Researchers work to find strategies to produce seafood

Researchers work to find strategies to produce seafood

The Rosenstiel School’s growing Aquaculture Program trains students to cultivate high-demand fish using techniques they develop and refine at the Experimental Fish Hatchery.


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Aquaculture Degree Track

 With the help of a friend, Fortier uses extending pruning poles to collect live leaves from a canopy tree. He will use the leaves to identify the species of the tree and later preserve the sample to store in an herbarium. Photos courtesy of Bill Hawthorne.

Surveying trees of the southwestern Amazon

Biology graduate student Riley Fortier is working to understand forest dynamics and diversity at the edge of the Amazon rainforest.


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College of Arts and Sciences | Department of Biology

Lowe Art Museum

The Lowe welcomes back in-person visitors

The Lowe Art Museum has reopened to the general public and will offer free admission through May 31, 2022.


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Lowe Art Museum

 ’Canes Take Flight, the spirited event that kicks off the new academic year, was held Thursday at the Watsco Center. Photo: Mike Montero/University of Miami

Thousands of new students welcomed to the U

In a festive celebration at the Watsco Center, President Julio Frenk and others formally greeted first-year and transfer students at the annual ’Canes Take Flight program.


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Department of Orientation and Commuter Student Involvement

 Students begin move in for the Fall 2021 semester

Students arrive for Fall 2021 semester

Thousands of new and returning students are arriving from all over the globe to begin their journey at the University of Miami.


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Division of Student Affairs

NEWS

 Students walk to and from class on Monday, Aug. 23, 2021. Photo: Jenny Hudak/University of Miami

The start of a new academic year—in photos

Thousands of University of Miami students made their way to the Coral Gables Campus for the Fall 2021 semester. Here’s a pictorial view of their first two weeks.

 The Student Government leadership, from left: Ajiri Uzere, Landon Coles, and Grace Tenke. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami

Student Government’s executive officers eager to inspire, serve

As the Coral Gables Campus begins the fall academic semester, Student Government’s new leaders are encouraging others to get involved by setting an example.

The start of a new academic year—in photos

Thousands of University of Miami students made their way to the Coral Gables Campus for the Fall 2021 semester. Here’s a pictorial view of their first two weeks.

Student Government’s executive officers eager to inspire, serve

As the Coral Gables Campus begins the fall academic semester, Student Government’s new leaders are encouraging others to get involved by setting an example.



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Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., B.S.C. ’89, president and chief executive officer of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Mapping a reset for the post-pandemic workplace

RESET: A Leader’s Guide to Work in an Age of Upheaval, the Wall Street Journal bestseller by University of Miami alumnus and trustee Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., charts a path forward for businesses facing a new, post-pandemic reality.

Josephine Caminos Oría, M.A. ’02

Between two worlds, alumna finds her true self

Josephine Caminos Oría, M.A. ’02, explores her family’s Argentine culinary heritage and tableside traditions in a new memoir of a life lived between two worlds.

Shark Research and Conservation Program

One ’Cane’s story of family, resilience, entrepreneurship—and sharks

From prewar Poland, to prerevolutionary Cuba, to present-day Miami, Stan Rudman and his family have built an American success story.

2021 Brighter Shades campaign

Creating Brighter Shades

For his winning sunglass case design, senior Giovanni Aprigliano created a collage that captures the U’s bright spirit—past, present, and future.

Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., B.S.C. ’89, president and chief executive officer of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Mapping a reset for the post-pandemic workplace

RESET: A Leader’s Guide to Work in an Age of Upheaval, the Wall Street Journal bestseller by University of Miami alumnus and trustee Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., charts a path forward for businesses facing a new, post-pandemic reality.

Between two worlds, alumna finds her true self

Josephine Caminos Oría, M.A. ’02, explores her family’s Argentine culinary heritage and tableside traditions in a new memoir of a life lived between two worlds.

One ’Cane’s story of family, resilience, entrepreneurship—and sharks

From prewar Poland, to prerevolutionary Cuba, to present-day Miami, Stan Rudman and his family have built an American success story.

Creating Brighter Shades

For his winning sunglass case design, senior Giovanni Aprigliano created a collage that captures the U’s bright spirit—past, present, and future.