Sharon Mitchell '73 has never taken 'no' for an answer. Since graduating Miami, she has spent nearly 50 years empowering women everywhere she's been, including through the M.I.A.M.I. WOMEN initiative.
Three Black female alumnae received their Ph.D. hoods from three Black female faculty and administrators By Jesús F. Jiménez, assistant director of digital content When Valerie Carmichael M.S. ’01, Ph.D. ’14 received her Master of Science in College Student Personnel, she was the only domestic student of color in her group. She was in a … Continue reading Black alumnae celebrate historic hooding ceremony
In honor of National Bagel Day, we take you into one of Uptown Oxford's most popular restaurants among Miamians.
After Stephen Sondheim, “Titan of the American Musical,” finished Sunday in the Park with George, Miami alumnus Larry Moore ’68, M.A. ’70 nominated the Broadway masterpiece for a Pulitzer. And it won!
Since he was in third grade, Nathaniel Snow '00, M.Ed. '12 admired his teacher's selflessness. Now an eighth-grade teacher, he's giving back through his Snow Covered Angels nonprofit.