| Alberto Cairo | University of Miami
Starting on September 4th, the University of Miami will host Places & Spaces: Mapping Science, an exhibit of 100 visualizations intended to “inspire cross-disciplinary discussion on how to best track and communicate human activity and scientific progress on a global scale.”
This unique and innovative exhibit is brought to UM by the Center for Computational Science, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Communication. Half of the 100 visualizations will be displayed at the Stanley and Jewell Glasgow Hall on the first floor of the School of Architecture. The other half, and all the 3D and interactive elements, will be on the first and second floors of the Richter Library. Other temporary displays and events will be held all over campus, including at the Cox Science Building and the Lowe Art Museum.