Topic: People and Community

The U.S. Constitution celebrates its 234th birthday

A willingness to compromise, a gentleman’s code of civic virtue and service, and a commitment to the collective good of the country are characteristics that defined the 39 brave men who, on Sept. 17, 1787, penned their names to the final draft of the document that changed the United States, according to a constitutional specialist.

The U.S. Constitution celebrates its 234th birthday

A willingness to compromise, a gentleman’s code of civic virtue and service, and a commitment to the collective good of the country are characteristics that defined the 39 brave men who, on Sept. 17, 1787, penned their names to the final draft of the document that changed the United States, according to a constitutional specialist.


Researcher examines how circular currents of water impact storms

Warm water eddies that break off from the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico can supercharge hurricanes in only a few hours, Rosenstiel School oceanographer Lynn “Nick” Shay’s research reveals.

Researcher examines how circular currents of water impact storms

Warm water eddies that break off from the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico can supercharge hurricanes in only a few hours, Rosenstiel School oceanographer Lynn “Nick” Shay’s research reveals.



Student learns from NOAA scientists during summer program

Ava De Leon was one of only 15 students accepted into an inclusive fisheries 10-week internship offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.

Student learns from NOAA scientists during summer program

Ava De Leon was one of only 15 students accepted into an inclusive fisheries 10-week internship offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.



Theranos trial highlights the dark side of leadership

The high-profile fraud trial of Theranos startup founder Elizabeth Holmes exposes a shadow side of leadership that undermines healthy workplace culture, according to Linda Neider, chair of the Miami Herbert Business School’s Management Department.

Theranos trial highlights the dark side of leadership

The high-profile fraud trial of Theranos startup founder Elizabeth Holmes exposes a shadow side of leadership that undermines healthy workplace culture, according to Linda Neider, chair of the Miami Herbert Business School’s Management Department.




University earns recognition as a platinum green business

The City of Coral Gables will present the University with a Platinum Green Business Certification at a City Commission meeting later this month.

University earns recognition as a platinum green business

The City of Coral Gables will present the University with a Platinum Green Business Certification at a City Commission meeting later this month.


Events celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, National Hispanic Heritage Month commemorates the culture and history of Hispanic and Latinx Americans. At the University of Miami, students, and faculty and staff members prepare programs to encourage learning, dialogue, and celebrations.

Events celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, National Hispanic Heritage Month commemorates the culture and history of Hispanic and Latinx Americans. At the University of Miami, students, and faculty and staff members prepare programs to encourage learning, dialogue, and celebrations.




Resurrected Ebony magazine reaches for its niche

Can the magazine that once highlighted Black success attract readers today? Members of the University community weigh in on the periodical’s past and its return to publication.

Resurrected Ebony magazine reaches for its niche

Can the magazine that once highlighted Black success attract readers today? Members of the University community weigh in on the periodical’s past and its return to publication.


Psychologists: Masks do not impede preschoolers’ language development

A team of psychology researchers observed that young children produce the same amount of language whether or not they are wearing masks. Another finding showed that kids produce more complex speech sounds while wearing masks than without them.

Psychologists: Masks do not impede preschoolers’ language development

A team of psychology researchers observed that young children produce the same amount of language whether or not they are wearing masks. Another finding showed that kids produce more complex speech sounds while wearing masks than without them.




A prideful week returns to campus

Hosted by the LGBTQ Student Center, Pride Week invites all members of the University community to embrace the LGBTQIA+ community with both on- and off-campus programs

A prideful week returns to campus

Hosted by the LGBTQ Student Center, Pride Week invites all members of the University community to embrace the LGBTQIA+ community with both on- and off-campus programs



Between two worlds, alumna finds her true self

Josephine Caminos Oría, M.A. ’02, explores her family’s Argentine culinary heritage and tableside traditions in a new memoir of a life lived between two worlds.