November 2015, Volume 19, Number 5


Students speaking to staff

An Exercise in Empathy

A poverty simulation held at InterAmerican Campus sensitized student interns to the issues poor children face.

Siemens Foundation logo

Siemens Selects MDC for Technical Scholars Program

Two MDC students will receive scholarships to continue their education or pay existing student loan debt.

Ramiro Almeida

Creative Problem-Solving from MIT Straight to MDC

Students will learn to solve complex design problems in this unique new course.

Students walking at Hialeah Campus

Starting Off With a Bang

MDC’s retention rate exceeds the national average.

Ecuador business students

Ecuador Turns to MDC for Business Expertise

Sharing knowledge on port construction, MDC hosted a delegation of students and professors from a university in Ecuador.

Child with magnifying glass

A STEM State of Mind

Exploration Station preschool at North Campus offers a curriculum focused on science, technology, engineering and math.

Ariel L. Gutiérrez

A Scholar in Our Midst

MDC student Ariel Gutiérrez was recently named a 2015 Pearson Scholar.

Armando Sotero speaking to audience

Partners in Safety

The School of Education collaborated with the School of Justice for a panel discussion on school safety.

Hien Nguyen and Lisa Shaw

Excelling in All Realms

For their exceptional teaching, nine MDC professors receive Endowed Teaching Chairs.

Joe Biden

The Investigative Edge

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden praised the School of Science and its research opportunities during his recent visit to North Campus.

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