June 2013, Volume 17, Number 2

Powerful Partnerships

Gov. Rick Scott visits with an MDC student

Governor Lauds MDC’s Programs, Innovation

Miami Dade College unveils its new “Pathway to Baccalaureate” Initiative in conjunction with Gov. Rick Scott’s visit.


Avanza Cuba broadcast at MDC

Advancing Internet Access in Cuba

A historic broadcast advocates for the free flow of information in this island nation.


Christopher Porro and Liz George

Student Recipes Earn Dr. G’s Golden Seal

A partnership between the College’s Miami Culinary Institute and the nation’s fastest-growing weight-loss franchise gives contest winners invaluable national exposure.


NWSA students with Fredric Snitzer

A World of Art to Explore

A substantial gift from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation gives the gift of travel to NWSA students.


Consul General of Brazil Hélio Vitor Ramos F. and MDC professor Maureen O'Hara

Paying It Forward

A new exchange program for Brazilian teachers will benefit students for years to come.


'Romancing in Thin Air' by director Johnnie To

A Silver Screen Journey to China

A special symposium at MDC’s Confucius Institute explores the beauty and depth of Chinese cinema.


Armando J. Olivera

A Font of Entrepreneurial Expertise

An MDC trustee shares his corporate insights with novice business owners.


Dr. Rolando Montoya and Marili Cancio

Lessons in Juggling it All

An important MDC program brings rewards to both mentors and their mentees.



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