Students in the Everglades law class participate in a swamp walk through Big Cypress National Preserve in the southwestern part of the Everglades. Photo: Courtesy of Kelly Cox

Learning about Everglades restoration firsthand

A new immersive course in the School of Law gave students insight into the massive $23.2 billion, 35-year project.


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Environmental Law Program

Foley artist Rachel Richards creates many of the sound effects heard in favorite television shows and film.

 Two wild flamingos in Everglades National Park last winter. The birds have been spotted in larger flocks not far from the park's Flamingo Visitor Center this year. Photo courtesy of Gavin McKenzie.

The flamingos’ triumphant return

Researchers and birdwatchers alike are celebrating the reappearance of more wild flamingos in the Sunshine State.


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Audubon Florida | Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan

View a tapestry of sights and sounds of some of the U’s most incredible and poignant happenings in 2023.

Best of 2023: A stellar year of achievement at the U

Best of 2023: A stellar year of achievement at the U

Relive the most memorable moments at the University of Miami during the past year.


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A wrap-up of 2023 in pictures and video

Fall commencement exercises at the Watsco Center bestowed degrees on more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students.

Fall commencement graduates honored

In ceremonies at the Watsco Center on Thursday, more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students received degrees before thousands of family and friends.


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View photos and video of the ceremonies

NEWS

 Neyton Baltodano Jr., a senior in the College of Engineering, is experimenting with and testing the strength of short carbon fibers. Photo: Joshua Prezant/University of Miami

Herculean research efforts

Engineering student Neyton Baltodano Jr. is working to perfect a 3D-printing process for carbon fiber materials that could help the aeronautics industry.

 Sophomore Brian Bros is having an impact on the University of Miami community through his involvement in several activities.

Excelling in business law and finance

Brian Bros, a sophomore and Foote Fellow, uses his passion to encourage others to pursue a career in business and finance.

Herculean research efforts

Engineering student Neyton Baltodano Jr. is working to perfect a 3D-printing process for carbon fiber materials that could help the aeronautics industry.

Excelling in business law and finance

Brian Bros, a sophomore and Foote Fellow, uses his passion to encourage others to pursue a career in business and finance.



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Why We Volunteer: Three recent graduates reflect on the transformative role that the University of Miami has played in their lives

Young alumni step up to serve the U

Three recent graduates reflect on the transformative role that the University of Miami has played in their lives, and how this fuels their commitment to give back to their alma mater.

Noah Tepperberg, B.B.A. ’97, an accomplished entrepreneur

A journey of growth and resilience

Noah Tepperberg, B.B.A. ’97, an accomplished entrepreneur, unfolds the narrative of his journey in the hospitality industry.

Sebastian the Ibis sitting on a heart

Did you find love at the U?

If you found your spouse or life partner at the U, we’d love to hear your story! Click the heading to share your story in our upcoming ’Cane Couples feature.

Daniel Campos, M.S.N. ’13, credits the knowledge and skills he acquired at the School of Nursing and Health Studies for his later professional success.

A true “nursepreneur”

Daniel Campos, M.S.N. ’13, credits the knowledge and skills he acquired at the School of Nursing and Health Studies for his later professional success.