Selection is latest honor bestowed upon Miami Dade College's leader.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright recently brought her wisdom, insights and global perspectives to several events at Miami Dade College.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright jazzed up life at Miami Dade College with a little help from legendary musician Herbie Hancock.
Graduates of Florida colleges, including Miami Dade College’s degree and certificate programs, earn higher salaries than graduates from the State University System and Florida private colleges and universities, according to data provided by Florida Employment Training Placement Information Program.
North Campus' $6.8 million Aquatic Center is the first water-training center in South Florida.
When MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute officially opens the doors to its new state-of-the-art facility at the Wolfson Campus this month, South Florida’s gastronomic scene is in for a real treat.
Miami Dade College recently received the 2011 CHEA Award for Outstanding Institutional Practice in Student Learning Outcomes, which are 10 concrete objectives designed to ensure that students become effective citizens and life-long learners.
Miami Dade College has an impressive track record when it comes to educating nurses.
Miami Dade College’s continued commitment to supporting entrepreneurship reached new heights this spring with the launching of the Wells Fargo Urban Microentrepreneurs Initiative (UMI) at North Campus’ Carrie P. Meek Entrepreneurial Education Center.
For the first time, Miami Dade College is offering an “Earth Literacy and Sustainability” course this spring that includes a nine-day field experience in Costa Rica.
The prestigious Confucius Institute and the Office of International Education at MDC recently hosted “Hakka Castle Dwellings,” a lecture conducted by Dr. Keith Lowe at the North and Kendall campuses.
Twelve students from eight countries that are underrepresented at U.S. colleges and universities have flocked to Miami Dade College as part of a new Community College Consortium program.
MDC’s Kendall Campus recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Academic Support Center. The building will centralize student services in an accessible, LEED-certified, state-of-the-art facility.
Building bridges across cultures, the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship grants up to $5,000 for outstanding U.S. students who desire to embark on the foreign-land journey of a lifetime while simultaneously earning college credit.
Miami Dade College keeps spreading the love of international music throughout the community by hosting a spectrum of cultural events that are sure to please even the most demanding ears.
As it approaches its fall 2011 starting date, a new math program is creating buzz at Miami Dade College, home to part of its elite development team.
They are young, come from one of the roughest and poorest neighborhoods around and already know what it is like to be locked up. Still, they haven’t lost their dreams.
As MDC’s Medical Center Campus completed its sixth consecutive Community Health Fair this spring, a great feeling of pride for the College’s service to others overcame Madeline Pumariega, dean of Students and Administration.
While South Florida’s unemployment rate continues to hover around 12 percent, employers are finding great new employees at Miami Dade College to fill their coveted job openings.
When it comes to aviation, safety concerns come before all others at MDC’s Eig-Watson School of Aviation, which is world-renowned for its training.