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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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 and Atmospheric Science.


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 Miller School of Medicine student Shilpi Ganguly on Mount Kilimanjaro.

Student pursues higher frontier in medicine

Miller School of Medicine student Shilpi Ganguly wants to travel to the moon to help establish the first medical infrastructure for a permanent base on the moon.


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Speakers celebrated undergraduates’ abilities to excel despite challenges

Speakers celebrated undergraduates’ abilities to excel despite challenges

During undergraduate commencement exercises, speakers celebrated the ability of graduates to excel despite the challenges presented by a global pandemic.


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Rachel Keller is a junior studying finance at the University of Miami.

Entrepreneur creates online magazine

Rachel Keller’s Miss Miami magazine, recognized at the UDisrupt Women Empowerment Business Competitioin, focuses on college women.

Olha Khymytsia, a Ukrainian graduate student in the School of Architecture

Ukraine historical structures being damaged during war

Olha Khymytsia, a Ukrainian graduate student in the School of Architecture, is tracking damaged structures and wants to help her country rebuild.

Entrepreneur creates online magazine

Rachel Keller’s Miss Miami magazine, recognized at the UDisrupt Women Empowerment Business Competitioin, focuses on college women.

Ukraine historical structures being damaged during war

Olha Khymytsia, a Ukrainian graduate student in the School of Architecture, is tracking damaged structures and wants to help her country rebuild.



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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.