University of Miami School of Law graduates

School of Law honors newest legal eagles

Hundreds of University of Miami School of Law graduates accepted newly minted degrees at the University’s first in-person commencement exercise since 2019.


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A ‘greener’ fertilizer

Researchers find a new way to convert a polluting gas into a key component of fertilizer—a discovery that could have implications in the fight against global warming.


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 Ernest Hemingway at his country home in San Francisco de Paula near Havana, Cuba on August 21, 1950. Photo: The Associated Press

Hemingway is still a force in the literary sea

Among the most celebrated of American writers, Ernest Hemingway continues to be read and studied for his writing style and masterful storytelling.


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  NASA engineers test the Ingenuity helicopter and its cruise stage in the airlock inside Kennedy Space Center’s Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility on March 10, 2020. Photo: NASA

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter is a marvel

The four-pound craft is paving the way for future exploration of other worlds, says Lynn Holly Sargent, a Ph.D student in mechanical and aerospace engineering.


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  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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  Doctoral candidate Monique McKenny is focusing her work on race and racial experiences. Photo: Jenny Hudak/University of Miami

Graduate student focuses on racial messages between Black youth, families

Monique McKenny, explores cultural strengths of Black families and the communications between youth and caregivers about race and racial experiences.

 An aerial view of the University Center Pool and Lakeside Village on the Coral Gables Campus. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami

Work and play top students’ summer itinerary

As the spring semester comes to an end, students summarize their plans for the upcoming time off from school.

Graduate student focuses on racial messages between Black youth, families

Monique McKenny, explores cultural strengths of Black families and the communications between youth and caregivers about race and racial experiences.

Work and play top students’ summer itinerary

As the spring semester comes to an end, students summarize their plans for the upcoming time off from school.



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Rescuing Our Coral Reefs

Rescuing our coral reefs

As coral reefs around the world face extinction, University of Miami faculty, students, and alumni are leading the fight to preserve and restore this vital ecosystem. Learn more.

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

Alumna Erisa Hines Stilley, a NASA engineer on the Mars 2020 mission, helped lead the entry, descent, and landing team for the space agency’s most sophisticated robotic rover.

 Alumna Brenna O'Neill on the beach in Almeria, Spain. Photos courtesy Brenna O'Neill

Alumna finds an outlet for creativity, studies in Spain

Brenna O’Neill’s passion for psychology, international studies, and Spanish have led her around the world.

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.

Rescuing Our Coral Reefs

Rescuing our coral reefs

As coral reefs around the world face extinction, University of Miami faculty, students, and alumni are leading the fight to preserve and restore this vital ecosystem. Learn more.

Alumna aids rover’s daring descent to another world

Alumna Erisa Hines Stilley, a NASA engineer on the Mars 2020 mission, helped lead the entry, descent, and landing team for the space agency’s most sophisticated robotic rover.

Alumna finds an outlet for creativity, studies in Spain

Brenna O’Neill’s passion for psychology, international studies, and Spanish have led her around the world.

’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.