February 2016, Volume 20, Number 1

MDC News Bytes

Yusnier Viera

Mind-Boggling Mathematician

MDC Professor Yusnier Viera tests his rare mathematical talents on a televised competition for the Discovery Channel.


Lilian Tintori

MDC Hosts Venezuelan Activist

Lilian Tintori discusses issues of democracy during her visit and press conference at MDC.


Animated impression of flag of Morocco

Honors from North Africa

MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón is named honorary consul of the Kingdom of Morocco.


Confucius Institute staff with 2015 Confucius Institute of the Year award

Confucius Institute Earns Coveted Award

MDC’s organization was selected from among 500 Confucius Institutes worldwide to receive a top honor.


Students on an MDC campus

SAS at MDC Named First in State

A dual-enrollment program at Kendall Campus earns a No. 1 ranking for high schools in Florida.


TSA employee on duty sitting at a desk

Certificate Program Enhances National Security

Educators from MDC share their expertise with the U.S. Transportation Security Administration.


Goldman Sachs 10; 000 Small Businesses Logo

Turning Classroom Lessons Into Record Growth

The business of a graduate of the 10,000 Small Businesses Program at MDC lands on the list of fastest-growing companies in Miami.


100,000 Strong in the Americas Initiative Logo

International Exchanges Multiply

A new grant will help MDC facilitate study-abroad opportunities in its culinary and hospitality programs.


Miami Animation and Gaming International Complex logo

Virtual Reality Course Takes Shape

A new course offering at MDC’s MAGIC helps prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow.



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