September 2015, Volume 19, Number 4

COVERSTORY

King Felipe VI speaking at MDC in 2013.

A Most Royal Visit

King Felipe VI of Spain recently delivered a master lecture to students and community members at MDC to inaugurate the academic year.


Snaphots

  • From left, Dr. Mark Becker, Dr. Michelle Cooper and President Padrón From left, Dr. Mark Becker, Dr. Michelle Cooper and President Padrón
  • Steve Clemons and President Padrón at the Atlantic Education Summit Steve Clemons and President Padrón at the Atlantic Education Summit.
  • Maria Contreras-Sweet and President Padrón at MDC’s Culinary Institute Maria Contreras-Sweet and President Padrón at MDC’s Culinary Institute.
  • Fashion designer Naeem Khan and President Padrón Fashion designer Naeem Khan and President Padrón
  • President Padrón and former U.S. Sec. of the Treasury Henry Paulson President Padrón and former U.S. Sec. of the Treasury Henry Paulson

FEATURES

A group of MDC biology students in Everglades National Park.

Ashoka Turns to MDC for Changemakers

The College is designated as a leader driving social change through education.

Leah Hoyer and Dr. José A. Vicente.

Making MAGIC

MDC launches its new cutting-edge animation complex.

Historic photo of Hospice founders

The Caregiving Vanguard

Four decades ago, the national hospice movement began at MDC.

Adam Vellone, Murray Sisselman & Peter H. Clayton Endowed Teaching Chair

Salute to Teaching Excellence

Nine professors earn coveted Endowed Teaching Chair awards.


DEPARTMENTS

Cultural Spotlight Powerful Partnerships Making Their Mark Academics MDC News Bytes

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