Miami Dade College’s fledgling school of government got a boost Monday when Spanish financial giant Banco Santander donated $500,000. Banco Santander chairwoman Ana Patricia Botín, left, and MDC president Eduardo Padrón, center, signed the donation agreement at a ceremony Monday. José Varela Ortega, right, is president of the Spanish civic group Fundación Ortega y Gasset, which is also a partner in the school.
Miami Dade College’s fledgling school of government got a boost Monday when Spanish financial giant Banco Santander donated $500,000. Banco Santander chairwoman Ana Patricia Botín, left, and MDC president Eduardo Padrón, center, signed the donation agreement at a ceremony Monday. José Varela Ortega, right, is president of the Spanish civic group Fundación Ortega y Gasset, which is also a partner in the school. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Miami Dade College’s fledgling school of government got a boost Monday when Spanish financial giant Banco Santander donated $500,000. Banco Santander chairwoman Ana Patricia Botín, left, and MDC president Eduardo Padrón, center, signed the donation agreement at a ceremony Monday. José Varela Ortega, right, is president of the Spanish civic group Fundación Ortega y Gasset, which is also a partner in the school. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Banco Santander donates $500,000 to Miami Dade College

March 30, 2015 10:42 PM

UPDATED March 30, 2015 10:44 PM

More Videos

  • Drone race: Human versus artificial intelligence

    In a world fraught with obstacles, who will prevail in a race against time: human or machine? See what happens when JPL engineers race a drone controlled by artificial intelligence against another guided by a professional human pilot.