Zika Special Report

One year after the Zika virus outbreak in South Florida, learn more about what the University of Miami has been working on to tackle the epidemic at home and abroad, from clinical care and research to public health and vector control.

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Clinical Care | Research | Public Health

Eastern Airlines

Eastern Airlines Archive Lands at UM

The Eastern Airlines Archive is a treasure trove of photographs and other materials chronicling the airline's 1926 beginning and impact on Miami's growth.

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UM Libraries Special Collections

Dispatches from China

Dispatches from Abroad

UM students are traveling abroad this summer, including one student who is chronicling life in Changchun, China.

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Study Abroad Office

All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.

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Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

Data Machine

The Data Machine

Crunching numbers and information to unlock value through analytics.

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Business Miami Magazine | School of Business Administration

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Emmi and Connor summer Vlog

Emmi and Connor Talk About Summer Internships in NYC

UM students talk about their internships up north in a city that never sleeps.

Derrick Hardy

Mixing Sports and Music

Derrick Hardy shares his experience as a student in UOnline’s Master of Education in Sport Administration program.

Emmi and Connor Talk About Summer Internships in NYC

UM students talk about their internships up north in a city that never sleeps.

Mixing Sports and Music

Derrick Hardy shares his experience as a student in UOnline’s Master of Education in Sport Administration program.

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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.

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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