John Daversa, recent Grammy winner, is back in class on Tuesday.

Coming home from the Grammys

Fresh off his incredible sweep of Grammy Awards, Frost School master trumpeter John Daversa is back in the classroom, where he thrives.

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A recent study shows the Thwaites Glacier is melting at a faster rate than expected. Photo: NASA/OIB/Jeremy Harbeck

Beneath the Thwaites Glacier

NASA researchers have discovered a massive void inside one of the world’s most important glaciers. What does this mean?

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Atmospheric Sciences

The zebrafish is a valuable model for human disease

See-through fish aid scientists in autism-related breakthrough

Tiny zebrafish are helping UM biologists unravel a reason for “tummy troubles” in people on the autism spectrum.

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Department of Biology

Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Montgomery, Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative.

And justice for all

Renowned equal justice lawyer Bryan Stevenson is awarded an honorary degree for his work as "a true champion of human rights."

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agricultural fertilizers

Mimicking Mother Nature

UM chemists are exploring ways to improve the century-old process for making agricultural fertilizers.

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Department of Chemistry

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Dean of Students Ryan C. Holmes prepares for a game of dominoes

Dominoes with the Dean

Ryan C. Holmes shares his rich history with the game of dominoes, how it helped empower him, and his hopes of creating a welcoming environment in some friendly competition with UM students.

Competitors celebrate after presenting their research at the Three Minute Thesis Competition, hosted by the University of Miami's Graduate School.

Capturing attention through inquiry

Architecture student Konstantina Kritharidou’s design for a movable observatory that would sit atop a Patagonian glacier earned her the top spot in the Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis Competition.

Dominoes with the Dean

Ryan C. Holmes shares his rich history with the game of dominoes, how it helped empower him, and his hopes of creating a welcoming environment in some friendly competition with UM students.

Capturing attention through inquiry

Architecture student Konstantina Kritharidou’s design for a movable observatory that would sit atop a Patagonian glacier earned her the top spot in the Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis Competition.



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Eugene Williams with his wife, Mary Johnson

‘Till victory is won’

UM alumnus Eugene Williams Sr. is on a crusade to get the black national anthem played at more NBA and college games in February.

Harold "Hal” Long, Jr., Esq.

The value of connecting

Harold "Hal” Long, Jr., Esq., a longtime lawyer, founder of United Black Students at UM and a current member of the Citizens Board, has a true affinity for UM.

Virtual Career Cafe on computer

Career services

Discover dates to attend a digital career services event, either Virtual Career Café to polish your résumé and sharpen your skills or 'Canes Mentoring 'Canes, to learn from the experts.

Alumni Weekend 2018

UM Alumni Connect

Read the latest issue of UM Alumni Association’s monthly newsletter. Find news, profiles and events specific to ‘Canes around the world.

Eugene Williams with his wife, Mary Johnson

‘Till victory is won’

UM alumnus Eugene Williams Sr. is on a crusade to get the black national anthem played at more NBA and college games in February.

The value of connecting

Harold "Hal” Long, Jr., Esq., a longtime lawyer, founder of United Black Students at UM and a current member of the Citizens Board, has a true affinity for UM.

Career services

Discover dates to attend a digital career services event, either Virtual Career Café to polish your résumé and sharpen your skills or 'Canes Mentoring 'Canes, to learn from the experts.

UM Alumni Connect

Read the latest issue of UM Alumni Association’s monthly newsletter. Find news, profiles and events specific to ‘Canes around the world.