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What is the Caribbean Biological Corridor?

A UM anthropologist is studying unique native flora and fauna in the biological corridor that includes Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Cuba.

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Department of Anthropology

Clothes hang out to dry at a dwelling in the downtown area of Kingston, Jamaica.

Delaying Motherhood for Childhood

Doctoral students at the School of Communication are working on a project aimed at reducing adolescent pregnancy in Jamaica.

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Waters of Guanica Bay | Sharing Ideas Amid a Changing Culture | A Hemispheric Approach to Bioethics and Health Policy

Monica Faraldo, lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences.

Unearthing the Mysteries of the Caribbean

Forensic anthropologist Monica Faraldo employs her passion for bones and puzzles to shed light on ancient migratory routes in the Caribbean.

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Chinese Influences in Cuba | A Conversation with Yoani Sanchez | Exploring Shipwrecks in the Caribbean

Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center

UM Dedicates Game-Changing 3D Lab

New College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration.

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Dream It, Print It, Do It

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University of Miami Student Will Always Remember this Veteran

Emi Kopke designed a special commemorative shirt that veteran John Seelie wore to Pearl Harbor anniversary.

Faculty adviser Randy Stano with staff members of Ibis Yearbook and Distraction Magazine

Student Publications Receive Top Awards

Ibis Yearbook, Distraction Magazine receive awards from the Associated Collegiate Press Association.

University of Miami Student Will Always Remember this Veteran

Emi Kopke designed a special commemorative shirt that veteran John Seelie wore to Pearl Harbor anniversary.

Student Publications Receive Top Awards

Ibis Yearbook, Distraction Magazine receive awards from the Associated Collegiate Press Association.

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Brie Coger, A.B. ’05

The Ultimate Bomb Squad

Brie Coger, A.B. ’05, is one of only 12 female enlisted explosive ordnance disposal technicians in the Navy.

Randy Ogren, BED ’72

A World of Fantasy and Imagination

Randy Ogren, BED ’72, has served in the Navy, but has spent most of his career as an artist at Walt Disney World.

Alumni in Business

Alumni in Business

View the UM Alumni Association's new interactive map that showcases alumni-owned and –operated businesses.

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Brie Coger, A.B. ’05

The Ultimate Bomb Squad

Brie Coger, A.B. ’05, is one of only 12 female enlisted explosive ordnance disposal technicians in the Navy.

A World of Fantasy and Imagination

Randy Ogren, BED ’72, has served in the Navy, but has spent most of his career as an artist at Walt Disney World.

Alumni in Business

View the UM Alumni Association's new interactive map that showcases alumni-owned and –operated businesses.

Join ‘Cane Social

Get connected to your UM Alumni Association and share UM updates with your friends and followers to earn points and win prizes!

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