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November 25, 2013

Kan Extension Seminar applications

Posted by Emily Riehl

A friendly reminder: applications for the Kan Extension Seminar are due at the end of the week. More information can be found in the initial announcement and on the seminar website.

For those who don’t enroll, watch this space. You’ll be hearing from us again soon after the new year.

Posted at November 25, 2013 5:04 PM UTC

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Re: Kan Extension Seminar applications

I hope after you’ve chosen applicants you can tell us — or at least me — something about how many applicants you got, what countries they were from, and so on. It’s a fascinating brand-new experiment so I’m curious about it!

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