June 2012, Volume 16, Number 3


Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll

Class of 2012: Follow Your Passion, Change the World

Commencement speakers laud the selfless service of MDC graduates.


  • César Conde and MDC President Eduardo J. Padrón Univision President César Conde congratulates MDC President Eduardo J. Padrón for receiving Univision’s 2012 Community Corazón Award for Leader of the Year.
  • Carlos Slim and President Padrón Mexican business magnate Carlos Slim and President Padrón
  • President Padrón and Vilma Martínez President Eduardo J. Padrón and Vilma Martínez, U.S. Ambassador to Argentina
  • President Padrón and Allan Golston President Padrón and Allan Golston, president of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s United States Program
  • Alvaro Prata and President Padrón Brazilian Secretary of State for Innovation Alvaro Prata and President Padrón


Sadiki Saunders

MDC Salutes Its Top Graduates

Talented students achieve impressive academic goals while serving those in their community.

Oscar and Rosa Compain

A Decade of Outstanding Achievement

Now in its 10th year, Miami Dade College’s Hall of Fame honors alumni who have made their mark in diverse fields.

Madeleine Albright

Albright Captivates MDC Audiences

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright recently visited Wolfson Campus to discuss her new book.

Sarabeth Levine and Norman Van Aken

Tuyo Makes a Splash at James Beard Gala

MDC’s gourmet restaurant was among the few chosen nationwide to cook at the acclaimed culinary event.


Cultural Spotlight Powerful Partnerships Making Their Mark Academics Presidential Moments

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