Best of Florida Matters, Part 2 - WUSF 89.7 Spring Membership Campaign
Listen back to a few of the engaging conversations we brought you recently on Florida Matters. A group of local Haitians shares their efforts to find family members after January’s devastating earthquake there, and they offer their thoughts on the future of the country. We take you to a local school to see what full implementation of the class-size amendment means for students, teachers, and administrators. And we find out why some military veterans end up without jobs and living on the street through the eyes of two homeless veterans.
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International Medicine (rebroadcast) / Summer Camp Preview Part 2
USF's College of Medicine is moving beyond the borders of Florida - and even the United States - with its Office of International Affairs. This week's University Beat on WUSF-TV shows you how the school is trying to improve global health by teaching medical professionals and students around the world the latest clinical practices. Also: Even though it’s March, summer—and summer camp—isn’t that far away. In the second of a special two part preview, this week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM takes you to Lakeland, where USF Polytechnic will host its Central Florida Gifted and Talented Institute.
The public is invited to fifth grade and middle school academic competitions to be held Tuesday, March 23 and Thursday, March 25. All rounds of these academic competitions, known as E-Team Tournaments because many of the questions are economics related, are free to attend.