Topic: Alumni

Juneteenth: ‘A day for commemoration, serious contemplation’

A law school professor and a historian and the University’s former special advisor on race explore the legacy of the historical proclamation that abolished slavery.

Juneteenth: ‘A day for commemoration, serious contemplation’

A law school professor and a historian and the University’s former special advisor on race explore the legacy of the historical proclamation that abolished slavery.


Summertime is a time to relax and take vacations

A recent Pew Research Center survey shows that many Americans fail to take their allotted vacation days. A University of Miami professor shares that vacations are “vital to well-being.”

Summertime is a time to relax and take vacations

A recent Pew Research Center survey shows that many Americans fail to take their allotted vacation days. A University of Miami professor shares that vacations are “vital to well-being.”



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.

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.



Law enforcement leader and double ’Cane Ed Hudak receives accolade

The former Hurricane football player and longtime Coral Gables chief of police was recently honored by his peers in law enforcement.

Law enforcement leader and double ’Cane Ed Hudak receives accolade

The former Hurricane football player and longtime Coral Gables chief of police was recently honored by his peers in law enforcement.




CANS Hosts 2024 State of the Science

SONHS Dean Santos and students address nation’s ‘top nursing research conference.

CANS Hosts 2024 State of the Science

SONHS Dean Santos and students address nation’s ‘top nursing research conference.


Julio Frenk leaves behind a legacy of achievement

The University of Miami’s first Hispanic and native Spanish-speaking president, Julio Frenk, is departing the institution to become the next chancellor of UCLA. From academics to health care to fundraising, his accomplishments at the U span the $4.1 billion enterprise.

Julio Frenk leaves behind a legacy of achievement

The University of Miami’s first Hispanic and native Spanish-speaking president, Julio Frenk, is departing the institution to become the next chancellor of UCLA. From academics to health care to fundraising, his accomplishments at the U span the $4.1 billion enterprise.




Find a book to read this summer

University members recommend books that made an impact on them.

Find a book to read this summer

University members recommend books that made an impact on them.


Artist Jacob Collier Dazzles and Inspires Frost Students

The brilliant, unconventional musician Jacob Collier, beloved for his audience choirs and genre-defying creativity, captivated Frost School of Music students in a masterclass.

Artist Jacob Collier Dazzles and Inspires Frost Students

The brilliant, unconventional musician Jacob Collier, beloved for his audience choirs and genre-defying creativity, captivated Frost School of Music students in a masterclass.




Making waves

As part of a commitment to help protect coastal communities and marine life, Rosenstiel School doctoral student Peisen Tan studies the dynamics of waves powered for storms.

Making waves

As part of a commitment to help protect coastal communities and marine life, Rosenstiel School doctoral student Peisen Tan studies the dynamics of waves powered for storms.



Are China and Russia allies?

The two authoritarian powers have forged closer ties and China, though professing neutrality, has tacitly supported Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Yet their strategic self-interests preclude a formal alliance, according to a University of Miami China specialist.