September 2015, Volume 19, Number 4


Mitch Rodíguez, Dr. Malou Harrison and Mercedes Maduro

Fueling America’s STEM Pipeline

School of Science alumni excel in entrepreneurship and graduate school with their MDC bachelor’s degrees and internships in hand.

SAS students

Top of the Class

Two high schools at MDC recently earned top billing for having some of the best high school teachers in the area.

A building at Miami Dade College Homestead Campus

The Drone Zone

MDC rapidly rises to a leadership role in drone training.

An MDC student at the Great Wall of China

New Views on Hues

Design students master cross-cultural lessons in China.

Exterior of ETCOTA building at Miami Dade College

At the Speed of Technology

Expansion boosts innovation collegewide at MDC’s Emerging Technology Center of the Americas.

Students listen intently to an Idea Center lecture.

Learning How to Turn Ideas Into Dollars

The new degree program in Business Entrepreneurship offers career pathways for innovative thinkers.

A police officer interacting with a man on the street

Defusing Tension

De-escalation lessons enhance MDC’s law enforcement training.

Irina Tursunkulova, an Edmund S. Muskie Intern

The Wide World of Fulbright at MDC

The College’s Fulbright umbrella expands with specialists, peer reviewers and Muskie Interns building on MDC’s Gateway Orientation program.

Leah Hoyer and Dr. José A. Vicente.

Making MAGIC

MDC launches its new cutting-edge animation complex.

Adam Vellone, Murray Sisselman & Peter H. Clayton Endowed Teaching Chair

Salute to Teaching Excellence

Nine professors earn coveted Endowed Teaching Chair awards.

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