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.
University officials say they have received inquiries from students in the affected countries and from others as well. However, they point out that the ban does not pertain to students with the proper student visas and documentation.
It’s been about a year since the University of Miami announced Jeffrey Duerk as the successor to former provost Thomas LeBlanc. Here’s how he’s spent his first nine months.
Henri Ford calls the position his “dream job.” Meet the new dean of Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine – a Haitian-American pediatric surgeon who wants to serve “every person” in South Florida.
From one “self-made” woman to many aspiring ones, Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium is looking to provide female students the skillset to prosper during and after college.
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.
No back-up parking policy effective Feb. 19, new scanning technology to detect illegally purchased permits
Say goodbye to backing up your car into a tight parking space. New parking policies are on their way, including a transition to digital permits.
Donna Shalala spent eight years as the nation’s secretary of health and human services. Shortly after, she spent 14 years as the University of Miami’s president. Now, she said she might have her eyes set on spending time on Capitol Hill.
Once you go Greek…: two administrators reflect on how fraternity involvement strengthened their ties to UM
UM administrators were once students, too. And yes, they were even involved in Greek Life at their Alma Maters. Now, they reflect on what Greek Life continues to mean to them.
Presidential Shabbats at UM started nearly 10 years ago with “Shabbat Shalala.” Now, with a new first family at UM, the tradition continued with “Frenk Knaul Shabbat,” where social issues such as injustice and inequality were topics of discussion.