Donors from varied backgrounds have made big differences for students and faculty in the School of Communication. The SoC has been the beneficiary of support from alumni, parents and other friends of the school. Through gifts that support student scholarships or internships, provided support for distinguished faculty and research, or built some of the finest collegiate communication facilities in the country, donors have left an immeasurable impact on our school, its students and faculty. Read below to learn some examples of how generous donors supported the SoC.

  • Starting this fall, viewers throughout Coral Gables will see something very different when they tune in to the University of Miami School of Communication’s award-winning UMTV cable channel. With more than $1 million in new high-end cameras, equipment and software in its studios, the station will soon broadcast shows and newscasts in full 1080p high-definition.

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  • A group of exceptional students from the School of Communication are the recipients of a 2013 Wine Spectator Foundation Scholarship. The Wine Spectator Foundation Scholarship is an annual scholarship that awards $50,000 a year to deserving students studying communication at the University of Miami.

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  • University of Miami alumnus Robert Mann, the UM School of Communication Visiting Committee chair and a member of the University's Board of Trustees, has made a $1 million planned gift to a School of Communication scholarship fund.

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  • Music lovers in all of Miami-Dade County can now listen to WVUM 90.5 FM, the University of Miami’s campus radio station, because of a newly installed transmitter and antenna.  The award-winning student-run radio station will reach 1.5 million more people with this upgrade.

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