The class, called Congress and American Foreign Policy, will be the first in a series of classes taught by Ros-Lehtinen and offer students a unique opportunity to hear about Congress from an insider’s perspective.
In a world of instant news, staying informed can be overwhelming. UM Law School’s new podcast, the Miami Law Explainer, aims to make current events easier to digest and understand.
Classes were temporarily suspended Wednesday afternoon when a ruptured air conditioner belt sent smoke through the vents in law school Building F.
It has taken more than a year for the University of Miami to announce who will hold the nation’s title as first atheism, humanism and secular ethics chair. But starting July 1, Anjan Chakravartty will occupy the position.
Not only is the atheism chair the first at the University of Miami, but it is also the first endowed academic chair of this kind in the nation.
While internships look impressive on resumes, students find they are most beneficial as a means of determining the trajectory of their chosen career paths.
The College of Engineering hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 23 for its new “Collaborative Laboratory,” a 3D printing lab that the University of Miami partnered with Johnson & Johnson to create. The university will now have one of the most advanced university-based 3D printing labs in the United States and the technology to take engineering…
The orange carpet rolled out, and the ribbon was cut. After two years of construction, the School of Nursing and Health Studies’ Simulation Hospital officially opened its doors. At five stories and 41,000 square feet, the state-of-the-art building is one of the largest and most advanced simulation hospitals of its kind in the world. University…