April 2015, Volume 19, Number 2

COVERSTORY

Graduation caps

A Day of Inspiration and Celebration

Top leaders will address graduates at MDC commencement ceremonies.


Snaphots

  • President Barack Obama and Eduardo J. Padrón President Barack Obama and MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón
  • President Padrón with Marco Rubio President Padrón with U.S. Sen. and MDC alumnus Marco Rubio
  • President Padrón and Caroline Kennedy, U.S. ambassador to Japan and daughter of U.S. President John F. Kennedy President Padrón and Caroline Kennedy, U.S. ambassador to Japan and daughter of U.S. President John F. Kennedy
  • Shimon Peres and Eduardo J. Padrón Former Israeli President Shimon Peres and President Padrón
  • Eduardo J. Padrón and La June Montgomery Tabron MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón and La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation

FEATURES

Lidia Bastianich

A Sneak Peek at the World’s Fair

MDC recently held the Feeding the Planet conference marking the official U.S. pre-launch of Expo Milano 2015.

Alicia Desravines and President Bill Clinton

MDC’s Social Entrepreneurs Shine at Clinton Global Initiative

Inspired to make a difference in the world, 28 MDC students attended the Clinton Global Initiative University.

Jim McKelvey

Sharing the Code to Success

The Idea Center offers links to new career paths with LaunchCode.

Tomás Regalado and Juan Mari Arzak

Chef Juan Mari Arzak Honored at MDC

The master of New Basque Cuisine recently was awarded MDC’s Presidential Medal.


DEPARTMENTS

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