November 2011, Volume 15, Number 5

COVERSTORY

Presidents Bush, Clinton and Obama

Nation Reaches Consensus

U.S. presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama praise MDC as the model for the future of higher education in the United States.


Snaphots

  • Dr. Padrón with Governor Scott Gov. Rick Scott and President Padrón during a recent visit to Miami.
  • Dr. Jill Biden and President Padrón. Second Lady Dr. Jill Biden with President Padrón at the White House.
  • Dr. Padrón and Dr. William Trueheart. Dr. Padrón and Dr. William Trueheart of Achieving the Dream during a recent visit to MDC.
  • Shakira and President Padrón. International Recording Artist Shakira and President Padrón.
  • Gerard Robinson with President Padrón. Florida Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson with President Padrón at the recent Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Education Summit.

FEATURES

Tuyo interior

Tuyo is Feast for Senses

South Florida is abuzz with the opening of Miami Culinary Institute's new restaurant, Tuyo.

Chinese bronze lion

Delights Abound at Book Fair

Stellar authors, an international scope and creative programs bring excitement to the fair.

Graphic of hurdles

Pathways to Lifelong Success

Prestigious national organizations team with Miami Dade College to help students succeed.

Smartphone app

MDC Produces Revolutionary Tech Advances

MDC’s School of Engineering and Technology is the home of brilliant student research with life-changing implications.


DEPARTMENTS

Cultural Spotlight Alumni News Academics Around Campus

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