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February 11, 2009 7:17 PM

Swimming and Botany

Deadlines are definitely starting to wheel in for jobs, internships, and summer programs. Registration for Berkeley summer school classes opened on Feb 2nd for UC Students. (It will open on the 17th for visiting students). More info can be found here.
Online schedule of classes for Summer 2009
In Summer of 2007 I took P.E. 1 – Elementary Aquatics and IB 117 – Medical Ethnobotany. Both were really great classes- I learned how to swim (!!!) and learned about the many benefits of plants for our health. It was nice getting a good workout in the afternoon and then going to class in the evening and hearing a lot of interesting stories about plants from Dr. Carlson. Though I checked online and this summer there is a schedule conflict for taking both of those classes. Either way I would highly recommend those two summer courses if anyone is looking to learn how to swim this summer or learn more about botany and human health. Or you can take MCB 102 if you want.

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