June 2012, Volume 16, Number 3

Powerful Partnerships

Dr. Catherine Woteki

Helping the USDA Meet Growing STEM Demand

The agency’s undersecretary was impressed by the College’s facilities and student research during a recent visit and discussion at North Campus.

People cutting ribbon

Empowering Haitian Nurses to Lead

The College hosts the Haitian American Nurses Association of Florida’s (HANA) first annual Historic Leadership Convention.

Dr. Esther Brimmer

Wise Lessons in World Affairs

The U.S. assistant secretary of state meets with MDC student leaders and shares lessons of a career in international affairs.

Bridging Cultures logo

Bridging the Cultural Divide

MDC was selected to help lead a national humanities project to strengthen U.S. democracy.

Students registering to vote on computers

Turbovote Puts Democracy in the Fast Lane

Harvard, Columbia and MDC join forces to increase voter turnout and participation.

Sergio Bendixen and Lenore Rodicio

Focusing in on Ethnic Media

Panelists gather at a roundtable event to analyze the influence on parents’ views of education.

Students working with patient simulator

The Kenyan Connection

Miami Dade College opens doors to a new intercontinental health care collaboration.

Madeleine Albright

Albright Captivates MDC Audiences

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright recently visited Wolfson Campus to discuss her new book.

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