Hurricanes football linebacker Patrick Joyner, Jr. with a participant of the program's free youth football camp, held June 19 at Harris Field Park in Homestead.

Mentoring local youngsters on the gridiron

University of Miami football players and coaches mentored area youth at a free football clinic in Homestead.

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Thirty budding pianists from around the world will be on stage in both the classroom and concert hall during the second Frost Chopin Festival and Academy. Photos: Thalia Cuello

The Chopin Academy opens the door to music enthusiasts

The Frost Chopin Festival and Academy at the University of Miami provides unparalleled experiences for budding pianists, and the public.

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Frost Chopin Festival & Academy

Talia Mereles studied the practice of motion pictures while paticipating in the Film in Japan program through the Office of Study Abroad. Photo: Lincoln Rodon

Learning the art of filmmaking in Japan

Junior Talia Mereles is studying motion picture production with eight film students as part of a University of Miami faculty-led study abroad program.

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The planktonic longarm octopus (Macrotritopus defilippi) by Andrey Shpatak won third place in the portrait category.

Winners announced in Rosenstiel School's underwater photo contest

More than 600 underwater images were submitted for this year's contest, with awards given in four categories.

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Alpine Newt wins top prize in UM underwater photo contest

As a mysterious disease continues to decimate Florida’s coral reefs, a team of University of Miami scientists is part of a coordinated effort to save them from extinction.

Florida Coral in tank

Saving Florida’s Barrier Reef

As a mysterious disease continues to decimate Florida’s coral reefs, a team of University of Miami scientists is part of a coordinated effort to save them from extinction.

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Over Half a Million Corals Destroyed by Port of Miami Dredging, Study Finds

NEWS

The University of Miami was just recognized as a First Forward Institution by NASPA, the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and The Suder Foundation.

University earns national recognition for support of first-generation students

The University of Miami is recognized for its commitment to improving experiences and outcomes of first-generation students.

The fall, winter, and spring printed issues of Distraction were named “Magazine of the Year” in the overall design category by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.

Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’

The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.

University earns national recognition for support of first-generation students

The University of Miami is recognized for its commitment to improving experiences and outcomes of first-generation students.

Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’

The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.



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’Cane conversations: Meet the CEO

A new multi-city event series that features dynamic conversations with alumni leaders who talk about how their experiences at the U inspired and influenced their life choices and careers.

Scott Barnett, B.S.C. '92. A graduate of the UM School of Communication

An Emmy for your thoughts

Alumnus Scott Barnett teams up with best-selling author James Patterson to produce an award-winning show for kids.

Yina Balarezo, A.B. ’97

Yina Balarezo, A.B. ’97

Alumna takes pride in the philosophy of art at the Lowe Art Museum.

From left to right: Misha Kerr, Craig Flanagan, Dr. Wesley Smith, Yenvy Truong, Chase Preston, and Samson Magid.

Using data to prevent disease

Founded by UM graduates, HealthSnap seeks to be a major player in digital healthcare.

Meet the CEO

’Cane conversations: Meet the CEO

A new multi-city event series that features dynamic conversations with alumni leaders who talk about how their experiences at the U inspired and influenced their life choices and careers.

An Emmy for your thoughts

Alumnus Scott Barnett teams up with best-selling author James Patterson to produce an award-winning show for kids.

Yina Balarezo, A.B. ’97

Alumna takes pride in the philosophy of art at the Lowe Art Museum.

Using data to prevent disease

Founded by UM graduates, HealthSnap seeks to be a major player in digital healthcare.