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Duck Commander Independence Bowl

Duck Commander Independence Bowl
The University of Miami is headed to the 2014 Duck Commander Independence Bowl against the University of South Carolina. The UM Alumni Association wants to see you there! Take part in the ultimate pregame experience with fellow UM alumni and fans at the Official University of Miami Pregame Celebration, hosted by the UM Alumni Association. more...
 
 


UM Mourns the Passing of Edna C. Shalala

Edna C. Shalala
It is with great sadness, the University of Miami and University of Miami Alumni Association family mourn the loss of Edna C. Shalala.more...
 
 


A $50 Million Gift to Name UM’s New Health Care Facility

The Lennar Foundation Medical Center The Lennar Foundation, the charitable arm of The Lennar Corporation, one of the nation’s largest builders of quality homes, has given a lead gift of $50 million to name the UHealth at Coral Gables ambulatory center. A ceremonial groundbreaking event for The Lennar Foundation Medical Center took place Wednesday afternoon.
To be located on the UM Coral Gables campus, this 200,000-square-foot outpatient center will provide easy access to UHealth’s leading physicians for surrounding communities as well as UM students, faculty, and staff. It is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2016.    more...


UM Dedicates Cutting-Edge Facility for Hurricane and Marine Life Research

Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater ComplexThe $50 million Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex will help improve coastal resiliency and hurricane forecasting and look to the oceans to shed new light on how to treat human diseases.
The Glassell Family Foundation supported construction of the seawater tank in the research facility, which is now officially known as the Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. SUSTAIN (Surge-Structure-Atmosphere Interaction) Building. A $15 million stimulus grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) got the ball rolling. more...

 

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