November 2016, Volume 20, Number 5

Powerful Partnerships

Latin American leaders

World Leaders Gather at MDC

A two-day conference of former presidents and heads of state shines a light on democracy and human rights.

Peter Blacker

Inspiring Millennials at the Polls

MDC teams with NBCUniversal and Telemundo for an insightful series on how Generation Y is reshaping politics in America.

Dr. Lenore Rodicio

Closing the Job Gap

A new collaboration with Miami Cerebral Palsy Residential Services helps meet the region’s needs.

Citi Foundation logo

Small Businesses Get Boost

A generous Citi Foundation grant supports MDC’s Small Business Education Program/Grow Miami Initiative.

Gibson Education Center

Gibson Center Reaches Students in Their Homes

A residential complex in Coconut Grove offers a full range of MDC classes on site.

Dr. Marco Vinicio Cerezo Arévalo

Dignitaries Convene at MDC

The International Affairs Symposium brought together world leaders, field experts and academicians to discuss global affairs.

MDC Honors College students in the Dominican Republic

On a Blue Mission

Honors College students bring life-giving water to a Dominican Republic village.

Jessenia Guerra

A Steady Focus on STEM

Honors College graduate Jessenia Guerra shifts education policy on Capitol Hill.

MDC students at Power Shift

A New Mindset

MDC students develop leadership skills at Power Shift.

Leyden Rodríguez-Casanova and Frances Trombly

Partners in Art

Two celebrated Miami artists reimagine Wolfson Campus’ Centre Gallery into a new gallery and residency space.

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