Frances Wolfson Building
The Interactive Media program at the University of Miami is housed in the Frances Wolfson Building in the School of Communication. This state the art facility includes continuously updated gear and technology to provide students with professional grade equipment for their projects. Located in the heart of Coral Gables, The University of Miami is easily accessible via Metrorail and bus and is surrounded by the best Miami has to offer.
All our courses are taught in the Frances Wolfson Building. In addition to classrooms, students have access to labs, broadcasting studios, sound recording studios, and the equipment room.
The UX Lab
The Interactive Media User Experience (UX) Lab at the University of Miami is an academic-based research facility that provides educational opportunities for students and offers a full range of UX research services to internal and external clients. Read more about our UX Lab.
Interactive Media Center
In the Koenigsberg & Nadal Interactive Media Center, students will gain hands-on experience in a professional setting by providing a multitude of digital and traditional creative services to clients. Read more about the IMC.
The New Experience Research and Design Lab (NERDLab) is a student-faculty cooperative driven by research, development, and an enthusiasm for social impact. Based out of the Interactive Media program at UM’s School of Communication, we function as an incubator for initiatives that collaborate locally, nationally, and in the global space. NERDLab integrates classic and novel techniques to produce projects that inspire and educate through innovation and fun. Read more about NERDLab.