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University community unites to aid devastated southwest Florida

In the wake of Hurricane Ian’s destruction, relief efforts will explore assisting agencies on Florida’s West Coast, collecting essential supplies, and providing other help that may be needed.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/university-community-unites-to-aid-devastated-southwest-florida.html


Kal Penn to students: Career success is not defined by its obstacles

Detailing his navigation of a dynamic career, the actor and former White House administrator motivated students to break through societal barriers during Student Government's “What Matters To U” speaker series that was held on Thursday evening at the Donna E. Shalala Student Center.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/kal-penn-to-students-career-success-is-not-defined-by-its-obstacles.html


Program supports Asian American education, leadership on campus

The Asian Leadership Academy aims to educate the University of Miami community about Asian American history, while cultivating leadership skills and opportunities for students.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/program-supports-asian-american-education-leadership-on-campus.html



What could the new government of Italy mean for the European Union?

Joaquín Roy, Jean Monnet Professor and director of the University of Miami European Union Center of Excellence, analyzes the recent election of Giorgia Meloni as Italian prime minister.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/what-could-the-new-government-of-italy-mean-for-the-european-union.html

What could the new government of Italy mean for the European Union?

Joaquín Roy, Jean Monnet Professor and director of the University of Miami European Union Center of Excellence, analyzes the recent election of Giorgia Meloni as Italian prime minister.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/what-could-the-new-government-of-italy-mean-for-the-european-union.html


Ambassadors to help students navigate disability, accessibility, awareness

First conceptualized during meetings between students, administrators, and the Student Coalition for Disabilities working group, a new organization aims to offer support, raise awareness, and build a sense of community for students with disabilities.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/ambassadors-to-help-students-navigate-disability-accessibility-awareness.html

Ambassadors to help students navigate disability, accessibility, awareness

First conceptualized during meetings between students, administrators, and the Student Coalition for Disabilities working group, a new organization aims to offer support, raise awareness, and build a sense of community for students with disabilities.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/ambassadors-to-help-students-navigate-disability-accessibility-awareness.html



Researchers fly into the maelstrom

University of Miami scientists deploy aboard Hurricane Hunter aircraft to gather the critical data needed that could help save lives and advance research on tropical cyclones.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/researchers-fly-into-the-maelstrom.html

Researchers fly into the maelstrom

University of Miami scientists deploy aboard Hurricane Hunter aircraft to gather the critical data needed that could help save lives and advance research on tropical cyclones.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/researchers-fly-into-the-maelstrom.html


Valuable treasures unearthed in the University’s Special Collections

Among the findings was a sketch in a book at the University of Miami Otto G. Richter Library determined to be a drawing by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/valuable-treasures-unearthed-in-the-universitys-special-collections.html

Valuable treasures unearthed in the University’s Special Collections

Among the findings was a sketch in a book at the University of Miami Otto G. Richter Library determined to be a drawing by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/valuable-treasures-unearthed-in-the-universitys-special-collections.html



Termites may have a larger role in future ecosystems

University of Miami tropical biologist Amy Zanne led an international research study to investigate termite and microbial wood discovery and decay.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/termites-may-have-a-larger-role-in-future-ecosystems.html

Termites may have a larger role in future ecosystems

University of Miami tropical biologist Amy Zanne led an international research study to investigate termite and microbial wood discovery and decay.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/termites-may-have-a-larger-role-in-future-ecosystems.html


Actor, former White House administrator to speak to students

Kal Penn—former associate director of the White House Office of Public Engagement under the Barack Obama administration, who is also known for his role in the “Harold & Kumar” movie series and for the TV show “House”—will address students during the next installment of the Student Government’s speaker series, What Matters to U.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/actor-former-white-house-administrator-to-speak-to-students.html

Actor, former White House administrator to speak to students

Kal Penn—former associate director of the White House Office of Public Engagement under the Barack Obama administration, who is also known for his role in the “Harold & Kumar” movie series and for the TV show “House”—will address students during the next installment of the Student Government’s speaker series, What Matters to U.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/actor-former-white-house-administrator-to-speak-to-students.html


Work selected for One Book, One U highlights the climate crisis

This year’s book selection, “The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World,” encourages the University of Miami community to discuss and examine the crisis of climate change and addresses how to cope with the myriad of social and economic issues that come along with it.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/work-selected-for-one-book-one-u-highlights-the-climate-crisis.html

Work selected for One Book, One U highlights the climate crisis

This year’s book selection, “The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World,” encourages the University of Miami community to discuss and examine the crisis of climate change and addresses how to cope with the myriad of social and economic issues that come along with it.

https://news.miami.edu//stories/2022/09/work-selected-for-one-book-one-u-highlights-the-climate-crisis.html


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