February 2015, Volume 19, Number 1

Features

Birdhouse

Creative Ideas Take Flight

Architecture students' birdhouses bring new life to Deering Estate.


Dr. Pedro Jose “Joe” Greer Jr. and North Campus President Malou C. Harrison

A Touching Tribute to the Homeless

MDC’s North Campus commemorated Homeless Awareness Day with art, intellect and compassion.


Kristallnacht remembrance ceremony

A Day of Remembrance

The Holocaust and Genocide Education Program at MDC’s Homestead Campus once again hosted a Kristallnacht event with special international guests.


MDC student Alejandro Laverde

Teaching in Action

Seven MDC students had the teaching experience of a lifetime through the US-Brazil Connect exchange program.


Professors talking

No Man Is an Island

MDC’s participation in the Salzburg Global Seminar expands the College’s transnational focus.


Susie Castillo and Tereza Qunitero

The Gift of an MDC Degree

The mother of an MDC graduate turns tragedy into hope for another student with the establishment of a scholarship fund.


MDC transfer students at University of Wisconsin-Madison

A Life-Changing Move to Wisconsin

MDC alumni are thriving at UW-Madison.


Dr. Robert McCabe

Community Pays Tribute to Former MDC President

Hundreds of people recently gathered at Wolfson Campus to pay tribute to MDC President Emeritus Dr. Robert H. McCabe.


Golden glowing trophy cup on black background

Carnegie Foundation Lauds MDC for Civic Engagement

Miami Dade College was recently awarded the prestigious 2015 Community Engagement Classification for its stellar academic initiatives.



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