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Community remembers professor Liz Rothlein
Campus Life, News, Obituaries

Community remembers professor Liz Rothlein

Liz Rothlein held many titles throughout her life: educator, author and overall leader. Rothlein dedicated 25 years of her life to teaching at the School of Education and Human Development, including 13 years as associate dean. She died on Jan. 6 at her home in Warne, North Carolina. She was 80 years old. On Feb….

$100 million for Frost Institutes will support interdisciplinary STEM, expanded facilities
Construction, News, Science and Technology

$100 million for Frost Institutes will support interdisciplinary STEM, expanded facilities

During his January 2016 inauguration ceremony, University of Miami President Julio Frenk announced a $100 million donation by longtime donors Dr. Phillip and Patricia Frost for the expansion of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Now, a year later, President Frenk announced the money will be used to create the Frost Institutes for Science…

Hillel celebrates 75 years of shaping Jewish student life
Campus Life, News, Religious Life

Hillel celebrates 75 years of shaping Jewish student life

Jeremy Penn remembers spending his freshman year High Holy Days, a three-day celebration for the Jewish community, in the still unrenovated Hillel building. He remembers being skeptical about joining the organization as he traversed the old-fashioned, checkered floorboards and awkward layout. Four years later, dressed up for his senior photos, Penn can recount all the…

Lennar Foundation Medical Center opens
Construction, Health, News

Lennar Foundation Medical Center opens

The Lennar Foundation Medical Center building – a towering glass structure that will house UHealth at Coral Gables, the Student Health Center and the Department of Sports Medicine– opened its doors Friday afternoon after being officially dedicated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Medical leadership, University of Miami administration and Board of Trustee members, alumni and donors filled…

Renowned university donor, philanthropist dies at 81
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Renowned university donor, philanthropist dies at 81

Susan “Sue” Miller, philanthropist and advocate to the University of Miami and South Florida, died Nov. 10 after a battle with cancer. She was 81. After her husband, Leonard Miller, died in 2002, Sue took it upon herself to continue working to uplift and educate students at UM. “Sue Miller was an inspirational force in…

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