Cuban man reading newspaper

Old Rhetoric for a New Generation

A University of Miami political scientist explores what a transition of power in Cuba means for its future.

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Cuba and Caribbean Special Report | Department of Political Science

Carlos, Andres and Mikel Juan Panek

Count Them. Nine. Yes, Nine.

For a generation of Juan family members, all roads lead to the University of Miami for their education.

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Butler Center for Service and Leadership

The Black Sea, captured on May 29, 2017 from NASA’s Aqua satellite

Understanding Carbon in the Deep Ocean

UM scientists are studying the oxygen-deprived waters of the Black Sea to help answer questions about the deepest parts of the ocean and Earth’s climate.

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Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

Caroline Bradley, professor of law in the University of Miami School of Law

Climate Change and Financial Regulation

Caroline Bradley, professor of law, explores the financial implications of climate change.

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Climate Change Special Report

Former Vice President Joe Biden takes photos with UM students

Biden Calls for a Change in Culture

As part of the “It’s On Us” initiative, the former vice president urged the UM community to help combat sexual violence against women.

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It's on Us

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Professor Andrea Heuson, students Brandon Sultanik, Erin Sutherland and Karl Thomson, and Professor Toby Muhlhofer.

Gaining Real World Experience

A team of UM students took first place in the Miami Business School’s second annual Impact Investing in Commercial Real Estate competition.

Zooming in on Black Culture

UMTV airs its first-ever program designed to showcase the experience and excellence of black students.

Gaining Real World Experience

A team of UM students took first place in the Miami Business School’s second annual Impact Investing in Commercial Real Estate competition.

Zooming in on Black Culture

UMTV airs its first-ever program designed to showcase the experience and excellence of black students.

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ALUMNI STORIES

Maha Kikugawa, A.B. ’13

Mindful of the Trees

Maha Kikugawa, A.B. ’13, is the co-founder of Treeful, a luxury treehouse eco-resort in Okinawa where she handles the interior design and marketing for each build.

Miriam Soler Ramos, B.S. ’99, J.D. ’02

Attorney for The City Beautiful

Miriam Soler Ramos, B.S. ’99, J.D. ’02, has dedicated her 16-year legal career to public service, beginning at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office after graduating from Miami Law.

Jen Karetnick, M.F.A. '96

The Best of Miami

Creative Arts teacher Jen Karetnick, M.F.A. ’96, wrote "The 500 Hidden Secrets of Miami – a guide to the best local finds through the eyes of a savvy local."

UM 30 Under 30

Alumni CONNECT

Read the latest issue of your UM Alumni Association’s monthly newsletter. Find news, profiles and events specific to ‘Canes around the world.

Maha Kikugawa, A.B. ’13

Mindful of the Trees

Maha Kikugawa, A.B. ’13, is the co-founder of Treeful, a luxury treehouse eco-resort in Okinawa where she handles the interior design and marketing for each build.

Attorney for The City Beautiful

Miriam Soler Ramos, B.S. ’99, J.D. ’02, has dedicated her 16-year legal career to public service, beginning at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office after graduating from Miami Law.

The Best of Miami

Creative Arts teacher Jen Karetnick, M.F.A. ’96, wrote "The 500 Hidden Secrets of Miami – a guide to the best local finds through the eyes of a savvy local."

Alumni CONNECT

Read the latest issue of your UM Alumni Association’s monthly newsletter. Find news, profiles and events specific to ‘Canes around the world.

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