June 2015, Volume 19, Number 3


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Fostering the Next Generation of Tech-Savvy Students

The Miami Animation & Gaming International Complex is fostering interest in 3D gaming design and animation with cutting-edge summer camps aimed at local high schoolers.

MDc students developing their pitches

Casting Their Net to Win Hearts and Minds

MDC students developed innovative pitches to preserve Biscayne Bay.

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Racking Up Accolades

MDC’s acclaimed student newspaper won the coveted Pacemaker Award for the second year in a row.

Sarah Garman

Excellence in eLearning

The Instructional Technology Council honored Professor Sarah Garman for her work in online learning.

José Guntin

A Champion of Service Learning

Psychology Professor José Guntin was recently recognized for his outstanding efforts to promote community service among students.

Alina Coronel

A Leader in Developmental Education

Math Professor Alina Coronel has been honored for her contributions to student achievement.

Dr. Rosany Alvarez

Alvarez Named Professor of the Year

Math Professor Dr. Rosany Alvarez is the fifth MDC professor to earn this statewide distinction.

Soumia Souchak and Alfredo León

MDC Research Scientists Lauded

The School of Science highlighted the accomplishments of several faculty members at this year’s Distinguished Science Research Awards.

Dr. William Adams

The Shark Surge

Commencement glows as Miami Dade College captures several prestigious Jack Kent Cooke scholarships.

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