Alumni Stories

Stories from around the globe featuring our amazing alumni members.
Only minutes into their formal medical school education, the Miller School of Medicine’s Class of 2021 were presented with perhaps the most recognized symbol of the medical profession.
'Hamilton' star Joshua Henry, B.M. '06, on why kids in the audience bring him to tears.

Gloria Estefan, A.B. '78, D.M.U. '93,  to receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors award and the first Cuban American to earn the distinction.

UM's Shark Research & Conservation Program, conducts research on the ocean's most enigmatic predators.

UM’s Second Annual Paradise Camp inspires the greats — former and current.
Geisha Williams, B.S.I.E. '83, named the first Latina CEO of a Fortune 500 company.


Downturn in the economy turns into opportunity for Jackie Hooper, B.M. '90.
A video project that aims to give voice to students from around the globe.

Alumnus uses the big screen to help start end-of-life dialog.

The University of Miami Alumni Association visited three cities in Asia this June.

Three Hurricane legends named to the NFF and College Hall of Fame ballot.

The University of Miami Alumni Association welcomed 3,800 new alumni to its base of over 178,000 alumni across the globe.


Four members of the 'Canes community are among Fortune magazine’s 50 Most Powerful Latinas of 2017.

Frost School of Music alumni reconnect for a special University of Miami Alumni Awards Ceremony.

The Greenbergs were recognized at the 2017 Alumni Awards Ceremony, hosted by the UM Alumni Association in New York City.