Topic: People and Community

For the poor, little access to clean water increases COVID-19 risk

A study led by Justin Stoler, University of Miami associate professor, analyzes how water insecurity can hinder strategies to stymie the coronavirus.

For the poor, little access to clean water increases COVID-19 risk

A study led by Justin Stoler, University of Miami associate professor, analyzes how water insecurity can hinder strategies to stymie the coronavirus.


A busy Atlantic hurricane season looms

Warm ocean temperatures combined with neutral El Niño conditions could make this hurricane season one of the most active on record. And then there is the COVID-19 pandemic.

A busy Atlantic hurricane season looms

Warm ocean temperatures combined with neutral El Niño conditions could make this hurricane season one of the most active on record. And then there is the COVID-19 pandemic.



5 Questions: John A. Gulla '11

John Gulla, emergency management coordinator, shares his thoughts about preparedness and safety related to the pandemic.

5 Questions: John A. Gulla '11

John Gulla, emergency management coordinator, shares his thoughts about preparedness and safety related to the pandemic.



University students convert recyclables into cash donations for charity

The creators of Cycle Technology, recent winners of the Miami Herald Startup Pitch Competition, provide a way to streamline plastic and aluminum items while rewarding its users.

University students convert recyclables into cash donations for charity

The creators of Cycle Technology, recent winners of the Miami Herald Startup Pitch Competition, provide a way to streamline plastic and aluminum items while rewarding its users.




Business leaders address ‘Leading in a Time of Crisis’

The University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School lecture series continue this spring and then relaunches in the fall with a robust array of business leaders addressing the challenges and opportunities sparked by the coronavirus.

Business leaders address ‘Leading in a Time of Crisis’

The University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School lecture series continue this spring and then relaunches in the fall with a robust array of business leaders addressing the challenges and opportunities sparked by the coronavirus.


Kelsey De Santis, M.A. '19

Marine, MMA fighter, and businesswoman Kelsey De Santis leads by example.

Kelsey De Santis, M.A. '19

Marine, MMA fighter, and businesswoman Kelsey De Santis leads by example.




Alumnus’ planned gift will support English scholarships

The University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences has received a planned gift to create the Drs. Henry and Francine Sikorski Endowed Scholarship Fund in English.

Alumnus’ planned gift will support English scholarships

The University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences has received a planned gift to create the Drs. Henry and Francine Sikorski Endowed Scholarship Fund in English.


UM Rosenstiel School marine ecologist speaks at Capitol Hill Ocean Week

UM Rosenstiel School researcher Neil Hammerschlag will join the June 9 virtual panel

UM Rosenstiel School marine ecologist speaks at Capitol Hill Ocean Week

UM Rosenstiel School researcher Neil Hammerschlag will join the June 9 virtual panel




Jack And Harriet Rosenfeld Foundation Program in Jewish Education

The Jack and Harriet Rosenfeld Foundation Program in Jewish Education at the University of Miami School of Education and Human Development was established in 2009 to support and enhance education in the Jewish schools throughout South Florida.

Jack And Harriet Rosenfeld Foundation Program in Jewish Education

The Jack and Harriet Rosenfeld Foundation Program in Jewish Education at the University of Miami School of Education and Human Development was established in 2009 to support and enhance education in the Jewish schools throughout South Florida.