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Deadlines near for five chances to study abroad


Deadlines near for five chances to study abroad

Deadlines for USF St. Petersburg's five study-abroad programs for summer 2009 are approaching. The deadline for three of the programs — a Spanish-language program in Merida, Mexico; Leadership Ethics in Greece, Italy and England; and Doing Business in Europe — is Feb. 13.

The deadline for the other two programs — Learn French in Nice and Paris and Doing Business in Europe — is Feb. 27. All of the programs range from 12 to 30 days and offer a variety of travel opportunities depending on course location.

Any student within the USF system working toward any major can participate in the study-abroad programs. Students not attending USF can enroll as nondegree-seeking students. For more information, go to


Canterbury School marks Founder's Day

The Canterbury School of Florida, founded 40 years ago, is celebrating a special Founder's Day Chapel at 9:30 a.m. today. Former trustees and heads of school have been invited to attend and be honored by head of school Mac Hall. The founding head of school, Father Robert Maurais, will return to join in the celebration. William R. Hough, a founding trustee and generous benefactor, also will attend. Carl Kuttler is also scheduled to attend. For additional information, contact Daryl DeBerry, Canterbury's director of communication, at (727) 525-1419.

Deadlines near for five chances to study abroad 01/27/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 4:36pm]
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