Topic: College of Arts and Sciences

Mapping the global highways of hate

A team of researchers created the first mapping model of its kind to track how hate spreads and adapts online, and, they hope, to thwart it.

Mapping the global highways of hate

A team of researchers created the first mapping model of its kind to track how hate spreads and adapts online, and, they hope, to thwart it.


Drinking water challenges on the rise

University of Miami professors who study water treatment and civil engineering say that water contamination issues point to human error.

Drinking water challenges on the rise

University of Miami professors who study water treatment and civil engineering say that water contamination issues point to human error.



Is Newark the next Flint?

University of Miami experts in health geography, law, and public health weigh in on some of the issues surrounding the water-contamination crisis in New Jersey’s largest city.

Is Newark the next Flint?

University of Miami experts in health geography, law, and public health weigh in on some of the issues surrounding the water-contamination crisis in New Jersey’s largest city.



A world away

Dozens of University of Miami students seized the opportunity to learn across the world this summer.

A world away

Dozens of University of Miami students seized the opportunity to learn across the world this summer.




Refusing to Choose

Student pursues passions through A&S independent major program.

Refusing to Choose

Student pursues passions through A&S independent major program.


Remembering Woodstock

Marc Gellman, a University of Miami research associate professor, recounts his experience attending the historic Woodstock music festival in 1969.