A cadre of students with the Miami Herbert Business School’s interdisciplinary action project class met with Bahamian students and local businesses in Freeport to share ideas and inspire hope.

Fueling recovery and resilience

Students traveled to Grand Bahama where they viewed destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian and worked with business owners in Freeport on plans for recovery.

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Miami Herbert Business School

Lessons outside the classroom

Doctor of Physical Therapy students learn directly from people with disabilities through a distinctive class, which involves time on the water.

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Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program

Climate Symposium

Climate symposium concludes with energetic, informative public forum

“Few challenges are as complex as climate change,” President Julio Frenk said in opening the Friday event at the Watsco Center Fieldhouse.

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Students thoughts on the symposium | Blog coverage of scientific presentations

Planet Kreyol and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs host a remembrance ceremony to salute victims of the 2010 earthquake with songs, poetry, dance, and more.

Students honor Haiti earthquake victims

The student organization Planet Kreyol hosted a remembrance ceremony that included a keynote address by associate professor Louis Herns Marcelin.

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Haiti Special Report 2015 | Video: Collaborating with purpose

Leadership UMiami takes D.C.

Leadership UMiami takes D.C.

The unique program ended with students in the nation’s capital, meeting with elected officials, exploring Capitol Hill, visiting the House Gallery, and more.

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Butler Center for Service and Leadership

NEWS

Students share their perceptions of the inaugural Miami Climate Symposium

Students share their perceptions on climate symposium

A large number of University of Miami students attended the final day of the symposium.

First-year biology major Maddie Terry checks TikTok for new videos daily. Photo: Mike Montero/University of Miami

A trip down TikTok’s rabbit hole

TikTok’s rapid rise in popularity presents a business opportunity, as well as concerns about privacy and censorship.

Students share their perceptions on climate symposium

A large number of University of Miami students attended the final day of the symposium.

A trip down TikTok’s rabbit hole

TikTok’s rapid rise in popularity presents a business opportunity, as well as concerns about privacy and censorship.



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New year, new you

New year, new you

New Year's resolutions? Tell us about them and see how the UM Alumni Association can help you along the way.

alumna Jenna Edwards, B.S.C. ’04.

Former Miss UM brings joy to kids with cancer

What started as a simple act of kindness—giving away an old pageant crown to a cancer patient—turned into a lifelong endeavor for alumna Jenna Edwards, B.S.C. ’04.

Students studying

Education for Life

The UM Alumni Association now offers free, self-paced online courses on coaching and cybersecurity. Courses start February 3.

Nikita Shiel-Rolle

Nikita Shiel-Rolle

Alumna works towards sustainable development and education in her native Bahamas.

New year, new you

New year, new you

New Year's resolutions? Tell us about them and see how the UM Alumni Association can help you along the way.

Former Miss UM brings joy to kids with cancer

What started as a simple act of kindness—giving away an old pageant crown to a cancer patient—turned into a lifelong endeavor for alumna Jenna Edwards, B.S.C. ’04.

Education for Life

The UM Alumni Association now offers free, self-paced online courses on coaching and cybersecurity. Courses start February 3.

Nikita Shiel-Rolle

Alumna works towards sustainable development and education in her native Bahamas.