September 2014, Volume 18, Number 3


Supply chain manager at work

Mapping Out a Path to Success

To meet the region’s needs, MDC launches a Bachelor of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management.

Anderson Barrera and Mario F. Ortega

A Golden Portfolio

Architecture projects completed at MDC help a graduate net a full ride at Cornell University.

MDC physician assistant students

PA Team Captures National Title

The med whizzes at MDC outperform their peers from the Ivy Leagues in a national competition.

MDC paralegal student Milagros Lezcano-Peter

Ready to Advocate for Others

Preparing graduates for great careers, MDC’s paralegal program expands to a third campus.

Chef Victor Santos and Gus Quiroz

Turning Up the Heat

The externship program at MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute prepares students to become seasoned professionals.

MIA Animation poster

A Dream Come True

Dreamworks’ animator Tom Sito and industry experts will share their insights at MDC during the MIA Animation Conference & Festival Oct. 10-11.

MDC graduate Halina Miho Rachelson

Reaching Prestigious Heights

MDC grad Halina Miho Rachelson is one of just 10 students nationwide to win the 2014 Phi Theta Kappa Hites Transfer Scholarship.

MDC students with winning robotics project

MDC’s Alley-Oop Pass

With no funding, just a smart game plan in hand, MDC’s Robotics Club nabs the state title in a recent competition.

MDC graduate Bertrand Isidore

Ready to Soar

MDC-Tuskegee Distinguished Presidential Scholar Bertrand Isidore recently completed a prestigious internship at Pratt & Whitney.

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