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Get Out the Vote focuses on increasing civic engagement a year after presidential election
News, Politics

Get Out the Vote focuses on increasing civic engagement a year after presidential election

Presidential elections historically have the highest voter turnout rates in the United States, but at the University of Miami, Get Out the Vote is ensuring that students on campus know it’s important to be civically engaged all the time. GOTV, a student organization focused on providing students with education, registration and involvement opportunities, has been…

Brandon Gilliland named new vice president and chief financial officer
Administration, News

Brandon Gilliland named new vice president and chief financial officer

Brandon Gilliland, current vice president for finance at Wake Forest University, has been named the University of Miami’s new vice president and chief financial officer. Gilliland will “provide leadership, oversight and stewardship for all aspects of the university’s financial resources,” according to an announcement released by Executive Vice President for Business and Finance and Chief…

Jessica Brumley appointed new vice president for Facilities Operations and Planning
Administration, News

Jessica Brumley appointed new vice president for Facilities Operations and Planning

Jessica Brumley has been named the University of Miami’s new vice president for Facilities Operations and Planning beginning in January. Brumley’s appointment was announced Nov. 1 in an email from Jacqueline Travisano, vice president for business and finance and chief operating officer. In her role as vice president of Facilities Management at Nova Southeastern University,…

Days of service combine for maximum effort
Community, News

Days of service combine for maximum effort

Nearly two months after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida, more than 350 students united on Oct. 28 to help sites across South Florida recover from the storm as part of the Magic of Service Day. Students were spread across 21 different sites in South Florida, including at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on…

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