Architecture professor Mario Ortega brings invaluable real-world experience to his classroom, earning the admiration of students and colleagues alike.
Dr. Alvio Domínguez's dedication to educating his students extends far beyond the classroom and is exemplified in his role as the lead instructor for the Math Club.
Two brothers, both MDC students, were separated from their parents and grandmother when the family elders were deported to their native Colombia.
Dr. Mario Beguiristain, a Hollywood veteran, prepares students for the business of making movies.
Miami Dade accomplishes what some would say is the impossible: the formation of a community whose very diversity most contributes to its cohesion.
Faculty members are not only teachers, but they are intellectual coaches, pouring motivation and determination into each team that huddles in the classroom.
College students are learning to appreciate the power and beauty of the written word and its ability to open new intellectual and creative realms.
Through MAC³, the College has developed course connections between math and several disciplines.
Nursing professor Marie Etienne combines instruction and service learning when organizing local health fairs or missions abroad.
The alarm awakens us at 6 a.m., and everyone gathers to prepare for a long workday. Full of anticipation, excitement and enthusiasm, we get on the bus and review the day’s schedule so that we know what to expect upon arrival to the batey.
ESL professor Dr. Cynthia Schuemann has spent her life traveling the world and she knows first hand the difficulties foreign students encounter – because she’s lived it.