June 2015, Volume 19, Number 3



Leap Frogging Into Transportation Logistics

Biology Professor Dr. Larry Frolich shifts scientific research from amphibians to urban traffic patterns.

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Three Days Made a World of Difference

A visit by dental hygiene and opticianry students improves health care in Jamaica.

Nadege Green

Students Get Full Scoop on Journalism

Award-winning reporter Nadege Green returns to MDC to share insights.

Lester Morales

Helping the Next Generation Reach for the Stars

NASA education leader Dr. Lester Morales inspires InterAmerican Campus students with his own MDC success story.

Raúl Escarpio

The Benefits of Repetition

Professor Dr. Raúl Escarpio’s research helps children with unique educational needs.

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Kudos From Carnegie

MDC earns national distinction in community engagement.

MDC Leadership Academy members;

Ramping Up Literacy in the Region

A team of 10 MDC students is having an impact far beyond MDC.

Therapist listening to patient

New Program Enhances Local Health Care

MDC’s latest partnership will lead to more trained behavioral health care technicians.

Paul S. George

Unlocking the Past, Enlightening the Future

Professor Dr. Paul S. George is the go-to source for insights on the region’s history.

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Tearing Down the Wall

Wolfson Campus commemorates the renaming of Northeast Third Street after a piece of the Berlin Wall was permanently installed on campus.

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