The Lowe Art Museum is located at the University of Miami Coral Gables Campus.
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The Lowe welcomes back in-person visitors

The Lowe Art Museum on the Coral Gables Campus has reopened to the general public and will offer free admission through May 31, 2022.

The Lowe welcomes back in-person visitors

The Lowe Art Museum on the Coral Gables Campus has reopened to the general public and will offer free admission through May 31, 2022.

Students harmonize music talent with business savvy

With an emphasis on creative collaboration and cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit, the Frost School of Music’s Modern Artist Development and Entrepreneurship program prepares young musicians to navigate the dynamic and mercurial music industry.

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Cuban Heritage Collection to host fourth New Directions Conference

More than 40 experts on Cuba will convene virtually to discuss relevant topics to the island nation and its exile community, including social media, the arts, and the role of race in the dissident movement.

stories/2021/10/cuban-heritage-collection-to-host-fourth-new-directions-conference.html


Inspire U program celebrates 10th anniversary

The mentorship program, which is housed under the School of Education and Human Development, brings together University of Miami students with Booker T. Washington Senior High School students to learn about college life and share life experiences.

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‘Interpreting the Past to Forecast the Future’

During the Rosenstiel School’s latest Climate Café, researchers addressed methods for studying former climate conditions and how those techniques can help paint a clearer picture of what the Earth will look like.

stories/2021/10/interpreting-the-past-to-forecast-the-future.html

‘Interpreting the Past to Forecast the Future’

During the Rosenstiel School’s latest Climate Café, researchers addressed methods for studying former climate conditions and how those techniques can help paint a clearer picture of what the Earth will look like.

stories/2021/10/interpreting-the-past-to-forecast-the-future.html


Students plan to volunteer, reconnect, recharge during fall break

The University’s fall break runs from Thursday, Oct. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 17. While some students will be performing community service with the Alternative Breaks program, others will be using their time off to travel, visit with friends and family, and unwind as they reach the halfway point of the semester.

stories/2021/10/students-plan-to-volunteer,-reconnect,-recharge-during-fall-break.html

Students plan to volunteer, reconnect, recharge during fall break

The University’s fall break runs from Thursday, Oct. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 17. While some students will be performing community service with the Alternative Breaks program, others will be using their time off to travel, visit with friends and family, and unwind as they reach the halfway point of the semester.

stories/2021/10/students-plan-to-volunteer,-reconnect,-recharge-during-fall-break.html



Contaminated site in Puerto Rico could get special status

Naresh Kumar, a professor of environmental health at the University of Miami, has documented dangerous levels of poisonous chemicals in Guánica Bay for the past seven years and has spearheaded outreach efforts to raise awareness about the problem and to have the EPA designate the area for management and cleanup.

stories/2021/10/contaminated-site-in-puerto-rico-could-get-special-status.html

Contaminated site in Puerto Rico could get special status

Naresh Kumar, a professor of environmental health at the University of Miami, has documented dangerous levels of poisonous chemicals in Guánica Bay for the past seven years and has spearheaded outreach efforts to raise awareness about the problem and to have the EPA designate the area for management and cleanup.

stories/2021/10/contaminated-site-in-puerto-rico-could-get-special-status.html


Medical experts: Flu vaccines have many benefits, few side-effects

University of Miami physicians urge everyone, including students, faculty, and staff to get vaccinated against the flu—and COVID-19—to protect themselves, their families, and the community at-large.

stories/2021/10/medical-experts-flu-vaccines-have-many-benefits,-few-side-effects.html

Medical experts: Flu vaccines have many benefits, few side-effects

University of Miami physicians urge everyone, including students, faculty, and staff to get vaccinated against the flu—and COVID-19—to protect themselves, their families, and the community at-large.

stories/2021/10/medical-experts-flu-vaccines-have-many-benefits,-few-side-effects.html



Conference explores root causes of the US-Mexico border crisis

Panelists will discuss the historical context, and possible solutions, for the ongoing crisis that brought thousands of Haitians from Latin America to the U.S.-Mexican border last month.

stories/2021/10/conference-explores-root-causes-of-the-u.s.-mexico-border-crisis.html

Conference explores root causes of the US-Mexico border crisis

Panelists will discuss the historical context, and possible solutions, for the ongoing crisis that brought thousands of Haitians from Latin America to the U.S.-Mexican border last month.

stories/2021/10/conference-explores-root-causes-of-the-u.s.-mexico-border-crisis.html


On-the-ground experience teaches students about geology

University of Miami undergraduates spent a month last summer in Utah and Wyoming tracing the origins of North America through some of its most beautiful topography.

stories/2021/10/on-the-ground-experience-teaches-students-about-geology.html

On-the-ground experience teaches students about geology

University of Miami undergraduates spent a month last summer in Utah and Wyoming tracing the origins of North America through some of its most beautiful topography.

stories/2021/10/on-the-ground-experience-teaches-students-about-geology.html


University community uses ‘Brave Spaces’ to talk about Cuba

In a virtual panel discussion held during Hispanic Heritage Month, Cuba experts, students, and others discussed the island’s history and its recent, massive anti-government protests.

stories/2021/10/university-community-uses-brave-spaces-to-talk-about-cuba.html

University community uses ‘Brave Spaces’ to talk about Cuba

In a virtual panel discussion held during Hispanic Heritage Month, Cuba experts, students, and others discussed the island’s history and its recent, massive anti-government protests.

stories/2021/10/university-community-uses-brave-spaces-to-talk-about-cuba.html


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