College of Arts & Sciences Professor’s New Book Wins Prestigious Award, Expected to Become New Text of Record on the Italian Renaissance

April 14, 2015

Department of History Honors Guido Ruggiero’s Long and Distinguished Scholarly Career

UM College of Arts & Sciences Students Spend an Afternoon with President Shalala in the Dauer Electron Microscopy Lab

November 19, 2014

The Dauer Electron Microscopy Lab is the Only Lab of its Kind in Florida to Allow Undergraduate Student Research

The End of Alzheimer’s

August 15, 2013

A&S researchers use powerful computers to find kinks in Alzheimer’s armor and plan their attack.

The True ‘Origin of Species’

August 15, 2013

Armed with DNA sequencing technology, an A&S researcher is closer than ever to solving the riddle of natural selection.

The Birth of a Universe

August 15, 2013

A&S researchers and students explore the origins of our universe through space telescopes.

A Dramatic Transformation

August 15, 2013

The UM theatre department teams with the Adrienne Arsht Center to provide a full-immersion experience for aspiring professionals

When the Diagnosis is Autism

August 15, 2013

The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) gives Florida families the resources and strength to step out of the shadows of autism.

Evolutionary Psychology: An Interdisciplinary Approach

August 15, 2013

Evolutionary psychology isn’t a branch of psychology, McCullough explains. It’s an approach to understanding all of psychology by using the conceptual tools of evolutionary biology. The brain, evolutionary psychologists argue, has evolved according to the same rules of natural selection as any other organ or organism.

Mining New Discoveries with ‘Digital Humanities’

August 15, 2013

A&S applies the science of data mining to uncover surprising truths from digital archives of literature and letters.

Uncommon Tongues

August 15, 2013

An innovative A&S program offers independent language study in dozens of uncommon tongues.