September 2016, Volume 20, Number 4



The Home of Culture

MDC brings a plethora of cultural experiences to South Florida in a lively fall arts season.


  • no alt tag information Standing: U.S. Congressmen Mario Díaz-Balart and John Mica, and U.S. Congresswoman Frederica Wilson. Seated: Norman Dong, Public Buildings Service Commissioner for the U.S. General Services Administration, and President Padrón at conveyance of the David W. Dyer Building at MDC.
  • no alt tag information President Padrón and former Mexican President Vicente Fox.
  • no alt tag information President Padrón and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro.
  • no alt tag information President Padrón and Maotian Fang, minister counsellor of China’s Embassy in the U.S.
  • no alt tag information President Padrón with Laurent Lamothe, former prime minister of the Republic of Haiti.


Jacqueline Crucet

Project Earth

The Earth Ethics Institute’s service-learning opportunities enable students to make a difference in keeping our planet healthy for all.

MAGIC students

A Magical Opportunity

Students at MDC’s Miami Animation and Gaming International Complex are receiving mentorship from major animation studios.

Althea Harris and Leandro Finol

Startup Challenge Names Winners

Innovation is the name of the game, and MDC students showed they have what it takes to launch impactful businesses.

Endowed Teaching Chairs group photo

Pinnacle of Excellence

MDC recently bestowed Endowed Teaching Chairs to eight distinguished professors.


Cultural Spotlight Powerful Partnerships Making Their Mark Academics MDC News Bytes

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