“I love doing things at UM. I’ll come in and guest lecturer in certain classes,” said Michael Tillman, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of PTM Partners “I want my discussions to be interactive. It would be boring otherwise.”
The program not only features the University of Miami Frost School of Music students but also faculty, alumni and friends. UM professor and musician, Will Wulfeck, will be performing with his sextet Thursday, Sept. 26.
“We were interested in saying that these technologies can be used for lots of different approaches in architecture and particularly in how they relate to practices of drawing, which is ancient practice and architecture.” said architect Adam Marcus. “That was one kind of motivation.”
Eltouzkhy expressed gratitude at achieving tenure, a key career milestone for most academics. Being a member of a unique team of faculty and students working on improving people’s education, psychological and physical wellbeing is the most rewarding part of his career.
Monthly book club led by Lowe Art Museum educator to discuss health and well-being begins Tuesday, Sept. 24.
“I think this book club will help the community by bringing up topics that usually discussed in a typical book club, such as “what is really important in your life,” or “stop and think what gives meaning in your life,” clinical psychologist Cristina Pozo-Kaderman said.
“Working at BrewBike Miami has already taught me so many invaluable lessons and skills that I will be able to apply directly in the classroom and carry with me in whatever career path I decide upon.”
Koru Consulting Limited is running a workshop in which participants explore how the world can achieve sustainable goals through persuasive gameplay designed to change players’ interests, activities and opinions.
“Reading and being able to access all kinds of literature is critical, especially in a democracy.”
“I found that the practice of recycling these abandoned bikes is a sensible solution and serves our community,” said Martinez. “My goal is to continue recycling abandoned bikes via these sales and hopefully have students get in the habit of donating them as they graduate.”
On Wednesday, Sept. 11, commuter students held a bowling event as one of their “Social Week” activities. On Thursday, Sept. 12, students met at “The Rat” on campus for a community dinner at 6:30 p.m. The following day, students hosted a “t-shirt cutting party” at noon.
The networking mixer provided an opportunity for students to network, build connections and fellowship with faculty and staff at UM.