School Of Life Sciences Receives $150,000 Grant From Bank of America
Miami Dade College’s School of Life Sciences received a $150,000 grant from Bank of America.
The grant will fund a three-year program to help students move forward in fields such as biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and science education.
Funds will be distributed in stipends to low income students. They will cover fees, tuition, books, and internships in the bioscience industry.
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