Mind Expansion is Possible!

Get ready to learn! The new fall 2001 Continuing Studies calendar contains over 160 courses to expand the intellect, and enhance both your personal and professional growth.

This year's courses include:

Lost Worlds: Jewish Life, Roman Rule. (p.34)
Learn about the religion and culture of the Jews in the lost world of Judea and the Mediterranean cites of the Roman Empire. The lectures feature an outstanding line-up of scholars who will each be introduced by Keith Bradley, chief historian for the PBS series "The First Century in Rome."

Beyond Harry Potter: The Young Adult Novel--with award-winning author Stephen Eaton Hume. (p.4)
What goes into an best selling young adult novel? Find out as Stephen Eaton Hume leads you through the secrets of successfully authoring books that appeal to both teenagers and adults.

Restoration of Natural Systems Program (p.26)
An award-winning, interdisciplinary program that provides the knowledge and skills to professionals and others interested in the growing field of environmental restoration.

Continuing Studies programs and courses are for the career-minded and the curious, and are designed to be flexible to suit your schedule, with non-credit courses, study groups and seminars, diploma and certificate programs, educational study tours, independent study materials, and distance education.

Courses are held at the UVic campus, at UVic Downtown (910 Government St.) and at Dunsmuir Lodge. Calendars are available from the Continuing Studies office, 2nd floor, University Centre and at regional public libraries and recreation centers, or visit us on the web: www.uvcs.uvic.ca. Register by fax (250)721-8774 or in person at the continuing studies office from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Call (250) 472-4747 for more information. You can also register on the web at: www.uvcs.uvic.ca/reginfo.cfm

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