February 2012, Volume 16, Number 1


Teacher and students

MDC Sets New Heights for Early Childhood Education

MDC’s School of Education won approval for a new Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education.

Dean Brian Sepe

Financial Leader to Head School of Business

Brian Sepe brings 30 years of experience to his new position as dean.

Anabel Fernández

Taking Great MDC Talent Into Account

National accounting firms select Miami Dade College students for prized internships and leadership academies.

Wendy Edmond and Anastassia Bobokalonova

MDC High School Produces Exceptional Students

Graduates of the School for Advanced Studies at Miami Dade College emerge with high honors and college credit.

Julian Harris

Playing to an Advantage

MDC’s dual-enrollment program gives students a jumpstart on success.

Two lab technicians

Exemplary Journeys to Success

High-ranking Hispanic scientists and engineers inspire MDC students in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Byron Mena

Making Dreams Accessible

Programs enhance the educational experience for MDC students with disabilities.

Crowds seated at event

Concrete Steps Toward Scholarships

Hispanic students flock to an MDC community expo that provided information on scholarships, college admission and financial aid.

Symposium speakers

Reaching Their Full Potential

Child welfare experts recently convened at MDC for the ‘Future of Hispanic Children’ symposium.

Restaurant patrons seated

Tuyo’s Popularity Bolsters Culinary Program

MDC’s new gourmet restaurant is providing an innovative source of funding for programs and scholarships at the College’s Miami Culinary Institute.

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