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Drawing on her strengths to support others

Graduate student Hilary Yip blended her knowledge of martial arts with her background in music therapy to help boys on the autism spectrum improve their coordination and confidence.



A Celebration of Research Across Disciplines

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows were recognized for their outstanding presentations at the First Annual Graduate + Postdoctoral Research Symposium.


An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.


Giving Day

Support Graduate Education This Monday

Support graduate education during the Unversity of Miami's First Giving Day on Monday, April 8, 2019. Share the platform with your friends, family, and colleagues and encourage them to donate to the Unlocking Graduate Opportunities Fund or the Graduate School Scholarship Fund. Use #OneDayOneU to share your story on social in support of graduate education.

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Important Reads

Missed the Science of Team Science Session?

Society’s biggest challenges can oftentimes only be solved using team science. Understanding, then, how to conduct effective work in an interdisciplinary team is paramount to developing as an effective scholar. Watch the full video of the Introduction to the Science of Team Science session by Ali Mosser, from UResearch.

Counseling and Health Services during the Summer

Students planning on receiving services for the Counseling Center or the Student Health Services during the summer must be enrolled for either the summer term or Fall 2019 term and pay the summer Health and Counseling Fee.  After May 17, 2019, any student not meeting eligibility requirements will no longer be able to continue with services or begin new services with either center. For eligibility details during the summer, visit the Counseling Center and the Student Health Services' webpages on service eligibility.

2019-2020 Florida House of Representatives Legislative Intern Program

The Florida House of Representatives is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Legislative Intern Program. The Legislative Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for graduate students to gain first-hand knowledge of the legislative process and to participate in the work of the legislative branch of state government. Under the guidance of senior House staff, their assignments may include research projects, bill drafting and analysis, oversight activities, and other tasks relating to budget and policy areas. Requirements, directions, and forms to apply are on the House website, The application deadline is May 31, 2019. 

Financial Literacy Education Month

The Office of Student Financial Assistance and Employment is hosting free financial wellness events from April 17-25, 2019 to celebrate National Financial Literacy Education Month. Attend sessions on useful topics such as navigating loan repayment, understanding interest rates, and managing bad credit.


Upcoming Events


11:59 pm

Deadline to Defend


11:30 am

Getting the Mentoring You Need


5:30 pm

Fulbright Fellowship Information Session


2:00 pm

BGSG's Annual Career Day


10:00 am

Solving Complex Problems Requires New Teams


11:59 pm

ETD Deadline to Submit Full Draft for Formatting Review


11:45 am

Navigating Issues of Authorship as a Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow


5:30 pm

Surviving End of Semester Burnout


11:59 pm

ETD Deadline for Producing Final PDF