Topic: Prospective Students

Spotlight on Anush Dawidjan: World Traveler, Retired Diplomat, and OLLI Instructor

Anush Dawidjan has spent years traveling the globe, visiting over 193 countries, all seven continents, and every US National Park.As an OLLI Instructor, she shares her love for food, culture, and international customs, as well as her top travel tips with members.

Spotlight on Anush Dawidjan: World Traveler, Retired Diplomat, and OLLI Instructor

Anush Dawidjan has spent years traveling the globe, visiting over 193 countries, all seven continents, and every US National Park.As an OLLI Instructor, she shares her love for food, culture, and international customs, as well as her top travel tips with members.


SONHS Awards Take Place at Lakeside Village

Fourteen individual students recognized and more than 200 grads receive their school pins during long-awaited return to in-person Spring Awards ceremonies

SONHS Awards Take Place at Lakeside Village

Fourteen individual students recognized and more than 200 grads receive their school pins during long-awaited return to in-person Spring Awards ceremonies



SONHS Grad Profiles

Spring Class of 2022 is shining ever brighter, with big plans for the future

SONHS Grad Profiles

Spring Class of 2022 is shining ever brighter, with big plans for the future



Welcoming English Language Learners at the University of Miami

The University of Miami’s Intensive English Program (IEP) creates a home on campus for international students seeking to improve their English reading, writing, and speaking skills.

Welcoming English Language Learners at the University of Miami

The University of Miami’s Intensive English Program (IEP) creates a home on campus for international students seeking to improve their English reading, writing, and speaking skills.




Medical sociologist strives to give a voice to the powerless

Newly minted Ph.D. Oshea Johnson has studied the impact of mass incarceration on the health of inmates and their significant others. He will soon begin a two-year postdoc as an epidemic intelligence service officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and hopes his research will serve as a platform for reform in the criminal legal and penal systems.

Medical sociologist strives to give a voice to the powerless

Newly minted Ph.D. Oshea Johnson has studied the impact of mass incarceration on the health of inmates and their significant others. He will soon begin a two-year postdoc as an epidemic intelligence service officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and hopes his research will serve as a platform for reform in the criminal legal and penal systems.