June 2015, Volume 19, Number 3

Making Their Mark

Guillermo Muñoz

Passing Along Good Will Found at MDC

The MDC alumnus named the Principal of the Year puts his students first, just as his MDC professors and coaches did.


Nicole Berge-MacInnes

The Perfect Place to Fall in Love With Teaching

MDC alumna Nicole Berge-MacInnes shares how her passion for special education was born at MDC.


Carlos Izcaray

The Man Behind the Music

New World School of the Arts alum Carlos Izcaray was tapped to lead the Alabama Symphony.


Amy Pettigrew

Nursing Dean Appointed to National Board

Dr. Amy Pettigrew will share her educational expertise as a board member of the National League for Nursing accreditation commission.


José R. Vázquez

Building on Youthful Aspirations

The National Endowment for the Humanities has selected MDC Professor José R. Vázquez for a program in Spain.


MDC alumnus César Núñez

Entering the Winner’s Circle

Alumnus César Núñez received the prized Suncoast Silver Circle Award.


Monica Bustinza and parents

Lifelong Commitment to Justice

Student Monica Bustinza has been named a Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow.


PBL students

The Business of Winning

Phi Beta Lambda students nab two dozen first-place awards at state competition.


Pierre Carrión

Ready to Take on the World

Miami Dade College recognizes the top graduates of its Class of 2015.


Alex Villoch and Sheldon Anderson

Alumni Join Hall of Fame

MDC welcomes a stellar class of new inductees.



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