UM President Frenk Announced a $1M Grant for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
UM President Julio Frenk announced a $1M grant for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM (OLLI at UM) from the Bernard Osher Foundation. Noting the University’s commitment to “education as a lifelong pursuit,” President Frenk made the announcement during OLLI's member holiday party. The momentous $1 million grant in the form of a $950,000 endowment and a $50,000 bridge grant will support the Institute’s continued work. This is the second endowment grant the Foundation has awarded the Institute, the first being a $1 million grant in 2014.
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The Division of Continuing & International Education Helped Unveil the Winner of Siempre Mujer’s third-annual “La Musa de Siempre Mujer” Cover Contest
Appearing on the program Despierta America with Siempre Mujer’s editor-in-chief, University of Miami's Maggie Abreu reaffirmed the University’s commitment to service to the community and presented the contest winner, Yisney Terrero, with an $8,000 scholarship to one of DCIE’s non-credit certificate programs.
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The University of Miami's Intensive English Program Turns 65 This Year!
Our Intensive English Program is turning 65 years old this year! We are so proud of the rich history of amazing students coming to Miami to learn English in our program.
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OLLI Author's Day Fundraiser - A Big Success
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UM raised over $1,000 in their recent OLLI Author's Day fundraiser. OLLI author, Dr. Paul Gustman, held a book signing with all proceeds going to OLLI@UM for his recently published book, Life's Lessons, prn.
IEP Students Celebrate at 32nd Annual International Thanksgiving
DCIE Visits NBC 6
Executive Director Desiree Young and Program Co-Developer Richard Herman talk with NBC 6 in the Mix about the Paralegal Certificate program.
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CBS Miami Lists UM Intensive Language Institute in "Top Spots For Language Classes in Miami"
The New Times newspaper has become well known in South Florida for its "Best of" list, and, the language program of the University of Miami has snagged a spot on it.
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