Students listen to Professor Mitsunori Ogihara during an Introduction to Programming lecture.

Future programmers can be found across all disciplines at UM

Students from a variety of majors are taking an introductory programming class to expose themselves to the field.

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Department of Computer Science

Indonesia’s deadly earthquake and tsunami

Indonesia’s deadly earthquake and tsunami

UM experts examine what happened, the possibility of a tsunami happening here, “strike-slip faults,” and the public health risks from mosquitos.

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Marine Geosciences | Public Health Sciences

algal blooms sample

Taming a toxic stew

Research being conducted by UM scientists could lead to a better understanding of harmful algal blooms fouling Florida’s southwestern coast.

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Red Tide’s deadly toll | Are powerful storms causing exceptional red tide events?

Alessia Cara was interviewed by Carlos Rivera, assistant professor at the Frost School of Music

Alessia Cara shares her ‘growing pains’

In advance of the release of her new album, the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter talked with students at the Frost School of Music about how it’s important “to stick to what you think is right.”

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Frost School of Music

UM alumna Jessica Bekoff stands in front of the Colosseum during her semester in Rome, Italy

The travel bug is spreading at UM

The number of students applying for Study Abroad has increased dramatically, with Europe being the most popular destination.

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Study Abroad

NEWS

(From left) The Climate Reality Project at UM executive board members Lea Perez, outreach coordinator; Corey Fehlberg, treasurer; Nicole Phocas, president; Scylla Blervacq, vice president; and Elise Herschlag, recruitment chair.

A climate change focus

UM students have started a local chapter of The Climate Reality Project to spotlight efforts to combat the impacts of climate change on South Florida.

Student Voting

How to vote in college

Get Out The Vote, a nonpartisan initiative headed by the Division of Student Affairs and the Butler Center for Service and Leadership, encourages ’Canes at the University of Miami to register to vote.

A climate change focus

UM students have started a local chapter of The Climate Reality Project to spotlight efforts to combat the impacts of climate change on South Florida.

How to vote in college

Get Out The Vote, a nonpartisan initiative headed by the Division of Student Affairs and the Butler Center for Service and Leadership, encourages ’Canes at the University of Miami to register to vote.



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UM Football Game Watch Locations

UM Football Game Watch Locations

Hosted by ’Canes Communities, Game Watch Parties are the perfect opportunity to cheer on the ’Canes and to meet local alumni and UM fans in your area.

Alumni Weekend & Homecoming, November 1-3

Registration is Open!

Join us for Alumni Weekend & Homecoming, November 1-3, for the ultimate ’Canes celebration!

SoBe Promos

SoBe Promos

Alumni work together to build successful company, catering to ’Canes.

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UM Alumni Connect

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

UM Football Game Watch Locations

UM Football Game Watch Locations

Hosted by ’Canes Communities, Game Watch Parties are the perfect opportunity to cheer on the ’Canes and to meet local alumni and UM fans in your area.

Registration is Open!

Join us for Alumni Weekend & Homecoming, November 1-3, for the ultimate ’Canes celebration!

SoBe Promos

Alumni work together to build successful company, catering to ’Canes.

UM Alumni Connect

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