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University of Texas Preservation and Conservation Studies Program

From: Ellen Cunningham-Kruppa <e.cunnk>
Date: Monday, October 27, 2003
Preservation and Conservation Studies Accepting Applications

The Preservation and Conservation Studies program (PCS) of the
University of Texas at Austin School of Information is now accepting
applications for academic year 2004/05.  Since 1981, PCS has set the
standard for the training of professionals in the field of
preservation and conservation of library and archival materials.  By
providing graduate education for students from diverse backgrounds,
PCS prepares people to accept one of society's great challenges:
preserving and maintaining access to information.

To learn more about Preservation and Conservation Studies, please
visit <URL:http://sentra.ischool.utexas.edu/programs/pcs/>.  For
admission requirements, visit
<URL:http://sentra.ischool.utexas.edu/programs/pcs/admissions.php>.
To be considered for an academic award, applicants must submit all
necessary paperwork to UT Austin by February 1, 2004.

Inquiries via e-mail and telephone are welcome.

    Ellen Cunningham-Kruppa
    Assistant Director, Preservation and Conservation Studies
    The Center for the Cultural Record
    The University of Texas at Austin
    School of Information
    1 University Station D7000
    Austin TX 78712-0390
    512.471.8287
    Fax: 512.471.8285
    e.cunnk [at] mail__utexas__edu


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