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School of Science Hosts White Coat Ceremony The Annual Event Marks the Beginning of the Students’ Journey in the Bachelor’s Program

MDC’s School of Science hosted a White Coat Ceremony to welcome a new class of Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences students on April 15 at North Campus. Dr. Nwadiuto Esiobu, U.S. Department of State Jefferson Science Fellow was keynote speaker. MDC President Madeline Pumariega and alumna Latonya Leshawn Gibbs also delivered remarks.

Students at St. George’s to Protest Against Mandatory Vaccination

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada,  – Students in the School of Arts and Science at St George’s University are planning a protest at the main entrance of the building to formally object to a decision made by the institution which stipulates that all students , faculty, staff and vendors must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to be on the compound ahead of the start of classes in August.  

The Post Pandemic Crisis Facing Education in Jamaica

The digital divide widened when Covid-19 confined students to virtual learning. The transition was smooth for those with access to technology and Wi-Fi service. Those on the other side of the digital divide faced a lifetime of under-achievement and the transfer of poverty from one generation to another. All the stakeholders in the educational system – students, parents, teachers, government, and alumni associations – therefore have challenges requiring urgent resolution.  

Miami Dade College to Launch Rising Black Scholars Program

Miami - As part of Miami Dade College’s (MDC) ongoing commitment to equity and access for all students, MDC will launch the Rising Black Scholars Program, a groundbreaking initiative that will provide Black students graduating from high school in 2021 with free tuition for up to two years of study, creating a coherent academic and career pathway leading to an associate degree and increased earning potential. The program will kick-off on June 21, during the second six-week summer session.

Nearly 14,000M DC Students Will Earn Degrees for the 2020-21 Academic Year

Miami,–Nearly 14,000 graduates from Miami Dade College's (MDC) eight campuses will earn degrees for the 2020-21 academic school year,continuing to demonstrate steady resolution and hard work despite the pandemic.Due to physical distancing requirements, only aportion of this year’s graduates will receive their diplomas at three Commencement Ceremonies on Saturday, May 1, at Marlins Park.

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