November 2008, Volume 12, Number 9


Student smiling

For most, A.A. leads to more advanced study

Most MDC students who receive an Associate in Arts degree choose to continue their education after graduation.

Honors College seal

The Honors College is a smart choice for top students

Pinning Ceremony introduced the incoming class to the College and its community of scholars, faculty and administrators.

Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón

College president receives dual honors

Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón was recognized recently for his continuing service to South Florida.

Students rally in support of Amendment 8 at a recent event.

Students and major organizations support Amendment 8

Students have taken up the Amendment 8 informational campaign on their campuses and in their communities.

Student from China's Tianjin Professional College

Chinese students learn American hospitality

Eleven Chinese students began their studies in hospitality management at MDC recently.

Al Jefferson

NBA player’s donation creates endowment fund

Minnesota Timberwolves center/forward Al R. Jefferson donated $25,000 to Miami Dade College.

Angelica Matta

Reinvention, drive define Coca-Cola scholarship winners

Two MDC students earn coveted Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation awards.

Carolyn Cordrey and Helen Aguirre Ferré

Beacon Council funds teaching chair in economics

Officials from the Beacon Council presented a check for nearly $86,000 to the Miami Dade College Foundation.

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