University announces plan for on-campus fall semester

University announces plan for on-campus fall semester

The University of Miami will reopen its classrooms and residence halls to students this fall, with on-campus classes set to commence on Aug. 17.

Selma to Montgomery marches, 1965.

‘The whole world is watching’

With George Floyd’s death, parallels between the late 1960s and today are being explored, and a national debate on racial injustice has been ignited.

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Twitter on cellular screen

Twitter’s role in public conversations

Communication specialists analyze the susceptibility of social media platforms to society’s ills.

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School of Communication

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasts off Launchpad 39A with NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley onboard on Saturday, May 30, at Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Bill Ingalls/NASA

SpaceX launch signals new era

The Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center May 30, soaring effortlessly into the heavens at more than twice the speed of sound.

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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

 During an early January trip to Marsh Harbour, School of Architecture faculty member Eric Firley looks over a potential site on Marsh Harbour that could serve as the location for a resiliency center designed by University of Miami architecture students.

Students unveil visions of resiliency center for Marsh Harbour

Designed by School of Architecture students, the facility would help the Bahamas town on its road to recovery.

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  Police chiefs from across Miami-Dade County kneel in prayer at the conclusion of the protest in Coral Gables. Photo: Roy Ramos - Reporter, WPLG

Student organizers of Coral Gables protest focus on reforms

Following Saturday’s rally against racist policing, the student organizers are setting their sights on changing the conversation—and the system.

 Cycle Technology team members Anwar Khan, Connor Pohl, Harrison Mount, Noah Barrows, Colin Hively, and Julie Young standing with their reverse-vending machine in the breezeway of the Miami Herbert Business School. Photo courtesy of Connor Pohl

University students convert recyclables into cash donations for charity

The creators of Cycle Technology, recent winners of the Miami Herald Startup Pitch Competition, provide a way to streamline plastic and aluminum items while rewarding its users.

Student organizers of Coral Gables protest focus on reforms

Following Saturday’s rally against racist policing, the student organizers are setting their sights on changing the conversation—and the system.

University students convert recyclables into cash donations for charity

The creators of Cycle Technology, recent winners of the Miami Herald Startup Pitch Competition, provide a way to streamline plastic and aluminum items while rewarding its users.



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Notable alumni and friends of the U congratulate our newest graduates

A special welcome message to our new alumni

Notable alumni and friends of the U congratulate our newest graduates and welcome them to the UM Alumni Association in this special video message.

Three alumni team up with Ford to drive mobility for a self-driving service in Miami.

Driving Innovation

Three alumni team up with Ford to drive mobility for a self-driving service in Miami.

Brianna Scott, B.S. '20

Fighting for health equity

Recent grad and Nanga award recipient is a on mission to make quality healthcare available to all.

 ’Canes Communities continue in their mission to connect alumni across the world.

Connecting communities, digitally

From virtual trivia games to educational webinars, ’Canes Communities continue in their mission to connect alumni across the world.

Notable alumni and friends of the U congratulate our newest graduates

A special welcome message to our new alumni

Notable alumni and friends of the U congratulate our newest graduates and welcome them to the UM Alumni Association in this special video message.

Driving Innovation

Three alumni team up with Ford to drive mobility for a self-driving service in Miami.

Fighting for health equity

Recent grad and Nanga award recipient is a on mission to make quality healthcare available to all.

Connecting communities, digitally

From virtual trivia games to educational webinars, ’Canes Communities continue in their mission to connect alumni across the world.