From left: Lecturer Gina Presson, Chloe Beach, Camila Romero, Ainsley Vetter, and Kaylee Reyes. Photo courtesy of Joseph B. Treaster

‘London Summer’

Nearly a dozen students joined faculty members from the School of Communication for a three-week Study Abroad trip to England to observe global media companies in action, including the BBC and The New York Times.


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Study Abroad | School of Communication

Bascom Palmer No. 1, Sylvester enters top 50 in ‘Best Hospitals’ rankings

The 2022 U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals” rankings places Bascom Palmer once again in the top spot, with Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center now among the best hospitals for treatment of cancer.


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Bascom Palmer Eye Institute | Miller School of Medicine

This landscape of “mountains” and “valleys” speckled with glittering stars is actually the edge of a nearby, young, star-forming region called NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula. The image was captured in infrared light by NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope. Photo: NASA

Webb telescope rewrites cosmic history

University of Miami astrophysicists maintain the space observatory will help answer long-held questions about the big bang and search for signs of alien life.


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Astrophysics and Cosmology

 A rendering shows the houseboat designed by University of Miami architecture students Vanessa Crespo and Ana Yu.

Students compete to build the best houseboat

Architecture’s Summer Design Studio has teamed up with a company in Portugal to design structures that can withstand extreme weather.


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School of Architecture

Nola Schoder -  Flower pot coral (Goniopora columna)

Underwater photo contest winners announced

From Indonesia to Illinois, more than 800 photos were submitted to the 2021 Underwater Photo Contest hosted by the Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric and Earth Science.


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  Sophie Estoppey shadowed doctors in Italy as part of a fellowship program. Photo: Courtesy of Sophie Estoppey

Premed student shadows doctors in Italy

Sophie Estoppey participated in a fellowship program at one of Italy’s top hospitals, observing medical practitioners in different specialties.

 Mauricus Murdock pictured with Faith-Simone Hunte, corporate director of Employee Relations and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and supervisor of the internship program for Broward Health.

Internship provides career leap for business student

Mauricus Murdock, a Miami Herbert Business School master’s student, interned this summer at Broward Health system.

Premed student shadows doctors in Italy

Sophie Estoppey participated in a fellowship program at one of Italy’s top hospitals, observing medical practitioners in different specialties.

Internship provides career leap for business student

Mauricus Murdock, a Miami Herbert Business School master’s student, interned this summer at Broward Health system.



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’Cane Biz Summer 2022 Guide

’Cane Biz Summer 2022 Guide

This summer, find great things to buy, eat, see, and do while supporting businesses owned by fellow ’Canes – and get exclusive alumni discounts.

 Making climate science accessible – and personal

Making climate science accessible and personal

Alison Smart, B.F.A. ’05, uses the storytelling skills she honed at the U to help the public grasp the science behind climate change.

Judge A. Jay Cristol, A.B. ’58, J.D. ’59, Ph.D. ’97

Triple ’Cane, longtime benefactor, honored by Scouts

Judge A. Jay Cristol, A.B. ’58, J.D. ’59, Ph.D. ’97, has been honored by the National Eagle Scout Association and Boy Scouts of America.

 Julia Lynch was awarded a U.S. Fulbright Student Program extension to spend a second year in Bulgaria.

Students, alumni awarded national scholarships to pursue global stories

Five students and two alumni are heading overseas this summer after being conferred prestigious national scholarship awards.

’Cane Biz Summer 2022 Guide

’Cane Biz Summer 2022 Guide

This summer, find great things to buy, eat, see, and do while supporting businesses owned by fellow ’Canes – and get exclusive alumni discounts.

Making climate science accessible and personal

Alison Smart, B.F.A. ’05, uses the storytelling skills she honed at the U to help the public grasp the science behind climate change.

Triple ’Cane, longtime benefactor, honored by Scouts

Judge A. Jay Cristol, A.B. ’58, J.D. ’59, Ph.D. ’97, has been honored by the National Eagle Scout Association and Boy Scouts of America.

Students, alumni awarded national scholarships to pursue global stories

Five students and two alumni are heading overseas this summer after being conferred prestigious national scholarship awards.