April 2015, Volume 19, Number 2

MDC News Bytes

Jewel Burks and Mary Spio

Cracking the Code to Success

During Black Tech Week, students heard from leaders and innovators in technology at MDC’s North Campus.


Ana Botín

Banco Santander Becomes Founding Member of MDC’s GOBERNA

Miami Dade College has signed an agreement with Spain’s Banco Santander to advance programming in its groundbreaking GOBERNA Las Américas – Miami.


U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew

A Talk to Treasure

MDC recently hosted a talk with U.S. Treasury Sec. Jacob J. Lew.


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MDC-TV Makes U-Verse Debut

Miami Dade College’s student-produced MDC-TV has been added to the channel lineup for AT&T’s U-Verse cable system.


Brian Ramsey

School of Justice Helps Train Trinidad and Tobago Law Enforcement

MDC’s acclaimed School of Justice recently developed a training program for law enforcement officers in Trinidad and Tobago.


Dentistal hygiene student

A Healthy Outlook

MDC Medical Campus’ Health Fair promotes community wellness.


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3+3=Student Success

A partnership with St. Thomas will expedite the path to a law degree.


Dr. Robert Cruz

School of Business Taps Top Talent to Lead Faculty

MDC alumnus, experienced professor and former Miami-Dade County Chief Economist Dr. Robert Cruz has joined the School of Business as its department chair.


David Brooks

A Closer Look at Character

New York Times columnist David Brooks is returning to MDC this spring to present his latest book.


E cars in front of Freedom Tower

Around Campus

Exciting events abound at MDC campuses.



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