The now-shuttered Ochoa Fertilizer factory in Guánica, Puerto Rico. Photos: Naresh Kumar/University of Miami

Researcher’s help spurs toxic cleanup

Environmental health scientist Naresh Kumar’s work measuring toxic chemicals in Guánica, Puerto Rico, resulted in the area being designated an EPA Superfund site.


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Skippers with disabilities from Shake-A-Leg Miami teach Miller School physical therapy students about sailing—and life.

Come sail away

Skippers with disabilities from Shake-A-Leg Miami teach Miller School physical therapy students about sailing—and life.


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 Yi-Mei Ciou, Frost School of Music percussion student pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts, performs at the Knight Center for Music Innovation. Photo: Joao Da Fraga/University of Miami

Summer guide to the arts at the U

From art exhibits to classic and modern films to the Frost Chopin Festival, find an summer art event to your liking.


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 Cam Ezell will be working at The Launch Pad will he pursues his graduate studies. Photo: Eliza Ball/University of Miami

Supporting startups

Cam Ezell stretched his entrepreneurship muscle as a venture consultant for The Launch Pad, and will continue his efforts this fall.

 Luis Garcia Conde and Kyle Walkine

Enhancing the work of journalists

Two School of Communication graduate students received microgrants from the Graduate School that will allow them to gather data for their theses.

Supporting startups

Cam Ezell stretched his entrepreneurship muscle as a venture consultant for The Launch Pad, and will continue his efforts this fall.

Enhancing the work of journalists

Two School of Communication graduate students received microgrants from the Graduate School that will allow them to gather data for their theses.



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University of Miami 30 Under 30 list

Meet the 2024 30 Under 30

The University of Miami Alumni Association honors 30 outstanding ’Canes under 30 for making impressive strides in their professions and communities.

 Father John Buonocore (center) with his friends and fellow ’Canes, from left: Dr. Michael Groswald, B.A. ’15; Dr. Olivia Bullock, B.S. ’15; Robert Bullock, M.B.A. ’23; and Thomas Reilly, B.S.B.A. ’17.

A journey to the priesthood

John Buonocore, B.S.B.E. ’15, trained as an engineer but has found his calling as a newly ordained Catholic priest.

Spencer Cohen, B.S.C. ’14, and Megan Gray Cohen, B.S.H.S. ’14, D.P.T. ’17

A love story at the U

Spencer Cohen, B.S.C. ’14, and Megan Gray Cohen, B.S.H.S. ’14, D.P.T. ’17, met in their first year at the U and are each other’s biggest cheerleaders in life and work.

 Palm Beach County ’Canes volunteered at Justin Bartlett Animal Center.

’Canes Day of Service 2024 album

Our fourth annual ’Canes Day of Service brought ’Canes Communities together to participate in local service projects.

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