The Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies will resume normal operation for the 1991 summer term.
J. R. Kearl, associate academic vice president, said the summer program will get under way June 24. When the United Nations set Jan. 15 as the deadline for Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait, the university administration suspended operation of the winter/spring program scheduled to begin Jan. 15.George Horton, director of the center, and a few other employees remained during the conflict, but most faculty members and their families returned to the United States.
Program directors have extended the application deadline for summer term to May 1. Interested students should visit the Jerusalem Center Office in 309 Harman Building or contact Bob Taylor at 378-6017.
Applications for fall 1991 and winter/spring 1992 are also being accepted.