Topic: Academics

Honor Isaac Prilleltensky’s 11 years of service as Dean of School of Education and Human Development

To honor Isaac Prilleltensky’s 11 years of distinguished service as Dean of the School of Education and Human Development, an endowment is being established or the Community Well-Being Doctoral Program by the Richard J. Kurtz Family.

Honor Isaac Prilleltensky’s 11 years of service as Dean of School of Education and Human Development

To honor Isaac Prilleltensky’s 11 years of distinguished service as Dean of the School of Education and Human Development, an endowment is being established or the Community Well-Being Doctoral Program by the Richard J. Kurtz Family.


Master’s degree in Education with 95% tuition funding

The University of Miami (UM) along with partner Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) propose to work together to support teachers and improve K-12 student learning in schools serving high-needs populations (H-NPs; defined as culturally and linguistically diverse and/or Special Education students) in inclusive, regular, or special education secondary classrooms.

Master’s degree in Education with 95% tuition funding

The University of Miami (UM) along with partner Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) propose to work together to support teachers and improve K-12 student learning in schools serving high-needs populations (H-NPs; defined as culturally and linguistically diverse and/or Special Education students) in inclusive, regular, or special education secondary classrooms.



PhD Candidate Recognized as GoMRI Scholar for Oil Spill Research

PhD Candidate Mary Jacketti has been recognized as a Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) Scholar for her research on expanding the capabilities to track sunken oil.

PhD Candidate Recognized as GoMRI Scholar for Oil Spill Research

PhD Candidate Mary Jacketti has been recognized as a Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) Scholar for her research on expanding the capabilities to track sunken oil.



University of Miami to pilot ‘test optional’ admissions for next year

The temporary move to drop standardized testing requirements will hopefully eliminate some of the stress students are feeling during the pandemic.

University of Miami to pilot ‘test optional’ admissions for next year

The temporary move to drop standardized testing requirements will hopefully eliminate some of the stress students are feeling during the pandemic.




2017 Graduation Ceremony

School of Education and Human Development students, family members, and faculty at the Spring 2017 graduation ceremony on May 13 at the courtyard reception.

2017 Graduation Ceremony

School of Education and Human Development students, family members, and faculty at the Spring 2017 graduation ceremony on May 13 at the courtyard reception.


UM Sport Industry Conference

The University of Miami Sport Industry Conference will bring together leading minds in the sport business industry in an educational setting as a catalyst for in-depth discussions on cutting-edge industry issues, while also presenting networking opportunities for the sport business industry at-large to join together for career growth and collaboration.

UM Sport Industry Conference

The University of Miami Sport Industry Conference will bring together leading minds in the sport business industry in an educational setting as a catalyst for in-depth discussions on cutting-edge industry issues, while also presenting networking opportunities for the sport business industry at-large to join together for career growth and collaboration.




New undergraduate health course seizes the perfect teaching moment

As the coronavirus swept into South Florida, students in the inaugural Your Health, Your Immune System, Your Microbiota course had firsthand lessons about protecting their health as they watched history—and science—in the making.

New undergraduate health course seizes the perfect teaching moment

As the coronavirus swept into South Florida, students in the inaugural Your Health, Your Immune System, Your Microbiota course had firsthand lessons about protecting their health as they watched history—and science—in the making.