People walk through the snow as they pass the Alamo, Thursday, Feb. 18, in San Antonio. Photo: The Associated Press

University scientist’s tool predicts harsh weather

Professor Ben Kirtman used a multi-model Subseasonal Experiment, or SubX, to forecast the polar vortex event that chilled Texas.


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 An aerial view of the Coral Gables Campus at the University of Miami. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami

Endowments to power big data science and solutions

The Institute for Data Science and Computing is using gifts from the Knight Foundation and Phillip and Patricia Frost to endow faculty chairs.


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 School of Nursing and Health Studies student Jackie Ferreira wears Magic Leap goggles, which the school is using to develop an application to help familiarize nurse anesthesia students with a hospital operating room. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami

XR Initiative boosts education, research

Extended reality technology is being used to pursue innovations and reimagine teaching and learning.


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 Dr. Evan Peskin picks up donated bakery goods from Giampiero De Persia, owner of Mamma Leone Bakery in Miami. Photos: Maya Bell/University of Miami

Doctor feeds off-duty passion with Good Samaritan Meals

Co-founded by alumnus Dr. Evan Peskin, the small nonprofit is tackling a big mission to put good food into the mouths of the hungry.


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 The Miami skyline at night.

University is a pipeline for technology boom

Miami is quickly emerging as a new tech epicenter. University scholars discuss the industry’s expansion and the buzz it’s generating.


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 Concept art courtesy of Tomas Pribanic

Engineering student’s technology could revolutionize the use of drones

Tomas Pribanic has found a way to apply ion thrust to autonomous aerial vehicles in Earth’s atmosphere, creating a silent propulsion system.

 Taylor Washington, president of the National Society of Black Engineers, created a virtual museum highlighting the University of Miami's rich Black history.

Undergrad creates virtual exhibition to celebrate Black achievements

Taylor Washington, debuted the online display to highlight the rich Black history at the University of Miami.

Engineering student’s technology could revolutionize the use of drones

Tomas Pribanic has found a way to apply ion thrust to autonomous aerial vehicles in Earth’s atmosphere, creating a silent propulsion system.

Undergrad creates virtual exhibition to celebrate Black achievements

Taylor Washington, debuted the online display to highlight the rich Black history at the University of Miami.



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Our Story: Black Excellence, a three-day virtual reunion featuring forums providing insight on topics impacting wealth, health, and education, led by prominent institutional, student, and alumni leaders.

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Our Story: Black Excellence, a three-day virtual reunion featuring forums providing insight on topics impacting wealth, health, and education, led by prominent institutional, student, and alumni leaders.

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The Black Alumni Society’s Our Story: Black Excellence three-day virtual reunion features forums providing insight on topics impacting wealth, health, and education, led by prominent institutional, student, and alumni leaders.

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