September 2014, Volume 18, Number 3


Brett Warner

Businesses Get a Boost at MDC

A partnership with Goldman Sachs enables entrepreneurs to lift their bottom line.

MDC students building a road in Panama

The Long and Winding Road

MDC students practice lessons in global citizenship while fixing a treacherous mountain pass in Panama.

MDC engineering students at Northwestern University

Expanding the Energy Portfolio

MDC engineering students showcase their inventions at Northwestern University in a conference of the Engineers for a Sustainable World.

MDC students volunteering in Nicaragua

Making a Difference in Nicaragua

MDC students put service learning concepts to good use while volunteering at an orphanage.

Baseball gear

A Blast From the Past

MDC celebrates five decades of making baseball history.

Idea Center T-shirt logo

Good Ideas Become a Reality

MDC’s new Idea Center turns students into entrepreneurs.

MDC student Bryan Gutiérrez

Shifting Agriculture’s Future

MDC student Bryan Gutiérrez was one of only 20 undergrads chosen for the USDA 2014 Agricultural Outlook Forum Student Diversity Program.

U-RAWk founder Isabel Gallego

Her Experience at MDC Rocked!

The founder of U-RAWk energy bars credits MDC’s Honors College with putting her on the path to business success.

Miami Skyline

Applause from ‘The Chronicle of Higher Education’

For the sixth year in a row, MDC makes the list of ‘Great Colleges to Work For.’


MDC Ranked No. 1 in U.S.

Across the nation, Miami Dade College ranks No. 1 in producing associate degrees and awarding degrees to minorities and Hispanics.

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