Workers poured the concrete deck for the fifth floor of the Frost Institute of Chemistry and Molecular Science last month. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami

New ‘north star’ guides University

The disruption caused by COVID-19 is accelerating innovations, technologies, and initiatives that will lead to a stronger, more resilient University.


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Roadmap to Our New Century

 Doctoral student John Carlo Tulinao is a first grade teacher at Amberlea Elementary in Phoenix. Photo courtesy John Carlo Tulinao

Teacher fosters an interest in science with music

Alumnus John Carlo Tulinao was reconized with a National Science Teaching Association award for using exemplary teaching to connect with his students.


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Applied Learning Sciences

  A March 28 satellite image from Planet Labs Inc. shows the cargo ship Ever Given stuck in the Suez Canal near Suez, Egypt. Photo: The Associated Press

Suez Canal crisis sparks debate on a variety of topics

University scholars discuss the smothering sandstorm that disrupted the container ship Ever Given and the potential fallout that lies ahead.


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Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

NASA engineer Erisa Hines Stilley, a University of Miami alumna, helped lead the Mars mission to land the sophisticated rover Perseverance on the red planet.

Alumna aids rover’s daring descent to another world

NASA engineer and University of Miami alumna Erisa Hines Stilley helped lead the Mars mission to land the rover Perseverance on the red planet.


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College of Engineering

 UHealth registered nurse Barbara Terras gives Hialeah resident Martha Ferran her COVID-19 vaccine, as UHealth registered nurse Diana Mejías assists her. Photos: Evan Garcia/University of Miami

Mobile clinic takes vaccines to underserved areas

The UHealth Pediatric Mobile Clinic is visiting some of Miami-Dade County’s neediest communities to deliver COVID-19 vaccines.


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Pediatric Mobile Clinic

NEWS

 Rachel Schueller, a fourth-year doctoral student, works as a student supervisor for the Student Center Complex. Photos: Jenny Hudak/University of Miami

Playing a crucial role

Student employees at universities across the country were recognized for their dedication and leadership during National Student Employment Week.

James Lai, a senior biomedical engineering major

Student makes impact in fight against COVID-19

James Lai, a senior biomedical engineering major, used his skills to create 3D-printed nasal swabs and respiratory adaptors.

Playing a crucial role

Student employees at universities across the country were recognized for their dedication and leadership during National Student Employment Week.

Student makes impact in fight against COVID-19

James Lai, a senior biomedical engineering major, used his skills to create 3D-printed nasal swabs and respiratory adaptors.



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Valiant women of the U

Valiant women of the U

In honor of Women’s History Month, take a look back at some of the courageous and trailblazing alumnae we’ve featured throughout the year.

Johnny C. Taylor Jr. is an alumnus and member of the University's Board of Trustees.

Permanent exhibit to highlight the history of Black students

With a significant gift from Johnny C. Taylor Jr., alumnus and trustee, an interactive display will spotlight the impact of the University’s Black students.

Frost School alumna Kendall Grady, M.M. ’19

Making an impact

Frost School alumna Kendall Grady, M.M. ’19, traveled to Easter Island to work with a local arts organization making an impact on the community.

University of Miami and alumni-led podcasts

’Canes on the air

Alumni are leading podcasts that provide an inside look on everything from Cuban American culture to the Black experience, making it as an artist, and more.

Valiant women of the U

Valiant women of the U

In honor of Women’s History Month, take a look back at some of the courageous and trailblazing alumnae we’ve featured throughout the year.

Permanent exhibit to highlight the history of Black students

With a significant gift from Johnny C. Taylor Jr., alumnus and trustee, an interactive display will spotlight the impact of the University’s Black students.

Making an impact

Frost School alumna Kendall Grady, M.M. ’19, traveled to Easter Island to work with a local arts organization making an impact on the community.

’Canes on the air

Alumni are leading podcasts that provide an inside look on everything from Cuban American culture to the Black experience, making it as an artist, and more.