Study Abroad

Dispatches from Abroad

UM students are traveling abroad this summer, experiencing new cultures and locations that include hiking to Changbai Mountain on the border of China and North Korea.

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Study Abroad Office

Data Machine

The Data Machine

Value in the Era of Analytics

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Business Miami Magazine | School of Business Administration

Wonder Women of Science

Wonder Women of Science

In a forum at the Frost Museum of Science, UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.

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LIVE@Frost Science series

openblue at eMerge

From Environmental Sensors to Climate-Proof Corals

UM showcases its technology initiatives and projects at eMerge Americas

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UM at eMerge Americas

Rosenstiel’s SUSTAIN lab is 75-feet long with a 38,000-gallon wind-wave tank and a 1,400-horsepower fan capable of simulating Category 5 hurricane force winds, and providing a glimpse of potentially catastrophic damage. Learn more on UM’s Climate Change Special Report

SUSTAIN tank

Preparing for the Unpredictable

Hurricane season begins June 1 and UM researchers are helping prepare for a North Atlantic hurricane season that is expected to result in 11 to 17 named storms.

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Solving the Climate Puzzle | Remote Sensing the World’s Oceans | Zoning in on Evacuation Plans

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Orange Umbrella Student Consultancy

Creative Juices Flow at Student-Run Consultancy

Orange Umbrella offers an array of services to clients and employs students from a variety of disciplines.

Danny New

Graduate Nabs Job on Morning Television

Even in high school, Danny New had a strategy on how to be a television personality.

Creative Juices Flow at Student-Run Consultancy

Orange Umbrella offers an array of services to clients and employs students from a variety of disciplines.

Graduate Nabs Job on Morning Television

Even in high school, Danny New had a strategy on how to be a television personality.

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ALUMNI STORIES

Joselyn Perlmutter

Achieving a Culinary Dream

Joselyn “Jossie” Perlmutter, B.S.B.A. ’13, a former Foote Fellow and entrepreneur, is an accomplished pastry chef and owns her own business in North Carolina.

Samuel G. Bonasso, ’62

Terminating Potholes

UM alumnus and civil engineer Samuel G. Bonasso, ’62, invented the “pothole terminator," a unique application that utilizes used tires to hold together crushed stones and aggregate materials used as the base for pothole repairs.

Screenshot of University of Miami Alumni Business Directory Interactive Map

Alumni in Business

View the UM Alumni Association's new interactive map that showcases alumni-owned and –operated businesses.

#CaneSocial Promotional Graphic with Student Activities Center

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Joselyn Perlmutter

Achieving a Culinary Dream

Joselyn “Jossie” Perlmutter, B.S.B.A. ’13, a former Foote Fellow and entrepreneur, is an accomplished pastry chef and owns her own business in North Carolina.

Terminating Potholes

UM alumnus and civil engineer Samuel G. Bonasso, ’62, invented the “pothole terminator," a unique application that utilizes used tires to hold together crushed stones and aggregate materials used as the base for pothole repairs.

Alumni in Business

View the UM Alumni Association's new interactive map that showcases alumni-owned and –operated businesses.

Join ‘Cane Social

Get connected to your UM Alumni Association and share UM updates with your friends and followers to earn points and win prizes!

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