This past July, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued the University of Miami on behalf of professor Louise Davidson-Schmich, alleging gender-pay discrimination within the political science department.
Currently, there are 400 people registered for the event, comprised of students, alumni, community members, business leaders and faculty.
Frenk said that “the Roadmap to our New Century has a single guiding purpose— to make the University of Miami a beacon of understanding, prosperity and well-being that illuminates and inspires this community and the world.”
Wednesday night, Sept.11 marks the third year of the popular late-night breakfast, where between 750 to 1,000 pancakes are given out.
The “State of the U” began in 2018 when UM’s Board of Trustees approved Frenk’s “Roadmap to Our New Century” agenda.
“As a result of the kind and compassionate tone he has set as a leader, the School of Communication is one of the most collegial and truly interdisciplinary places I’ve ever worked”
President Julio Frenk gave his first “State of the U” address Monday night at the Watsco Center, touching on his “Roadmap to our New Century,” and opened the floor to students afterward.
Students have not had a chance to formally discuss the details of the plan, and how it might impact them. President Julio Frenk said he hopes the “State of the U” town hall meeting Monday night will change that.
Live salsa music and fiesta-inspired refreshments accompanied Dr. Felicia Knaul’s student forum.