Topic: Faculty and Staff

Alicia Hall Moran Named Inaugural Chamber Music Artist-In-Residence

The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami is pleased to announce the appointment of multi-dimensional artist Alicia Hall Moran as its inaugural Chamber Music Artist-in-Residence.

Alicia Hall Moran Named Inaugural Chamber Music Artist-In-Residence

The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami is pleased to announce the appointment of multi-dimensional artist Alicia Hall Moran as its inaugural Chamber Music Artist-in-Residence.


Ties that bind

A&S alumnus Robert G. Finizio, a successful businessman in the pharmaceutical industry, shares fond memories of his time at the “U.”

Ties that bind

A&S alumnus Robert G. Finizio, a successful businessman in the pharmaceutical industry, shares fond memories of his time at the “U.”



Designing Mobile Healthcare

Studio Course Links Students with World-Class Experts

Designing Mobile Healthcare

Studio Course Links Students with World-Class Experts



New report projects severe coral bleaching globally in this century

Lead author is a scientist with NOAA’s Cooperative Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Science

New report projects severe coral bleaching globally in this century

Lead author is a scientist with NOAA’s Cooperative Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Science




What’s open, closed on campus during the winter recess

As students and faculty and staff members prepare to wrap up the Fall 2020 semester, here’s a look at the availability of facilities and services during the break.

What’s open, closed on campus during the winter recess

As students and faculty and staff members prepare to wrap up the Fall 2020 semester, here’s a look at the availability of facilities and services during the break.


Plan your next visit to a University wellness center

What you need to know before you visit a wellness center at UM.

Plan your next visit to a University wellness center

What you need to know before you visit a wellness center at UM.




Living at Lakeside

As the semester winds to a close, students and staff share their first experiences living in the University’s highly anticipated state-of-the-art housing complex.

Living at Lakeside

As the semester winds to a close, students and staff share their first experiences living in the University’s highly anticipated state-of-the-art housing complex.


Symposium to take the pulse of climate impacts on health

The Miller School of Medicine partners with the CLEO Institute on a virtual, three-day discussion and examination that begins on Nov. 19.

Symposium to take the pulse of climate impacts on health

The Miller School of Medicine partners with the CLEO Institute on a virtual, three-day discussion and examination that begins on Nov. 19.




Political candidates need to understand, respond to Latino voters

The 2020 Presidential Election proved that the Hispanic electorate is complex and that campaigners need to make a connection with different communities.

Political candidates need to understand, respond to Latino voters

The 2020 Presidential Election proved that the Hispanic electorate is complex and that campaigners need to make a connection with different communities.



Take the ECO Pledge 2021; small changes can make a big difference

To protect and restore our planetary health, start by making attainable lifestyle changes at home.

Take the ECO Pledge 2021; small changes can make a big difference

To protect and restore our planetary health, start by making attainable lifestyle changes at home.



GIS Day 2020

The Department of Geography and Regional Studies will hold the annual GIS Day event on November 18, 2020.

GIS Day 2020

The Department of Geography and Regional Studies will hold the annual GIS Day event on November 18, 2020.