Miami Dade College and the Association of American Colleges & Universities hosted the "Responsibility in a Time of Crisis" forum at MDC's Wolfson Campus.
Miami Dade College was one of just nine community colleges to make the Honor Roll in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s "Best Colleges to Work For" report.
Seven players were drafted into the MLB, an exciting culmination to a season in which the Sharks also clenched a state title and ranked 5th nationwide.
A delegation of government officials from a dozen Latin American countries recently requested a tour of the Environmental Center at Kendall Campus.
Nearly 100 scholars arrived at MDC from far away nations and territories, anxious to embark on their most ambitious academic endeavor yet.
MDC shared a more than $200,000 award from the Florman Family Foundation that provides doctoral scholarships to nursing faculty.
MDC Professor Emeritus Roslyn “Roz” Reich and alumna María Alvarado-Walters show how generosity can forever change lives.
The Honors College Dual Language Program, launched three years ago, follows a dynamic form of education that develops high levels of academic achievement, bilingualism and biliteracy.
MDC members of Phi Beta Lambda student organization competed in more than 50 events at the national level. They won nearly a dozen first place awards and as many second and third place spots.
Research: MDC students are more satisfied with the services they receive in the areas of advisement and mentoring than they were three years ago.
The School for Advanced Studies ranks among the top 1 percent of high schools in the nation while NWSA is in the top 37 percent.
Members of the board voted unanimously to retain Helen Aguirre Ferré as chair and Peter Roulhac as vice chair.
MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón was asked by the Obama administration to represent the U.S. at a global UNESCO conference on higher education.