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Arc + Id alumna (2011) to Help Create Better-Designed Trauma Rooms
Sara Bayramzadeh, Arc + Id alumna (2011), received a $2.4 million grant to help create better-designed trauma rooms.
Case competition shows value of inexperienced experiences
A team member not knowing what they're doing can be a problem for the team, but sometimes that's just what a team needs to succeed.
11-7-19 Weekly Three
Topics include: recent Senate discussion items, info about Open Educational Resource (OER) workshop, request for faculty to hold Thanksgiving week courses as scheduled, and reminders about the first-generation student celebration activities and HERI faculty survey participation.
International Collaboration Brings 'Pulse' to Miami Stage
A composer, a violinist, and a choreographer quicken the 'Pulse' of Dance Theatre's Winter 2019 Concert
Bestselling author Ruta Sepetys reveals the compelling backstory behind the little-known truths that her novels convey
Internationally acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Ruta Sepetys visited Miami's Wilks Theater on Tuesday, October 15 to talk to students about her novels
How does avian decline affect the Midwest?
Faculty member Dave Russell, one of a handful of master bird banders in the country, works to improve birds' odds of survival.
Senate News, November 4, 2019
Presentations were given for two new majors in the Farmer School of Business. The proposed majors are a Business Analytics Major (B.S. Business) and a Business Administration Major (M.S. Business Management. Jen Green and Kate de Medeiros, Co-Chairs of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Composition, lead a discussion on the Committee's report. They will return for more discussion at a future meeting.
Enter the HWC Creative Writing Contest 2019
Calling all Miami writers of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction! The Howe Writing Center (HWC) is holding a creative writing contest focused on the theme "Change of Seasons."