Topic: School of Education and Human Development

From the Desk of the Dean - April 2020

From the Desk of the Dean - April 2020


Multidisciplinary Panel Examines Opioid Addiction Interventions

Counseling psychologists, clinicians, and lawmakers can all play a role in addressing the nation’s opioid crisis, according to experts at a multidisciplinary panel hosted by the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD).

Multidisciplinary Panel Examines Opioid Addiction Interventions

Counseling psychologists, clinicians, and lawmakers can all play a role in addressing the nation’s opioid crisis, according to experts at a multidisciplinary panel hosted by the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD).



Sport Industry Conference Draws 400+ Attendees

From the Super Bowl to basketball, soccer and esports, the fifth annual University of Miami School of Education and Human Development’s (SEHD) Sport Industry Conference offered a variety of learning and networking opportunities to UM students.

Sport Industry Conference Draws 400+ Attendees

From the Super Bowl to basketball, soccer and esports, the fifth annual University of Miami School of Education and Human Development’s (SEHD) Sport Industry Conference offered a variety of learning and networking opportunities to UM students.



TAL Professor Beth Harry Reflects on 25 Years at SEHD

Professor Beth Harry brings a unique perspective to special education.

TAL Professor Beth Harry Reflects on 25 Years at SEHD

Professor Beth Harry brings a unique perspective to special education.




University of Miami School of Education and Human Development Leads Panel on Tackling the Opioid Epidemic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that between the years of 1999 to 2017, more than 700,000 people died from a drug overdose. The number of deaths that involved opioids was six times higher in 2017 than it was in 1999.

University of Miami School of Education and Human Development Leads Panel on Tackling the Opioid Epidemic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that between the years of 1999 to 2017, more than 700,000 people died from a drug overdose. The number of deaths that involved opioids was six times higher in 2017 than it was in 1999.


A video message to the University of Miami community from President Julio Frenk on the Coronavirus

UM continues to keep our university community abreast on the latest virus updates. This video message goes to the University of Miami community from President Julio Frenk on the Coronavirus and our ongoing response to the #COVID19 outbreak. #umiami

A video message to the University of Miami community from President Julio Frenk on the Coronavirus

UM continues to keep our university community abreast on the latest virus updates. This video message goes to the University of Miami community from President Julio Frenk on the Coronavirus and our ongoing response to the #COVID19 outbreak. #umiami




Research shows verbal bias against Latinxs

A School of Education and Human Development study of three U.S. history textbooks documents a biased treatment of Latinx people.

Research shows verbal bias against Latinxs

A School of Education and Human Development study of three U.S. history textbooks documents a biased treatment of Latinx people.


Advisory: COVID-19 Update No. 8 – (March 17, 2020)

Advisory: COVID-19 Update No. 8 – (March 17, 2020)




A Message From President Frenk as Students Resume Classes Online During COVID-19

University of Miami President Julio Frenk welcomes students back from spring recess and thanks faculty and staff for their ongoing efforts, as classes resume fully online during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Message From President Frenk as Students Resume Classes Online During COVID-19

University of Miami President Julio Frenk welcomes students back from spring recess and thanks faculty and staff for their ongoing efforts, as classes resume fully online during the COVID-19 pandemic.



Dr. Wes Smith Presents to UM’s Board of Trustee

Dr. Wes Smith Presents to UM’s Board of Trustee



A silent epidemic affects communities throughout the US

A University panel of experts will look at the possible prevention and treatment of opioid use disorder.

A silent epidemic affects communities throughout the US

A University panel of experts will look at the possible prevention and treatment of opioid use disorder.