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The University of Miami’s story—past, present, and future—is a collective narrative told by the thousands of individuals who have developed the education, research, service, and spirit of community that are our hallmark. Our faculty, staff, students, alumni and supporters have played a pivotal role in the growth and prosperity of this city, this region, and beyond.

President Julio Frenk
University of Miami

No country, no company, no university by itself can meet all the challenges that it is expected to without taking into account what happens in the rest of the world. We need to educate young people who truly are global citizens.

UM President Frenk Receives Bouchet Award

The prestigious honor is named for Yale alumnus Edward A. Bouchet, who in 1876 became the first African-American to earn a Ph.D. in any discipline from an American university.

Hemispheric Collaboration to Solve Pressing Problems

UM Center for Computational Science, Yucatan State Government’s Information Technologies Innovation Center ‘Heuristic’ sign strategic agreement to create “UM Computational Science Center for the Americas.”

Cuban-Americans Welcome President Frenk and Dr. Knaul

UM President Julio Frenk and his wife, Dr. Felicia Knaul, shared in a celebration of Cuban history and heritage at a special dinner.

Engineering Week Explores Diversity, STEM

Hundreds of students attend a week of events to learn more about engineering and change the perception that it's not for women or minorities.

Hemispheric Collaboration to Solve Pressing Problems

UM Center for Computational Science, Yucatan State Government’s Information Technologies Innovation Center ‘Heuristic’ sign strategic agreement to create “UM Computational Science Center for the Americas.”

Cuban-Americans Welcome President Frenk and Dr. Knaul

UM President Julio Frenk and his wife, Dr. Felicia Knaul, shared in a celebration of Cuban history and heritage at a special dinner.

Engineering Week Explores Diversity, STEM

Hundreds of students attend a week of events to learn more about engineering and change the perception that it's not for women or minorities.



@julio_frenk - Apr 29
RT @CanesTrack: Congrats to hurdler Artie Burns on being drafted in the first round by the Pittsburgh Steelers! https://t.co/mJlJ1Gwmj5



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