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In an effort to help college students whose lives may be directly impacted by hurricanes, Scholarship America and Plan!t Now will provide financial assistance to those attending Miami Dade College (MDC) and other schools throughout Florida.
If you want to know more about Miami’s historic places, the secrets of Coconut Grove as well as some of South Florida’s greatest pioneers, then register for the wildly popular History of South Florida (AMH 2079) class at Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Wolfson Campus, taught by the region’s top historian and MDC faculty member Dr. Paul George, which begins August 26, 2010, for the Fall term. The course will include classroom lectures, visits to historical libraries, repositories and exhibits, video and slide presentations, and tours of Greater Miami’s historic neighborhoods.
ImageFlorida International University's Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine announced today that it has signed an affiliation agreement with Broward Health, an agreement that will increase learning opportunities for its medical students in South Florida while expanding access to health care in the region.

The United Health Foundation is providing $1,225,000 in scholarships for the upcoming academic year to more than 200 students from diverse, multicultural backgrounds.

The scholarships, averaging $5,000 per student, are being offered through United Health Foundation’s Diverse Scholars Initiative and are awarded to African-American, American-Indian, Asian-American and Latino and Hispanic students planning to pursue careers in health care.