The 2022-23 Campus Learning Community theme is:
Along with other events, please join us for:
One Degree of Change Symposium
Monday, October 17, 2022
Online and in-person at
Wolfson Campus Auditorium #1261
This hybrid (in-person and online) changemaking event features prominent speakers and offers opportunity to engage with local organizations as well as faculty, staff and students working on climate change awareness and solutions. All are welcome to attend! Art breaks facilitated by Live Arts Miami will give the event extra energy!
Draft schedule – to be confirmed closer to October 17
Join these sessions in person at Wolfson Campus Auditorium #1261 or online.
Campus Viewing Sessions
(Watch the proceedings with others!)
Kendall Campus Learning Commons, Library Exhibit area, second floor
Professors wanting to bring a class, contact email@example.com to reserve.
By participating, MDC students may earn points toward the Civic Action Award through MDC’s Civic Action Scorecard (Civic Action ES-18). Faculty participating in Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS) learning network will find this one-day conference in support of their curricula.
Campus Learning Community contacts:
Netiva Kolitz (Kendall Campus, Earth Ethics Institute) firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Nesvacil (North Campus, Earth Ethics Institute) email@example.com
Mark Tirpak (Padrón Campus, Earth Ethics Institute) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Matthews, Director (Wolfson Campus, Earth Ethics Institute) email@example.com
At Miami Dade College we acknowledge the indigenous peoples on whose land we stand.The Miccosukee and the Seminole tribes who remain unconquered, and the Tequesta Tribe, who first occupied the land that is now downtown Miami and so represent ties to both our prehistoric and historic past. Miami Dade College is grateful for the unique knowledge and ways of being—as well as the profound connection to our South Florida ecosystems—that these indigenous tribes represent. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with both Miami’s indigenous peoples as well as the natural world.