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Frost Institute for Chemistry and Molecular Science set to open in...

“It is going to be a great opportunity for doing undergraduate research. It is also going to bring in a great amount of infrastructure and it will be very important to expand the scientific research that we can do,” said Marc Knecht, a chair and professor in UM’s Department of Chemistry.

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.

Steven Joel Sotloff Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund created to uplift journalism...

Arthur and Shirley Sotloff, the parents of Steven Sotloff, a Miami-based journalist who was beheaded by ISIS militants in 2014 after being kidnapped, have...
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UM rises to No. 44 national ranking, top spot in Florida

The University of Miami returned to the No. 44 spot in the 2017 edition of the U.S. News and World Report National University Rankings....

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...

Insider trading results in regrettable consequences

Roomy Khan visited the Storer Auditorium at the University of Miami School of Business to discuss the dangers of insider trading on Tuesday night. Khan...

Shalala takes break from classroom

This spring semester marks the 10-year anniversary of President Donna E. Shalala teaching the U.S. Health Care Crisis: The Politics of Health Care Reform...

CNN producer shares importance of combatting ‘fake news’

Christina Zdanowicz, a CNN iReport and Social Discovery Senior Producer, spoke to students in the School of Communication (SoC) about her experience with verifying...

Faculty Senate condemns Frenk’s decision to dismiss law school dean

Senate faculty support of the dean comes two days after the law school’s tenured faculty adopted a resolution protesting Varona’s removal, just hours after the president announced the dismissal.

Ancient Greek heroine Antigone has modern relevance

Anastasia Bakogianni presented a fresh take on the nearly 2,500-year-old Greek play “Antigone” Monday at the University of Miami’s Richter Library. Bakogianni, who teaches courses...

Miami Herbert Business School establishes The Latina Project, aims to support...

The Miami Herbert Business School launched The Latina Project this year to help women build social capital, succeed in their professional careers and launch...

Two-year project nears end

The end is in sight for a two-year long construction project at the University of Miami’s RSMAS campus as the project enters its final...