Miami Dade College Selects First Female President In School’s 60 Year History

Twenty months and two presidential searches later—Miami Dade College finally has its next president. The Board of Trustees unanimously selected

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‘That Girl From Hialeah’ Wants To Be Miami Dade College’s Next President

Madeline Pumariega has an impressive resume. She has served as Wolfson Campus president, chancellor of the Florida College System and

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Rodicio Makes Second Pitch To Be MDC’s President: ‘I’m Ready Today To Help Us Rebuild From The Storm.’

For the second time in 15 months, Lenore Rodicio made her pitch to be Miami Dade College’s next president. The

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20 Months After It Started Its Presidential Search, MDC Is Close To Finding Its Next Leader

It has spawned a lawsuit, a mock funeral and a rebooted search. Now—after 20 months—Miami Dade College’s quest for a

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Presidential Search Down To Seven Semifinalists After Candidate Withdraws

Miami Dade College’s presidential search is down to seven semifinalists after Junius Gonzales, the provost and vice president for academic

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Presidential Semifinalists Selected—Possible Battle Brews Between Candidates With Strong MDC Ties

A battle for Miami Dade College’s top post possibly looms between two candidates with close ties to the school after

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MDC Releases Detailed Timeline For Presidential Search

Two weeks after Miami Dade College’s Board of Trustees announced it would pick the school’s next president on Nov. 17,

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Board Of Trustees Select New Timeline To Find MDC’s Next President—Again

Last March, Miami Dade College’s Board Of Trustees promised that the school’s fifth permanent president would be hired by July

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Board Of Trustees Extends Presidential Search, Cites Coronavirus As Reason

The yearlong saga to find Miami Dade College’s fifth permanent president took another setback Tuesday when the Board of Trustees

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MDC Professors Protest Presidential Search, Say ‘Its The Death Of Education’

Carrying a wooden coffin down 104th street in front of Kendall Campus, a conga line of professors protested what they

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