Vacation houses available this winter
Harvard's vacation houses in Maine are now available for rent in January, February, March, and April to salaried officers and faculty of the University. For information, call Harvard Planning & Real Estate at 495-9367.
Cabot Library offers extended hours
In response to student request, Cabot Library will again offer extended hours during January Reading and Exam periods. The library is open 24 hours through 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 23.
The College will support the extended library hours by providing 24-hour shuttle bus service. There will be one bus during extended shuttle bus hours which will depart the Science Center (Cabot Library) every 30 minutes and transport students to designated campus stops. During the day, the shuttle service will follow the regular schedule.
Program seeking applicants for ethics fellowships
Applications for 1998-99 residential Graduate Fellowships in Ethics are invited from Harvard graduate students who are writing dissertations or engaged in major research on topics in practical ethics. The deadline is Feb. 12. For information, contact: The Program in Ethics and the Professions, Harvard University, 79 J.F.K. St., Cambridge, MA 02138; 495-1336; email@example.com.
Medical School travel funds available for summer research
Summer funds are available for research travel by Medical School students to clinical or other research sites abroad.
The Freeman Foundation Fellowship Program will support two Medical School students in summer 1998. Research may be conducted in East or Southeast Asia.
With support from an anonymous donor, two other summer fellowships will be available for research on medical anthropology or social medicine topics anywhere in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, or Eastern Europe.
For an application, call 432-2558 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course on aging pertinent to students from varied disciplines
A Medical School course, Interdisciplinary Health Practice: The Care of the Aged Person, is of interest to students from around the University.
The course, which meets Thursday from 4 to 6:30 p.m., offers a comprehensive, integrated approach to professional practice, and an appreciation and ability to collaborate with other health care professions. To register, contact the core faculty member, David G. Satin, Medical School's Division on Aging, at 332-0032 or e-mail email@example.com.
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