#MoveInMiami, the university’s annual day of giving, is a way Miamians collectively make a difference each year for the students and the university. The goal is to honor the incoming Class of 2026 with 2,026 gifts in 20 hours and 26 minutes on Thursday, August 18.
Among more than 150 projects seeking funding are several projects related to Farmer School programs or organizations:
- The Economics Support Effort is a fundraising campaign for Department of Economics initiatives.
- The Information Systems and Analytics (ISA) Student Work Experience fund goes toward directly involving students in research, course development and special project opportunities.
- The Business Student Advisory Council (BSAC) funds will impact Farmer School of Business students directly through student-led initiatives such as Farmer Week, Honor Code, Meet the Business Organizations, and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Week.
- Advancing Women in Entrepreneurship seeks funds for its twice-yearly Female-Founded Pop-Up Shop in the Armstrong Student Center atrium.
- Developing Future Female Leaders in Supply Chain Management is seeking financial support for new initiatives to attract and develop young women in the field of supply chain management.
- The First-Year Integrated Core DEI Initiative aims to enhance diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging strategies in the FYIC to ensure that all students are beyond ready for success upon graduation.
While the main event takes place on Aug. 18, donations can be made anytime between now and the end of #MoveInMiami.