April 2016, Volume 20, Number 2

MDC News Bytes

Ximena Duque and MDC students.

MDC is Election-Ready

Each semester, new efforts encourage students and the community to register to vote.


Building facade

A Fifth Site of Excellence

The nation’s top-ranked School for Advanced Studies at MDC expands to meet the region’s needs.


Daisy Su

Models of Teaching Excellence

Two MDC graduates are named Rookie Teachers of the Year.


Businessman assisting couple with tax preparation.

Vital Help With Taxes

MDC offers free tax-prep services through its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.


A Muslim woman studying in a library.

A Woman’s Perspective

MDC’s Islam Today Lecture Series offers a panel discussion focusing on women.


Dr. Lenore Rodicio

Provost Appointed to AAC&U

Dr. Lenore Rodicio has been elected to serve on the Association of American Colleges and Universities.


Katherine Fernandez Rundle

Leading the Charge

Alumna Katherine Fernández Rundle helps fight against human trafficking with a conference at MDC.


Business Higher Education Forum logo

Getting Down to Business

The Business Higher Education Forum held its winter meeting at MDC.


Edwidge Danticat

Big Read Unites a Growing Community

This year’s events featured activities inspired by the work of Edwidge Danticat.


Chinese dragon and performers

Ringing in the Year of the Monkey

The Confucius Institute at MDC celebrated the Chinese New Year with its most elaborate festivities ever.



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