CARTHE studying oil released into our oceans

Assessing the impacts of oil contamination

University of Miami scientists continue to lead studies investigating how the worst oil spill in U.S. History affected the environment and marine life.

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CARTHE

Data stock photo

Plotting the future through data

The University of Miami is increasingly using big data, or data science, to enhance multidisciplinary research and learning.

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Center for Computational Science (CCS)

Jermaine Chambers (left) and Gerard Daphnis during Wednesday's National Donate Life Month event, held at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Teammates for life

When Gerard Daphnis needed a new kidney, his former UM football teammate Jermaine Chambers stepped up to the plate, strengthening the bond between the two.

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Miller School of Medicine

Student practices hand signals with Alfonz the dolphin

Focus on dolphin rehabilitation and research

A one-of-a-kind course lets Rosenstiel students spend time with bottlenose dolphins at a rescue and rehabilitation facility in Key Largo.

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Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

Hilary Yip is a master’s candidate in music therapy at the University of Miami Frost School of Music.

Drawing on her strengths to support others

Graduate student Hilary Yip blended her knowledge of martial arts with her background in music therapy to help boys on the autism spectrum improve their coordination and confidence.

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See-through fish aid scientists in autism-related breakthrough

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President Julio Frenk presents senior Kendall Kilberger with the Phi Beta Kappa Award for Excellence in Liberal Learning at the Phi Beta Kappa initiation ceremony

Phi Beta Kappa initiates new members

The nation’s oldest and most-widely known academic honor society inducted 45 students from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Korean-American actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong spoke in the second installment of Student Government's "What Matters to U" lecture series.

Ken Jeong tells students, ‘make the most of it and make it your own’

For the second installment of its “What Matters to U” lecture series, Student Government invited actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong to discuss his atypical career path.

Phi Beta Kappa initiates new members

The nation’s oldest and most-widely known academic honor society inducted 45 students from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Ken Jeong tells students, ‘make the most of it and make it your own’

For the second installment of its “What Matters to U” lecture series, Student Government invited actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong to discuss his atypical career path.



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Eugene Williams with his wife, Mary Johnson

‘Till victory is won’

UM alumnus Eugene Williams Sr. is on a crusade to get the black national anthem played at more NBA and college games in February.

Harold "Hal” Long, Jr., Esq.

The value of connecting

Harold "Hal” Long, Jr., Esq., a longtime lawyer, founder of United Black Students at UM and a current member of the Citizens Board, has a true affinity for UM.

Virtual Career Cafe on computer

Career services

Discover dates to attend a digital career services event, either Virtual Career Café to polish your résumé and sharpen your skills or 'Canes Mentoring 'Canes, to learn from the experts.

Alumni Weekend 2018

UM Alumni Connect

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

Eugene Williams with his wife, Mary Johnson

‘Till victory is won’

UM alumnus Eugene Williams Sr. is on a crusade to get the black national anthem played at more NBA and college games in February.

The value of connecting

Harold "Hal” Long, Jr., Esq., a longtime lawyer, founder of United Black Students at UM and a current member of the Citizens Board, has a true affinity for UM.

Career services

Discover dates to attend a digital career services event, either Virtual Career Café to polish your résumé and sharpen your skills or 'Canes Mentoring 'Canes, to learn from the experts.

UM Alumni Connect

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