Upperclass geology and marine geoscience students stop during a return hike following investigations of shoreline deposits from ancient Lake Bonneville, which is now the modern Great Salt Lake, with the Wasatch Mountains in the distance. Photos courtesy James Klaus

Exploring geological wonders

Undergraduate students spent a month in Utah and Wyoming tracing the origins of North America through some of its most beautiful topography.


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Marine Geosciences | Geological Sciences

  Ursula LeGuin’s “The Direction of the Road,” one of more than 1,000 artist’s books in the University of Miami Libraries Special Collections. Photo: Michael R. Malone/University of Miami

Artist’s books created by students are unique expressions

An installation of artist’s books on display in the Ashe Building highlight a distinctive art form, which uses a mélange of materials to tell a personal story.


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University Libraries

 President Julio Frenk delivers his third State of the University address. Photo: TJ Lievonen/University of Miami

State of the U highlights resilience, future initiatives

In his third State of the University Town Hall, President Julio Frenk touted the University’s successes in dealing with the pandemic, honored “unsung heroes’’ on the front lines who helped manage the crisis, and outlined major endeavors that will fuel the future.


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Students react to State of the U address

 Liv Williamson performs a rapid ecological assessment of coral reefs off the coast of southern Abaco in the Bahamas. Photo: Kevin Davidson

‘Coral Mama’ works to save reefs from extinction

Liv Williamson, a graduate student in marine studies, is raising coral juveniles in the lab, exposing them to heat-tolerant algae so they can survive a warming planet.


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Marine Biology and Ecology

 "I Love Lucy" remains a popular television show for those seeking a bit of nostalgia. Graphic: Kevin Corrales/University of Miami

Taking a trip down memory lane can be soothing

Nostalgia evokes pleasant memories for many, and it can also help comfort Alzheimer’s patients, according to a University of Miami psychologist.


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Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

The University will commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month through programs on learning and dialogue.

 Ava De Leon is a junior studying marine affairs and public relations at the University of Miami.

Student learns from NOAA scientists

Ava De Leon was one of 15 students who participated in a NOAA internship aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

The University will commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month through programs on learning and dialogue.

Student learns from NOAA scientists

Ava De Leon was one of 15 students who participated in a NOAA internship aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.



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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.