Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón Discusses the Road to Peace on Historic UM Visit
More than 200 students participated in the Intensive English Program’s 30th annual International Thanksgiving, an event that celebrated the foods and customs of their homelands.
Students’ proposed retrofit of two homes could save millions more from the peril of sea level rise.
Veterans Day Tribute Honors the Bonds and Sacrifices of Vets at UM and Across the Nation.
Six University of Miami football players served up turkeys, not touchdowns, on Tuesday at Overtown’s Greater Mercy Missionary Baptist Church, delivering 48 Thanksgiving dinners to needy residents from the community. Church pastor Willie Williams greeted players as they arrived and was very appreciative of the Hurricanes’ special delivery. All 48 Thanksgiving dinners were handed out […]
University of Miami marine biologists have partnered with a mobile game development company to launch a new music trivia game for mobile devices that tests the music knowledge of players while promoting and supporting marine conservation efforts. Developed by Good World Games Inc., in partnership with UM’s R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program and the Guy […]
The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s Division of Neonatology welcomed more than a thousand neonatal specialists from more than 49 countries to its 37th annual international conference, “Miami Neonatology 2012,” last month. The three-day conference and one- day workshop held at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach November 13-16 examined the newest developments and best practices in […]
A packed house turned out at the Newman Alumni Center on November 25 for a review and discussion of Fear of a Hip-Hop Planet: America’s New Dilemma, the newly released book by Donald Jones, a professor in the University of Miami’s School of Law. The book by Jones, who teaches Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, and Employment Discrimination, explores […]
It was the spring of 2010, and just two weeks remained before Sabrina Taldone, B.S. ’10, and some of her closest friends would graduate from the University of Miami, leaving behind college life for careers in their chosen fields. But as they celebrated the next chapter in their lives, some of the students in Taldone’s […]
In addition to visiting the Lowe Art Museum to view its permanent collections, you can now explore the artwork through a searchable online database. The museum, part of the University of Miami’s College of Arts and Sciences, has catalogued nearly 8,200 items in the database, which includes information on each work, such as title, artist, […]