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The 41st annual conference on the Caribbean and Central America came to the University of Miami School of Business Administration, gathering experts and entrepreneurs to contextualize what the technology revolution in business and industry means for the region.


University of Miami School of Business Receives Major Gift to Support Entrepreneurship

The Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation gift will establish the Business Plan Competition Endowed Fund.

University of Miami School of Business Receives Major Gift to Support Entrepreneurship

The Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation gift will establish the Business Plan Competition Endowed Fund.

University of Miami School of Business Receives Major Gift to Support Entrepreneurship

The Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation gift will establish the Business Plan Competition Endowed Fund.


Canada’s Health Systems Not an Apt Model for U.S.

C. David Naylor, a UM Presidential Scholar and public health policy expert, provided insight into health systems and what works.

Canada’s Health Systems Not an Apt Model for U.S.

C. David Naylor, a UM Presidential Scholar and public health policy expert, provided insight into health systems and what works.


American Caravan for Peace

A cohort of five religious leaders from Miami, including a rabbi and imam from the University of Miami, attended the American Peace Caravan in Morocco in October to promote peace and understanding.


Gabrielle Union Inspires Students to Be Authentic

Hollywood actress and star of the hit BET series Being Mary Jane gets real about gender, race and courage in the face of adversity.


UM, City of Coral Gables Share Accomplishments

The annual development agreement meeting is a time for the city and University to share information and insights.


ESPN College GameDay to Broadcast Live from UM Campus

Students, community encouraged to attend live show on Coral Gables campus.


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.



UM Continues to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas

The University of Miami continues to welcome professors and eligible students from Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other Caribbean territories impacted by the recent hurricanes to support their research and scholarship.

UM Continues to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas

The University of Miami continues to welcome professors and eligible students from Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other Caribbean territories impacted by the recent hurricanes to support their research and scholarship.


Students Keep Homecoming Traditions Alive

From decorating ornaments for the Spirit Tree to an a cappella remix of the Alma Mater, Homecoming week competitions engage students in annual traditions.

Students Keep Homecoming Traditions Alive

From decorating ornaments for the Spirit Tree to an a cappella remix of the Alma Mater, Homecoming week competitions engage students in annual traditions.



The Danger of the Status Quo

Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Jim Yong Kim shared insights on global health and lessons learned during a Q & A session at UM’s Cosford Cinema.

The Danger of the Status Quo

Partners In Health co-founder Dr. Jim Yong Kim shared insights on global health and lessons learned during a Q & A session at UM’s Cosford Cinema.


UM Scientist Awarded Grant Aimed to Increase U.S. Aquaculture Production

The award is part of $9.3 million NOAA has slated to help spur the development and growth of shellfish, finfish and seaweed aquaculture businesses.

UM Scientist Awarded Grant Aimed to Increase U.S. Aquaculture Production

The award is part of $9.3 million NOAA has slated to help spur the development and growth of shellfish, finfish and seaweed aquaculture businesses.



Building the Instinct for Affordable Housing

A minimum-wage worker would have to hold three full-time jobs to afford an average market-rate apartment in Miami, a city with the nation’s highest share of severely cost-burdened renters—individuals and families who spend at least 50 percent of their income on housing.

Building the Instinct for Affordable Housing

A minimum-wage worker would have to hold three full-time jobs to afford an average market-rate apartment in Miami, a city with the nation’s highest share of severely cost-burdened renters—individuals and families who spend at least 50 percent of their income on housing.


UM School of Education Receives $6.5 Million Grant

The grant will help Miami-Dade teachers engage students with diverse learning needs.

UM School of Education Receives $6.5 Million Grant

The grant will help Miami-Dade teachers engage students with diverse learning needs.


Catalonia’s Vote for Independence

A native of the region, UM’s Joaquin Roy explores the ramifications of Catalonia’s independence referendum.

Catalonia’s Vote for Independence

A native of the region, UM’s Joaquin Roy explores the ramifications of Catalonia’s independence referendum.


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