Professional athletes Tom Brady, Serena Williams, and Phil Mickelson. Photos: The Associated Press

How age-defying professional athletes are beating father time

Advancements in nutrition, training, and sports medicine have helped athletes like Tom Brady, Phil Mickelson, and Serena Williams extend their careers and excel in their sport.


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In 2018, homes along the New River in Jacksonville, N.C. were flooded as a result of high tides and rain from Hurricane Florence. Photo: The Associated Press

Research recommends managed retreat as climate change option

Katharine Mach, argues in a new paper that managed retreat—moving people and property out of harm’s way—should be viewed as a proactive approach that can support communities and livelihoods in the face of climate change.


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Department of Environmental Science and Policy

 As part of his doctoral research, Christian C. Steputat documented the use of special rebars used in the construction of the Ibis Bridge in Lighthouse Point. Photo courtesy Christian C. Steputat

Civil engineer helps build a better bridge

Doctoral student Christian C. Steputat has worked on design and construction projects all over the world. This effort in the Broward County suburb of Lighthouse Point may be his most important. Find out why.


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College of Engineering

 Frost School alumna Diana Rush, left, and graduate student Olivia Rich co-teach the Little Canes classes. Photo: Evan Garcia/University of Miami

Training ground fuels musical careers, dreams

For nearly two decades, the Frost Preparatory Program at the University of Miami has served children by taking them on a musical journey.


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 Brant Point, Nantucket Island

Architecture students participate in Nantucket challenge

The group was invited to help the coastal island town reimagine ways it can meet the challenge of sea level rise.


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 Students developed an extended reality application for the International Inn, a historic hotel in northern Miami Beach.

Students’ extended reality projects propel education

Four projects are part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed students to explore a topic enhanced by mixed reality.

 NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite 13 (GOES-13) captured this natural-color image of Hurricane Sandy on October 28, 2012. Photo: NOAA

A focus on hurricanes

The student group, ’Canes on ’Canes, explain tropical cyclone research at the Rosenstiel School and an outlook on the 2021 hurricane season.

Students’ extended reality projects propel education

Four projects are part of the first XR Awards—grants that allowed students to explore a topic enhanced by mixed reality.

A focus on hurricanes

The student group, ’Canes on ’Canes, explain tropical cyclone research at the Rosenstiel School and an outlook on the 2021 hurricane season.



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Coral Reef.  Photo Courtesy: Liv Williamson

Alumni lead the way in coral conservation

Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science alumni across the country are conducting innovative research, influencing policy, and educating the public to save coral reefs.

Dr. Teshamae Monteith strives to cure patients from crippling headaches

For one neurologist, success starts by showing up

Dr. Teshamae Monteith strives to cure patients from crippling headaches.

Alumna Roberta Goode

From counting cans to hall of fame inventor

Alumna Roberta Goode rose from a life of poverty to become a successful inventor, entrepreneur, and role model for young women in STEM fields.

John Czelusniak

A life learner finds his niche in renewable energy

John Czelusniak, an entrepreneur since high school, has made his way to top-level marketing positions by identifying his weaknesses and proactively closing the gaps.

Coral Reef.  Photo Courtesy: Liv Williamson

Alumni lead the way in coral conservation

Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science alumni across the country are conducting innovative research, influencing policy, and educating the public to save coral reefs.

For one neurologist, success starts by showing up

Dr. Teshamae Monteith strives to cure patients from crippling headaches.

From counting cans to hall of fame inventor

Alumna Roberta Goode rose from a life of poverty to become a successful inventor, entrepreneur, and role model for young women in STEM fields.

A life learner finds his niche in renewable energy

John Czelusniak, an entrepreneur since high school, has made his way to top-level marketing positions by identifying his weaknesses and proactively closing the gaps.