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Generic memo from Roland I. Perusse, Inter American Institute

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Generic memo from Roland I. Perusse, Inter American Institute
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Caribbean campus program
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Caribbean ( LCSH )
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Caribbean

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SInter American Institute Penthouse G, Condominium El Monte North, Hato Rey P. R. 00918
Institute Interamericano Tel. (,) 73240,
ROLAND I. PERUSSE, Ph. D.
Director
Dear friend and colleague:
The Caribbean Campus Program, now in its seventh year, has become
an attractive vehicle for study of the Caribbean region. Since its
establishment in 1975, several hundred persons have had the opportunity to visit the Caribbean under our auspices and to study its various cultures and the Spanish language. The study of French in Guadeloupe
is a new feature for 1982.
We feel we have succeeded in organizing a program of courses that
is both appealing and rewarding, while holding costs to a minimum. We
ask you to look over the enclosed material, and we hope you will decide to join us this summer, and/or recommend our program to those with whom
you come in contact. Our students -- mostly adult professionals -come from many countries, adding a unique dimension to our courses.
If you desire more information, please do not hesitate to write or call.
The Chinese tell us that a picture is worth a thousand words. The
Caribbean Campus Program tells us that being there is worth a thousand
pictures.
Fraternally yours
Roland I. Perusse
Director
Encls: Caribbean Campus Program Summer, 1982
Basic concepts Cost estimates
Registration form
DEDICADO A LA PROMOCION DE LA EDUCACION Y LA INVESTIGACION EN LAS TRES AMERICAS, EL CARIBE Y PUERTO RICO DEDICATED TO THE PROMOTION OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH IN THE THREE AMERICAS, THE CARIBBEAN AND PUERTO RICO