Virtual Event Library

Access the ULearn Digital Library from your office, home or on the go. Explore free master lectures, podcasts, online courses, virtual events, and UM faculty lectures from across campus and distinguished alumni and subject matter experts from around the world.

Join us for the first in a series of dialogues with accomplished Women of the U, addressing contemporary issues.
Grab your favorite beverage and join us for Climate Cafes! Learn about the different facets of climate science happening at the Rosenstiel School.

Join us for a Summer Skill-Up series of career related webinars developed to inspire, motivate, and receive tangible advice from alumni experts in various fields of work.

Learn to make gourmet dishes and delicious treats in this virtual cooking demonstration series for University of Miami alumni.

Conversations with featured alumni from different ’Cane Communities.
Join us for Coffee With A ’Cane, a digital, fun and informative weekly conversation with innovators and experts from our University community on Facebook Live. Grab your afternoon cafecito and connect with fellow alumni as we explore different topics.

Alumni Johnny C. Taylor and Maribel Wadsworth provide insight on navigating the future of the workplace, sustaining employee engagement in a remote reality and attracting and retaining top talent.
The UM Black Alumni Society invites you to celebrate Juneteenth virtually this year with an evening of activities including singing the Black national anthem, black history trivia, and a discussion of African American Independence.

U-SoA has initiated a video interview series entitled: Architecture and the Great Confinement. The series aims to promote a global dialogue focused on the recent events surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential impacts on the world of architecture and the design of future cities.

The Tecnoglass Lecture Series explores practices and works that have a significant effect on the built environment, whether with large infrastructural interventions or small but potentially transformative contributions.

UMindfulness offers lecture series and workshops for students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the University of Miami along with the broader South Florida Community to learn about and engage in mindfulness training.

The Miami Herbert Business School's Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series brings students, alumni and other members of the UM community together with top business leaders throughout the year.

The College of Engineering Distinguished Speaker Seminar Series recognizes the research and professional achievement of select faculty and brings them to campus for master lectures.

Offered by the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science,  the Sea Secrets lectures focus on today’s global challenges - from climate change to ocean conservation- and are designed for the non-scientific community.

’Cane Talks mark a new tradition of Miami scholars and other leaders sharing their research, work, service, and questions with the larger community as we look toward the University’s centennial just a decade away.

The Miami Law Explainer is a weekly podcast produced by the University of Miami School of Law. Its mission is to highlight the deans, directors, full-time faculty, and clinicians of the school offering opinion and commentary on timely legal news.

Sylvester’s Distinguished Guest Lecture Series focuses on bringing basic science and clinical researchers together to discuss recent advances in the understanding and treatment of human cancer – a realization of the “bench to bedside” ideal.

Digital Presentations

An underwater explorer, Frederick “Fritz” Hanselmann is passionate about past civilizations and things that are lost and long-forgotten below the sea’s surface. Hanselmann, lecturer and director of the underwater archaeology and exploration program in the Department of Marine Ecosystems and Society at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, dives deep into Caribbean waters to study shipwrecks, caves, and submerged prehistoric sites to gain insight into humanity’s past and ultimately better understand who we are.

Scientists studying nearly identical coral reef systems off Australia discovered something unusual on the reefs subjected to nearly exclusive fishing of sharks—fish with significantly smaller eyes and tails. The study is the first field evidence of body shape changes in fish due to human-driven shark declines from overfishing. These findings shed new light on the cascading effects the loss of the ocean’s top predators is having on marine ecosystems.

Daniel Benetti, professor of marine ecosystems at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, has pioneered new ways to farm fish—from hatchery to plate—in a sustainable way. Fish, according to Benetti, is the most efficient protein source to feed the world’s growing populations.

A new study has documented unexpected consequences following the decline of great white sharks from a feeding site off South Africa. Researchers found that the disappearance of great whites led to the unique emergence of sevengill sharks, an otherwise kelp-associated apex predator from a different area.

Robert Ginsburg Symposium held on January 11, 2019, at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.

Researchers at the University of Miami are transforming weather forecasts by creating a seasonal forecasting model that brings together multiple prediction models to produce more reliable forecasts.

From blacktips to bulls, great hammerheads to great whites, and whitetips to tigers, Neil Hammerschlag has been studying sharks for nearly two decades, first becoming captivated by the predators more than 18 years ago, when, as a University of Toronto undergraduate, he interned with a group of California researchers tagging sharks in the Pacific.

174 Americans die of a drug overdose each day. We must bring opioid addiction treatment to where the users are: primary care clinics, emergency rooms, drug courts, syringe exchanges.