November 2013, Volume 17, Number 4

MDC News Bytes

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Sharing the Possibilities

Miami Dade College is supporting a significant new scholarship opportunity for Hispanics.

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Students Spell Success in Chinese

Three students from MDC’s Confucius Institute recently earned high honors at an international competition.

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Hacking It to the Top

MDC student Thelson Richardson won first place in the Liberty Hackathon: Reforming Education.

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Students Combat Poverty

MDC students celebrated Hispanic Heritage by raising funds to help fight poverty in Latin America.

Kendall Campus Environmental Center Visitors Pavilion

LEEDing the Green Scene

Miami Dade College’s eco-friendly buildings earn the highest praise for sustainability.

Students register to vote

A Winning Campaign

MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón joined forces with legislators and other college presidents to launch the New Standard for Campus Voter Engagement.

Kathleen Sebelius

A Font of Information for the Public

To keep the public informed on vital national issues, MDC recently hosted a forum on important health care topics.

Roberto Rodríguez

White House Comes to MDC

MDC recently hosted the White House’s National Summit on Hispanic Early Learning.

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Around Campus

MDC campuses have hosted a wide range of exciting events and activities in recent months.

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