In the two decades since the Meek Center opened its doors as an outreach center of North Campus, that promise has been amplified exponentially.
Community health is built into the curriculum in the schools of Nursing and Health Sciences at Miami Dade College.
The Student Learning Outcomes initiative leads to learning innovations in the classroom and in student services.
Six professors received the 2009 Endowed Teaching Chair award, MDC’s highest faculty commendation.
The School of Architecture and Interior Design gives first- and second-year college students unprecedented opportunities to study the aesthetic and technical aspects of design.
Nearly 40 Miami junior and senior high school students came to MDC’s North Campus to learn about the exciting world of the FBI.
MDC’s Electrical Power Technology Program graduated its second class – and more than a dozen alumni walked away with a letter of employment and a job at FPL’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant.
To help students prepare for human services careers, the faculty at MDC created a course of study that combines the theory of the classroom with hands-on human interactions.