Making Their Mark
Hard work adds up to success for MDC’s team at the statewide Math Olympics.
Great math professors and exceptional students lead to increasing success at MDC.
The Haitian Women of Miami, or Fan Ayisyen Nan Miyami, recently honored MDC professor Dr. Marie Etienne for her outstanding community service in South Florida and Haiti.
As MDC alumnus Adrián Morales recently helped the University of South Carolina win the College World Series, his younger brother Chris steps up to the plate on MDC’s team.
Through new courses and lectures, MDC broadens student and community understanding of the Holocaust and genocide.
MDC students won an astounding 43 awards at the 60th annual Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference held recently in Tampa.
Recently elected to the board of the American Conference of Academic Deans, Dr. Thomas W. Meyer aims to raise awareness of the vital role of community colleges.
For their unique academic, leadership and service-learning accomplishments, a trio of MDC students have been named Scholars of the Year by the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers.
The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) recently honored five MDC professors with its prestigious 2011 Excellence Awards.
Finishing last season with their first-ever national championship and 33rd sports title in the history of MDC’s athletic program, the Sharks have won state and district titles this season.
Earning a scholarship to Canisium College, MDC’s Ashley Wilkes, recently named the Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year, plans to study child psychology and help children.
Two sisters profit from lessons learned and connections made at The Honors College at MDC.