miami professors provide tips on how parents can help their children continue to learn during the summer and be ready for the school year.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/whether-real-or-not-beware-the-summer-slide.html

Whether real or not, beware the ‘summer slide’

Two University of Miami professors provide tips on how parents can help their children continue to learn during the summer and be ready for the school year.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/whether-real-or-not-beware-the-summer-slide.html


Crypto is bouncing back

Cryptocurrency has made a surprising turnaround in the past year and, with more U.S. institutions accessing the digital currency, its future is trending up. A University of Miami economist and a law school alumnus specializing in the industry assess the factors.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/crypto-is-bouncing-back.html

Crypto is bouncing back

Cryptocurrency has made a surprising turnaround in the past year and, with more U.S. institutions accessing the digital currency, its future is trending up. A University of Miami economist and a law school alumnus specializing in the industry assess the factors.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/crypto-is-bouncing-back.html



Supporting startups

Cam Ezell stretched his entrepreneurship muscle as a venture consultant for The Launch Pad. This fall, he will continue working in the office as he begins his graduate studies.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/supporting-startups.html

Supporting startups

Cam Ezell stretched his entrepreneurship muscle as a venture consultant for The Launch Pad. This fall, he will continue working in the office as he begins his graduate studies.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/supporting-startups.html


Researcher’s determination helps small community achieve Superfund status

University of Miami environmental health scientist Naresh Kumar began measuring elevated levels of a highly toxic chemical in the soil and sediment of Guánica, Puerto Rico, more than a decade ago. Today, his efforts have helped the small community achieve status as an EPA Superfund site designated for cleanup.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/researchers-determination-helps-small-community-achieve-superfund-status.html

Researcher’s determination helps small community achieve Superfund status

University of Miami environmental health scientist Naresh Kumar began measuring elevated levels of a highly toxic chemical in the soil and sediment of Guánica, Puerto Rico, more than a decade ago. Today, his efforts have helped the small community achieve status as an EPA Superfund site designated for cleanup.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/researchers-determination-helps-small-community-achieve-superfund-status.html



Herbert Challenge aims to shape business school’s future

The Herbert Centennial Scholarship Challenge is set to inspire alumni and supporters and amplify their contributions toward the ongoing success of Miami Herbert Business School by matching gifts to endowed scholarships.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/herbert-challenge-aims-to-shape-business-schools-future.html

Herbert Challenge aims to shape business school’s future

The Herbert Centennial Scholarship Challenge is set to inspire alumni and supporters and amplify their contributions toward the ongoing success of Miami Herbert Business School by matching gifts to endowed scholarships.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/herbert-challenge-aims-to-shape-business-schools-future.html


What makes a good debater?

David Steinberg, the University of Miami’s director of debate and an expert in debate tactics, tells us what to look for in the upcoming presidential debate.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/what-makes-a-good-debater.html

What makes a good debater?

David Steinberg, the University of Miami’s director of debate and an expert in debate tactics, tells us what to look for in the upcoming presidential debate.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/what-makes-a-good-debater.html


Why do we cry?

A specialist with Bascom Palmer Eye Institute explains the importance of tears for both physical and emotional health.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/why-do-we-cry.html

Why do we cry?

A specialist with Bascom Palmer Eye Institute explains the importance of tears for both physical and emotional health.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/06/why-do-we-cry.html


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