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

 Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center on the Medical Campus.

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center receives transformational $126 million gift

The anonymous gift—the largest in the University’s history—will propel Sylvester into its next chapter of excellence.

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 A juvenile male chimpanzee followed in the 15-year study fishes for termites from an above-ground nest. Photo by the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project

Clues to the evolution of technology

Chimpanzees using tools to fish for termites provide researchers insights into how technology came to define human culture.

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 New research shows that since the 1970s, entire plant ecosystems have changed directionally over time to include more and more of the species that prefer warmer climates. Photo courtesy Ken Feeley/University of Miami

Global warming is changing our plant communities

A comprehensive study involving over 20,000 species shows climate change is resulting in plant communities including more heat-loving species.

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Tropical trees in the Andes are moving up—toward extinction

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  From left are Student Government executive board members Abigail Adeleke, Amanda Rodriguez, and Shirley Gelman. Photo: Evan Garcia/University of Miami

All female Student Government executive board makes history

The 2020-2021 executive board features Abigail Adeleke, president; Shirley Gelman, vice president; and Amanda Rodriguez, who is serving as treasurer.

 Mayra Arana works part time at Miami’s Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, piloting a newly created role of admission, discharge, and transfer nurse.

Scholarship program puts career dreams of more diverse nurses in reach

The School of Nursing and Health Studies has received renewed federal funding to increase the number of primary care nurse practitioners for minority populations.

All female Student Government executive board makes history

The 2020-2021 executive board features Abigail Adeleke, president; Shirley Gelman, vice president; and Amanda Rodriguez, who is serving as treasurer.

Scholarship program puts career dreams of more diverse nurses in reach

The School of Nursing and Health Studies has received renewed federal funding to increase the number of primary care nurse practitioners for minority populations.



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 Participants in the inaugural "Woman of the U" program included Alice Vilma, top left, Marilu Marshall, top right, and Yolanda Strader.

Alumnae are agents of change in their field

The Alumni Association has launched a new program that features women who have succeeded in their careers and are making their mark.

Miami Law courtyard

Miami Law alums step up to help fellow ’Canes

Alumni responded to the call by Dean Anthony Varona to provide opportunities for recent law school graduates.

Dr. Rudolph Moise, M.B.A. ’94, J.D. ’97

Double ’Cane named president of the Miami-Dade Medical Association

Dr. Rudolph Moise, M.B.A. ’94, J.D. ’97, is the first Haitian American to hold the position in the organization’s 117-year history.

Justine Green, B.S.Ed. ’13, Ed.D. ’19

Alumna learns to live, and thrive, with disability

Alumna Justine Green, B.S.Ed. ’13, Ed.D. ’19, used her experience growing up with a disability as motivation to succeed.

 Participants in the inaugural "Woman of the U" program included Alice Vilma, top left, Marilu Marshall, top right, and Yolanda Strader.

Alumnae are agents of change in their field

The Alumni Association has launched a new program that features women who have succeeded in their careers and are making their mark.

Miami Law alums step up to help fellow ’Canes

Alumni responded to the call by Dean Anthony Varona to provide opportunities for recent law school graduates.

Double ’Cane named president of the Miami-Dade Medical Association

Dr. Rudolph Moise, M.B.A. ’94, J.D. ’97, is the first Haitian American to hold the position in the organization’s 117-year history.

Alumna learns to live, and thrive, with disability

Alumna Justine Green, B.S.Ed. ’13, Ed.D. ’19, used her experience growing up with a disability as motivation to succeed.