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Oxford Berkeley Program, 2012

Meant to be be FYI, not ad ...

http://extension.berkeley.edu/oxford/

I remember seeing a post last year about attending a summer program at Oxford and it sounded really fun (well, to me and the OP of that thread, and a few others who replied :-)

I don't know if I tracked down the program and signed up for information, or my name was found on a mail list somewhere .. anyhow, a flyer for a 2012 program came today. The dates are July 16-Aug 4. I know I can't go this year, but it sure is high (very high!) on the "want to do" list for 2013!

I may have to go the threads I posted on last year (if the time could be found .. time .. ha!), because I seem to remember that program in that thread having different length options and this is just for a 3 week program, though with 11 different topics to study and I like several .. there's just the issues of time to go and funds to spend.

FYI, FWIW

Cheers!

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