In November 19, 2015 Edition of @Miami
More than 1500 alumni participated in an action-packed and fun-filled Alumni Weekend on November 5-8. The weekend kicked off Thursday night with the 50th Golden Reunion – Class of 1965. Complete with Sebastian, a slideshow, a group photo and a pass the mic, it was an event not to be missed. There was also a surprise twist when two old flames found each other after 50 years.
On Friday, alumni returned to the classroom during the Audrey R. Finkelstein UM Experience and listened as award-winning UM faculty discussed topics such as: Get Real! Finding the Authentic Leader in You, the Anatomy of a National Anthem, The Evolution of Radio and Television, Using Simulation Training in Health Care, Creating Communtiy at the U: Cox Science Center Plaza Renovation, Organs-on-Chips and Old Smokey: A Community History. Both long-time attendees and new faces enjoyed the lectures and luncheon keynote at the Shalala Student Center.
The UM Alumni Association will be on the road in early December as part of the Europe Tour, with visits to Madrid, London and Zurich on December 3-8.
The UM Alumni Association is proud to announce the official launch of the LGBTQ ’Canes – the newest alumni affiliate group at the University of Miami.
News and announcements from fellow University of Miami Alumni
The entire 'Cane community will celebrate the inauguration of the University's sixth President, Julio Frenk, on January 29. The celebration will include lectures and exhibits, 'Cane Talks, the Inauguration Ceremony themed “Charting the Course to Our New Century," and more.
The UM Alumni Association will offer a variety of ways for alumni to participate both virtually and in-person, including 'Canes Communities Inauguration Tip-off Parties, a celebration of South Florida alumni owned and operated businesses, and National Inauguration Corporate Gatherings. More information will be available on the UMAA website soon on how to get connected during the week-long series of events.
University of Miami student-athletes, posted a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 89 percent, according to figures released by the NCAA. The rate of success indicates that Miami is above the NCAA average of 83 percent for all institutions.
Support a Cause that Matters to You
On Wednesday, the University of Miami's CaneFunder.com crowdfunding platform launched four new, exciting projects for 'Canes to show their support.
Support the U on Giving Tuesday
Show your 'Cane pride by supporting the U this Giving Tuesday -- December 1. On Giving Tuesday, people from across the globe celebrate the generosity of the holiday season by supporting their favorite non-profits.
University Of Miami Receives Charity Navigator Four-star Rating
The University of Miami has achieved Charity Navigator’s four-star rating for sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency—the highest possible score from an organization recognized as one of the nation’s premier charity evaluators. The rating comes on the heels of the institution reaching the $1.6 billion goal in its Momentum2 fundraising campaign.