Roadmap to Our New Century

During his State of the U Town Hall on Thursday evening, President Julio Frenk updated the University of Miami community on the Roadmap to Our New Century, saying that the institution remains on course to meet the goals of its ambitious strategic plan by 2025.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/a-resilient-university-marches-toward-its-centennial.html


New class aims to foster climate-savvy leaders

The University is offering its first cross-disciplinary course focused on climate resilience and taught by a variety of key faculty members from across the institution.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/new-class-aims-to-foster-climate-savvy-leaders.html

New class aims to foster climate-savvy leaders

The University is offering its first cross-disciplinary course focused on climate resilience and taught by a variety of key faculty members from across the institution.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/new-class-aims-to-foster-climate-savvy-leaders.html

New class aims to foster climate-savvy leaders

The University is offering its first cross-disciplinary course focused on climate resilience and taught by a variety of key faculty members from across the institution.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/new-class-aims-to-foster-climate-savvy-leaders.html

New class aims to foster climate-savvy leaders

The University is offering its first cross-disciplinary course focused on climate resilience and taught by a variety of key faculty members from across the institution.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/new-class-aims-to-foster-climate-savvy-leaders.html


Giving by donors, alumni drives transformational year

The public launch of Ever Brighter, the University’s most ambitious fundraising campaign ever, sparked a year of inspired giving and enduring impact.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/07/donors,-alumni-giving-fundraising-drive-transformational-year.html

Giving by donors, alumni drives transformational year

The public launch of Ever Brighter, the University’s most ambitious fundraising campaign ever, sparked a year of inspired giving and enduring impact.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/07/donors,-alumni-giving-fundraising-drive-transformational-year.html

Giving by donors, alumni drives transformational year

The public launch of Ever Brighter, the University’s most ambitious fundraising campaign ever, sparked a year of inspired giving and enduring impact.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/07/donors,-alumni-giving-fundraising-drive-transformational-year.html


Engineers explore innovative ways to improve resilience of coastal structures

University of Miami engineering and ocean sciences faculty members received federal research funding recently to delve into how they can strengthen coastal buildings and seawalls in the face of climate change.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/06/engineers-explore-innovative-ways-to-improve-resilience-of-coastal-structures.html

Engineers explore innovative ways to improve resilience of coastal structures

University of Miami engineering and ocean sciences faculty members received federal research funding recently to delve into how they can strengthen coastal buildings and seawalls in the face of climate change.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/06/engineers-explore-innovative-ways-to-improve-resilience-of-coastal-structures.html


University of Miami to establish The George P. Hanley Democracy Center

The center, set to launch this fall, will study the practice of democratic politics both in the United States and globally and will offer research grants and public programming.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/06/university-of-miami-to-establish-the-george-p.-hanley-democracy-center.html

University of Miami to establish The George P. Hanley Democracy Center

The center, set to launch this fall, will study the practice of democratic politics both in the United States and globally and will offer research grants and public programming.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/06/university-of-miami-to-establish-the-george-p.-hanley-democracy-center.html


Climate Resilience Academy ushers in new era of research, solutions

The University of Miami will launch a new Climate Resilience Academy, a functional research and coordinating hub supporting the University’s academic units and pursuing an interdisciplinary approach that links with private and public partners to solve impacts of climate change and other complex global issues.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/04/climate-resilience-academy-ushers-in-new-era-of-research,-solutions.html

Climate Resilience Academy ushers in new era of research, solutions

The University of Miami will launch a new Climate Resilience Academy, a functional research and coordinating hub supporting the University’s academic units and pursuing an interdisciplinary approach that links with private and public partners to solve impacts of climate change and other complex global issues.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/04/climate-resilience-academy-ushers-in-new-era-of-research,-solutions.html


Recommitting to diversity and celebrating Black awareness

President Julio Frenk celebrates the importance of diversity and inclusion and several new initiatives that highlight the accomplishments of Black students and alumni of the University of Miami.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/02/recommitting-to-diversity-and-celebrating-black-awareness.html


Annual teaching awards open for nominations

The Office of the Provost is accepting nominations for its teaching awards that will recognize outstanding faculty members. Submit your candidates by Friday, March 11.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/02/annual-teaching-awards-open-for-nominations.html


U-LINK advances exploration of complex problems

From focusing on the immediate threat of an impending weather to helping cities respond to climate change impacts, projects from the University of Miami Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge have made great headway in their research.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/02/u-link-advances-exploration-of-complex-problems.html



Moody’s upgrades the University of Miami’s bond rating

The national credit rating service noted sound fiscal management policies and the University’s growing national reputation as markers that supported the upgrade.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/02/moodys-upgrades-the-university-of-miamis-bond-rating.html

Moody’s upgrades the University of Miami’s bond rating

The national credit rating service noted sound fiscal management policies and the University’s growing national reputation as markers that supported the upgrade.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/02/moodys-upgrades-the-university-of-miamis-bond-rating.html


Construction of Centennial Village back on track

After active site work for Centennial Village was paused because of the pandemic, the project ramps up this month to prepare for the demolition of Hecht Residential College in May 2022.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2021/12/construction-of-centennial-village-back-on-track.html

Construction of Centennial Village back on track

After active site work for Centennial Village was paused because of the pandemic, the project ramps up this month to prepare for the demolition of Hecht Residential College in May 2022.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2021/12/construction-of-centennial-village-back-on-track.html



Kobetz honored with endowed chair

Erin Kobetz, vice provost for research and scholarship, was recently presented with the John K. and Judy H. Schulte Senior Endowed Chair in Cancer Research.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2021/12/kobetz-honored-with-endowed-chair.html

Kobetz honored with endowed chair

Erin Kobetz, vice provost for research and scholarship, was recently presented with the John K. and Judy H. Schulte Senior Endowed Chair in Cancer Research.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2021/12/kobetz-honored-with-endowed-chair.html


$5 million gift names Miami Herbert Business School’s graduate career advancement center

The gift from the Carmen and Joe Unanue Family Foundation will bolster resources for career development and help propel graduate students toward successful careers.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2021/11/5-million-gift-names-miami-herbert-business-schools-graduate-career-advancement-center.html

$5 million gift names Miami Herbert Business School’s graduate career advancement center

The gift from the Carmen and Joe Unanue Family Foundation will bolster resources for career development and help propel graduate students toward successful careers.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2021/11/5-million-gift-names-miami-herbert-business-schools-graduate-career-advancement-center.html




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