Topic: Students

A Conversation with John Lowe, PhD ’96

Dean Munro talks with a SONHS Alumnus of Distinction about nursing, Native American heritage, and his latest research to support Native youth

A Conversation with John Lowe, PhD ’96

Dean Munro talks with a SONHS Alumnus of Distinction about nursing, Native American heritage, and his latest research to support Native youth


Club connects students to music, entertainment industry

The Music Industry Association is a student-led organization that provides workshops, panel discussions, and mixers to help aspiring artists succeed in the music and entertainment field.

Club connects students to music, entertainment industry

The Music Industry Association is a student-led organization that provides workshops, panel discussions, and mixers to help aspiring artists succeed in the music and entertainment field.



Frost student selected to join U.S. Navy Band

The Frost School of Music congratulates John Mangonon, current student and Frost Band of the Hour teaching assistant, on winning the coveted position as a member of the prestigious U.S. Navy Band.

Frost student selected to join U.S. Navy Band

The Frost School of Music congratulates John Mangonon, current student and Frost Band of the Hour teaching assistant, on winning the coveted position as a member of the prestigious U.S. Navy Band.



Find ways to give back this holiday season

Support our community on and off campus by participating in a number of local initiatives. Donate to a holiday gift drive, volunteer to help grow a garden, and provide monetary donations.

Find ways to give back this holiday season

Support our community on and off campus by participating in a number of local initiatives. Donate to a holiday gift drive, volunteer to help grow a garden, and provide monetary donations.




The public continues to lose trust in major institutions—and each other

The growing trend is dangerous because it can erode democratic values and make solving the United States’ problems more difficult, according to political scientists.

The public continues to lose trust in major institutions—and each other

The growing trend is dangerous because it can erode democratic values and make solving the United States’ problems more difficult, according to political scientists.


November is National Native American Heritage Month

Join us as we acknowledge the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans, and learn more by exploring our Native American and Global Indigenous Studies research guide.

November is National Native American Heritage Month

Join us as we acknowledge the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans, and learn more by exploring our Native American and Global Indigenous Studies research guide.




Students express gratitude, share Thanksgiving traditions

As students leave campus for Thanksgiving break, which runs from Nov. 22 through Nov. 26, they share their favorite traditions and reflect on gratitude.

Students express gratitude, share Thanksgiving traditions

As students leave campus for Thanksgiving break, which runs from Nov. 22 through Nov. 26, they share their favorite traditions and reflect on gratitude.


$5 million gift names Miami Herbert Business School’s graduate career advancement center

The gift from the Carmen and Joe Unanue Family Foundation will bolster resources for career development and help propel graduate students toward successful careers.

$5 million gift names Miami Herbert Business School’s graduate career advancement center

The gift from the Carmen and Joe Unanue Family Foundation will bolster resources for career development and help propel graduate students toward successful careers.




Students, University leaders tackle mental health in third ‘Courageous Conversations’

Undergraduate and graduate representatives met with President Julio Frenk and other wellness experts to discuss the struggle affecting people nationwide, which was heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students, University leaders tackle mental health in third ‘Courageous Conversations’

Undergraduate and graduate representatives met with President Julio Frenk and other wellness experts to discuss the struggle affecting people nationwide, which was heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic.