June 25-July 8, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 12
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Heating plant gearing up for growth
Faculty Actions from the June Board of Visitors meeting
Back to the Books: How to be a successful adult college student
World War II Revisited
Workshops to improve supervising and other skills


World War II Revisited

Walking the invasion beaches and visiting cemeteries and museums dedicated to the liberation of Europe can be a powerfully moving experience for travelers and life-long learners who join U.Va.’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies international program, World War II in Europe. To accommodate demand after the May session sold out, repeats of the program are being scheduled for July 26-Aug. 3 and Sept. 20-28.

The journey follows the path of Allied soldiers from the landings at Normandy to the Rhine, Omaha Beach, Point du Hoc and Bastogne at the Battle of the Bulge. Visits will include the concentration camp at Buchenwald, and Dresden, one of the most heavily bombed cities in
Europe, en route to Berlin.

See www.uvaInEurope.org, and for other upcoming programs, www.uvaTravelLearn.org, or call 982-5252.


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