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The Energy and Conservation Organization was recognized with the 2018 Roberta “Bosey” Fulbright Foote Prize for sparking green awareness and inspiring sustainable initiatives on campus.


Exposing Corruption Is a National Honor

The Brazilian judge whose office spearheaded a massive corruption and bribery investigation said that his country’s legal system and democracy are stronger as a result.

Exposing Corruption Is a National Honor

The Brazilian judge whose office spearheaded a massive corruption and bribery investigation said that his country’s legal system and democracy are stronger as a result.

Exposing Corruption Is a National Honor

The Brazilian judge whose office spearheaded a massive corruption and bribery investigation said that his country’s legal system and democracy are stronger as a result.


Pumped to Take a Stand

Participants of the ninth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event on campus pledge to help end sexual violence against women.

Pumped to Take a Stand

Participants of the ninth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event on campus pledge to help end sexual violence against women.


Old Rhetoric for a New Generation

A University of Miami political scientist explores what a transition of power in Cuba means for its future.


A Legacy of Change

It’s been a year and half since his wife of almost 52 years, Nancy T. Clasby, a pioneering English professor who stood up for those who couldn’t stand for themselves, passed away. But Eugene Clasby, English professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, still beams with admiration when he says her name.


Collaboration Is Key to Success

Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers called for economic policies and practices that embrace collaboration and accountability.


Gaining Real-World Experience in Improving Communities

UM team takes first place in Impact Investing in Commercial Real Estate competition.


Count Them. Nine. Yes, Nine.

For a generation of Juan family members, all roads lead to the University of Miami for their education.


Zooming in on Black Culture

UMTV airs its first-ever program designed to showcase the experience and excellence of black students.



Assessing Palliative Care Worldwide

A symposium is addressing key findings of the groundbreaking Lancet Commission Report on palliative care and proposing solutions to existing problems.

Assessing Palliative Care Worldwide

A symposium is addressing key findings of the groundbreaking Lancet Commission Report on palliative care and proposing solutions to existing problems.


MLK's Legacy for Justice

The UM community reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. five decades after his death.

MLK's Legacy for Justice

The UM community reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. five decades after his death.



Building Back a Better Caribbean

Turning ideas to action fueled the Clinton Foundation’s CGI Action Network Post-Disaster Recovery conference on the Caribbean held at UM.

Building Back a Better Caribbean

Turning ideas to action fueled the Clinton Foundation’s CGI Action Network Post-Disaster Recovery conference on the Caribbean held at UM.


Operation Bases Loaded

The full-scale exercise was designed to help first responders, law enforcement and emergency managers better prepare for emergencies.

Operation Bases Loaded

The full-scale exercise was designed to help first responders, law enforcement and emergency managers better prepare for emergencies.



Climate Change and Financial Regulation

Caroline Bradley, professor of law, explores the financial implications of climate change.

Climate Change and Financial Regulation

Caroline Bradley, professor of law, explores the financial implications of climate change.


Facebook: The State v. Social Media

What is the impact data mining will have on Facebook, on other industry giants and overall privacy rights?

Facebook: The State v. Social Media

What is the impact data mining will have on Facebook, on other industry giants and overall privacy rights?


‘Powerful Performances’

Makayla Manning, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumna and University of Miami freshman, helped organize the March for Our Lives protest on Miami Beach.

‘Powerful Performances’

Makayla Manning, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumna and University of Miami freshman, helped organize the March for Our Lives protest on Miami Beach.


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