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Prestigious awards office helps students find unique opportunities around the world

Whether studying Mandarin in China, teaching English in France, learning about Zulu tribes in South Africa or digging up ancient ruins in England, University...

Black faculty numbers low

Sophomore Beja Turner has never been taught by a black professor at the University of Miami. “I rarely see them in any of our colleges...

Study abroad resumes fall trips, kickstarts new UBarcelona Program

After canceling all study abroad arrangements for more than a year, the Study Abroad Office has reinstated a select number of programs for the fall semester and is expanding offerings for the spring.

Former dean of UM school of law accepts deanship at Seattle...

The former dean of the University of Miami School of Law, Anthony Varona, will begin his new deanship at Seattle University Law on July 1.

Unexpected power outage as students help non-profit organizations throughout South Florida

It was 9 a.m., the group handling non-profit organization Big Blue & You were two hours away from presenting 25 hours worth of work...

How UM rose 8 spots in national ranking to no. 49

In the latest issue of U.S News and World Report’s “Best Colleges” rankings, the University of Miami ranked no. 49, marking the first time since 2017 that UM has crossed the top-50 threshold.

Remote learning just isn’t the same, students say

“A lot of people have the anxiety of worrying that their family may get the coronavirus and die. When you have a pandemic going on people aren’t able to perform at the same level.”

School of Engineering welcomes Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet

President Julio Frenk and a new class of students are not the only fresh arrivals at the University of Miami campus this fall. On...

UM law community seeks answers on fired dean as transitional replacement...

Following the July 1 appointment of acting Dean Stephen J. Schnably, a respected, long-time professor at UM law, faculty members released a letter criticizing UM’s firing of Varona and demanding answers from Frenk.

UM professor presents new book, discusses closures of U.S. military bases

The book, titled “Salvaging Community,” was released earlier this year. It was co-written by Amanda J. Ashley from Boise State University.