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Events

Wednesday, May 20

Will International Security change in the age of COVID-19?

Join Professor Bradford McGuinn, Director of the Master of Arts in International Administration Program and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, for Feed Your Mind – a virtual, interactive learning session. On Wednesday, May 20 at 12:30pm EST he will share his thoughts on the changing nature of international security in the age of COVID-19. Click Here to reserve your seat!

12:30pm
Virtual Event
Join us via Zoom on Wednesday, May 20 at 2:15 p.m. EST for a fascinating session with Katie Lepri, Leslie Ovalle and Caitie Switalski who will share a thing or two about their experience with the WLRN internship, creating engaging social media, newsletters, navigating different types of storytelling, pitching stories, how to build your professional network, how to write a bomb cover letter plus more that cannot be missed.

Career Conversations with WLRN (this is a past event)

The School of Communication is pleased to present an exciting new virtual summer series focused on career development and transformative issues facing various sectors of the communications industry. The Career Conversations Series kicks off with South Florida’s public radio and NPR station, WLRN. Join us via Zoom on Wednesday, May 20 at 2:15 p.m. EST for a fascinating session with Katie Lepri, Leslie Ovalle and Caitie Switalski who will share a thing or two about their experience with...

Trade and Investment in the Hemisphere Under Crisis

Trade and Investment in the Hemisphere Under Crisis This half-day event seeks to create a space – jointly hosted by UM Law and the University Externado de Colombia (Uexternado) Law Faculty, where renowned experts in international economic law from different parts of the world can discuss the impact of Covid-19 in the field of international economic law with a focus on this region. Wednesday, May 20, 2020 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM Please Click Here to register

3pm
Virtual Event
Virtual Mindfulness Session

Virtual Mindfulness Session (this is a past event)

The sessions are led by Kelly Miller, a librarian who is completing her practicum in the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program (a two-year training program for teaching awareness and compassion-based practices), or a guest teacher. Co-sponsored by the UM School of Law and UMindfulness, these free sessions are open to the UM community. Each session is hosted using Zoom. We recommend that you connect to each session ten minutes prior to its start time to test your connection and...

4pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, May 20