Topic: People and Community

‘Big Election Course’ tackles timely political issues

Political science faculty members prepare to teach students the ins and outs of American politics during an election year—and a pandemic.

‘Big Election Course’ tackles timely political issues

Political science faculty members prepare to teach students the ins and outs of American politics during an election year—and a pandemic.


Scholarship program puts career dreams of more diverse nurses in reach

The School of Nursing and Health Studies has received renewed federal funding to increase the number of primary care nurse practitioners for minority populations.

Scholarship program puts career dreams of more diverse nurses in reach

The School of Nursing and Health Studies has received renewed federal funding to increase the number of primary care nurse practitioners for minority populations.



Student makes a difference by teaching dance

Leyla Shapiro, a junior at the University of Miami, spent her summer virtually giving instructions on Latin ballroom dancing to students with disabilities.

Student makes a difference by teaching dance

Leyla Shapiro, a junior at the University of Miami, spent her summer virtually giving instructions on Latin ballroom dancing to students with disabilities.



What spaghetti models do and don’t tell us about a hurricane

As the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season heads into its peak months, Brian McNoldy, senior research associate at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, answers questions about hurricane spaghetti models.

What spaghetti models do and don’t tell us about a hurricane

As the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season heads into its peak months, Brian McNoldy, senior research associate at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, answers questions about hurricane spaghetti models.




University hires 75 students to encourage healthy behaviors

The new Public Health Ambassadors program, formed to support the safe reopening of campus and COVID-19 operating plans, officially kicked off with a virtual training this week.

University hires 75 students to encourage healthy behaviors

The new Public Health Ambassadors program, formed to support the safe reopening of campus and COVID-19 operating plans, officially kicked off with a virtual training this week.


Experts discuss ways to predict and hopefully curb climate change

In their first Climate Café, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science faculty members and students detailed some of the effects of climate change in 2020.

Experts discuss ways to predict and hopefully curb climate change

In their first Climate Café, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science faculty members and students detailed some of the effects of climate change in 2020.




First Star mentorship fosters respect and resiliency

Student and faculty mentors and their foster-care teen mentees both reap rich rewards through interaction with the First Star University of Miami Academy.

First Star mentorship fosters respect and resiliency

Student and faculty mentors and their foster-care teen mentees both reap rich rewards through interaction with the First Star University of Miami Academy.


Central to the Community

How simulation is serving UHealth nurse anesthetists during the COVID-19 pandemic

Central to the Community

How simulation is serving UHealth nurse anesthetists during the COVID-19 pandemic




‘Big Election Course’ tackles big political issues

Political science faculty prepare to teach students the ins and outs of American politics during an election year—and a pandemic.

‘Big Election Course’ tackles big political issues

Political science faculty prepare to teach students the ins and outs of American politics during an election year—and a pandemic.