There are numerous ways to connect with the University of Miami during the two-day tech conference on Miami Beach.

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Is there a role for morality in science?

An upcoming symposium will explore how professionals in the science field can integrate moral questions into their research.

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Is there a role for morality in science?

An upcoming symposium will explore how professionals in the science field can integrate moral questions into their research.

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Is there a role for morality in science?

An upcoming symposium will explore how professionals in the science field can integrate moral questions into their research.

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Is there a role for morality in science?

An upcoming symposium will explore how professionals in the science field can integrate moral questions into their research.

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An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.

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An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.

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An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.

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Focus on dolphin rehabilitation and research

A one-of-a-kind course lets Rosenstiel students spend time with bottlenose dolphins at a rescue and rehabilitation facility in Key Largo.

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Focus on dolphin rehabilitation and research

A one-of-a-kind course lets Rosenstiel students spend time with bottlenose dolphins at a rescue and rehabilitation facility in Key Largo.

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Forum showcases undergraduate research

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach presents its annual celebration to promote innovation.

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Forum showcases undergraduate research

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach presents its annual celebration to promote innovation.

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Managing mental health after traumatic events

As a community struggling to heal suffers additional tragedies, College of Arts and Sciences associate professor Amanda Jensen-Doss discusses mental health as related to trauma.

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Managing mental health after traumatic events

As a community struggling to heal suffers additional tragedies, College of Arts and Sciences associate professor Amanda Jensen-Doss discusses mental health as related to trauma.

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A trip abroad opens new career paths

The School of Nursing and Health Studies’ global research training program for minority students is helping diversify the health sciences workforce.

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Researching the Caribbean

Associate professors William Pestle and Kathleen Sullivan Sealey traveled with students over spring break to Puerto Rico and the Bahamas on research trips that delve into the effects of climate change.

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Taking in the sights, sounds, and entertainment of Basel

Three School of Architecture students recount their first day in Switzerland, and some of the architectural wonders—and fun—they experienced.

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How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?

In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.

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How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?

In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.

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Couples’ therapy, digitized

College of Arts and Sciences researcher Brian Doss helps low-income couples through relationship issues, online.

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Couples’ therapy, digitized

College of Arts and Sciences researcher Brian Doss helps low-income couples through relationship issues, online.

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The emotional impact of dealing with deadly tornadoes

A University of Miami psychologist explains what victims of Sunday’s destructive tornadoes in the South are up against and how they can cope.

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The emotional impact of dealing with deadly tornadoes

A University of Miami psychologist explains what victims of Sunday’s destructive tornadoes in the South are up against and how they can cope.

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Highlighting inquiry at the U

The first annual Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on March 7 will allow more than 60 presenters to share their projects with the UM community.

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Highlighting inquiry at the U

The first annual Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on March 7 will allow more than 60 presenters to share their projects with the UM community.

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THINK program teaches students how to eat healthy and exercise

March is National Nutrition Month, and seventh graders at Henry S. West Laboratory School are learning all about nutrition and kinesiology from UM’s School of Education and Human Development.

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THINK program teaches students how to eat healthy and exercise

March is National Nutrition Month, and seventh graders at Henry S. West Laboratory School are learning all about nutrition and kinesiology from UM’s School of Education and Human Development.

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Closing the kindergarten readiness gap

Researcher Rebecca Bulotsky Shearer is leading a study aimed at increasing the number of kids who are ready to enter kindergarten classrooms.

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Closing the kindergarten readiness gap

Researcher Rebecca Bulotsky Shearer is leading a study aimed at increasing the number of kids who are ready to enter kindergarten classrooms.

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The fish whisperer

A matchmaker extraordinaire, Ricardo Cepeda, the manager of the UM Zebrafish Facility, is passionate about aquatic romance.

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The fish whisperer

A matchmaker extraordinaire, Ricardo Cepeda, the manager of the UM Zebrafish Facility, is passionate about aquatic romance.

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