Armen Henderson - Physician is a defender for the homeless

Physician is a defender for the homeless

When he isn’t caring for patients at UHealth Tower, Dr. Armen Henderson volunteers his time and efforts delivering much-needed services for those without a place to live during this pandemic.

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Miller School of Medicine

A hint of life in the clouds of Venus? Not so fast

A hint of life in the clouds of Venus? Not so fast

Additional investigation is needed, University of Miami researchers say.

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Department of Chemistry | Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

 A mural promoting the Bahamian heritage of the Village West neighborhood of Coconut Grove in Miami is shown on the outside wall of a grocery store. The community was settled by Bahamian immigrants in the 1880s. Photo: Associated Press

School of Law initiative combats COVID-19 disparities

A project from the School of Law’s Center for Ethics and Public Service is fighting both COVID-19 in one of Miami’s marginalized communities and the underlying health conditions laid bare by the pandemic.

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Center for Ethics and Public Service

An aerial photo showing homes leveled by the Almeda Fire line at Bear Lake Estates in Phoenix, Oregon, on Sept. 15. Photo: Associated Press

Adapting to a changing climate

A Rosenstiel School researcher explores whether managed retreat is an option for those impacted by the West Coast’s wildfires.

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Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

Corals grown and replanted on a reef in Biscayne Bay recently spawned for the first time.

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University of Miami junior Tuana Yazici began her crusade to ban carriage horses in high school.

Undergrad’s passion, perseverance liberated horses

Student senator Tuana Yazici’s dogged preparation and research helped free hundreds of abused carriage horses in her Turkish homeland.

The new Public Health Ambassadors Program was formed to support the safe reopening of campus and COVID-19 operating plans.

Public health ambassadors are connecting peer-to-peer

A cadre of 75 students have been hired to support safety on the University’s Coral Gables Campus and encourage healthy behaviors.

Undergrad’s passion, perseverance liberated horses

Student senator Tuana Yazici’s dogged preparation and research helped free hundreds of abused carriage horses in her Turkish homeland.

Public health ambassadors are connecting peer-to-peer

A cadre of 75 students have been hired to support safety on the University’s Coral Gables Campus and encourage healthy behaviors.



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Vanessa Bastien Joseph and Erick Torres

’Canes find success through UOnline programs

Meet some of the alumni who have found success through the University of Miami UOnline programs.

Alumna Michelle Ameerally

Frost graduate takes performing arts education to the next level

Alumna combines passions for teaching and performing to build award-winning performing arts studio.

Florida Senator Lauren Book

Alumna uses her personal power to prevent sexual assault

From victim to thriving survivor, this Florida senator and alumna educates, protects, and helps children heal.

Broward County 'Canes President Matthew Beekhuizen, B.B.A. '91.

Volunteering to Lead: Matthew Beekhuizen, B.B.A. ’91

Q&A with our Broward County ‘Canes Community president.

Vanessa Bastien Joseph and Erick Torres

’Canes find success through UOnline programs

Meet some of the alumni who have found success through the University of Miami UOnline programs.

Frost graduate takes performing arts education to the next level

Alumna combines passions for teaching and performing to build award-winning performing arts studio.

Alumna uses her personal power to prevent sexual assault

From victim to thriving survivor, this Florida senator and alumna educates, protects, and helps children heal.

Volunteering to Lead: Matthew Beekhuizen, B.B.A. ’91

Q&A with our Broward County ‘Canes Community president.