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Workshop takes artistic, reflective approach to healthcare
Academics, News

Workshop takes artistic, reflective approach to healthcare

The Lowe Art Museum is dipping its paintbrush into a different can of paint – students looking to pursue careers in medicine can now learn bedside manner from a series of workshops held on campus. Hope Torrents, school program coordinator at the Lowe Art Museum, created a series of workshops entitled, “The Fine Art of Healthcare,”…

Piling peer pressure ruins recent research
Opinion

Piling peer pressure ruins recent research

We often take the truth for granted when we read science news. Straightforward and forceful, the matter-of-fact headlines can be misleading when it comes to cutting-edge science – a soap opera filled with ambiguity, contradictions and even deception. There’s a rising trend of published scientific research papers with findings that can’t be easily reproduced. In…

Opinion

Science courses need content revision

Many think that online resources such as Massive Online Open Courses, commonly referred to as MOOCs, will erase the need for an expensive college degree. And this will soon be the case if the University of Miami does not act to save its rapidly deteriorating value. As science undauntedly marches forward, the university’s science education…

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