November 2016, Volume 20, Number 5

Features

Richard Tapia

Northstars Shine Guiding Light

North Campus professors and staff lead by example.


Brian Goodwin slides into second base.

Four Make MLB Debuts

Former Sharks baseball players crush the competition.


Graduates Return

Enhancing Skill Sets

Research shows more graduates return to MDC to help rise in their careers.


MDC’s REVEST program helped Thais García Llanes transfer to UM after completing her associate degree.

Investing in Immigrants

MDC’s REVEST program paves the road to success for 50,000+ newcomers to the U.S.


CyberMiami took place at The Idea Center at MDC in September.

Conference Connects Cybersecurity Experts

CyberMiami brings leaders to MDC’s Idea Center to discuss hot topics in cybersecurity.


Armando J. Bucelo Jr.

A Record of Service

MDC trustees carry forth the College’s mission.


Francisca  Lachapel

Making Time for Education

A Univision co-host turns to MDC to refine her English skills.


Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

In the Middle of It All

Miami Dade College is the site of history in the making.


President Barack Obama spoke to students at Wolfson Campus on Oct. 20.

A Commanding Visit

President Obama addresses Honors College students at MDC.


STEM

Much-Needed Support for Exceptional Programs

The U.S. Department of Education awards MDC $10 million in STEM-related grants.



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