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Newsletter for winter

First Year Student Bios

Alexey V. Belyayev is a native of Omsk, Russia. He came to the United States in 2004 with his family, gained US citizenship, and received his BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He began his first year at the Jackson School of International Studies, REECAS in 2011 and is currently focusing on trade between Russia and the United States.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ellison Center News

Jose Alaniz (Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures) is currently on sabbatical in Prague. He is researching and gathering materials for a book project on comics (graphic narratives) in the Czech lands.

Ellison Center Summer Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellows

Alexey V. Belyayev received a FLAS award for the summer of 2011. He used this award to study intensive Polish in Pittsburgh, which he enjoyed immensely. A native of Omsk, Russia, Alexey came with his family to America in 2004, gained citizenship, and received his BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He began his first year at the Jackson School of International Studies, REECAS in 2011 and is currently looking at trade between Russia, Eastern Europe, Germany and the United States.

MA Graduate and Thesis Titles

Steve Effron
Visiting a Contested Past: Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Anna Elizabeth Upesleja Grant
Baltic Energy Islands: Mitigating Energy Risk as a Small State.

Sofia Elena Harwell

Building National Anxiety: The "Skopje 2014" Project in Macedonia's Capital.

Derek W. Hom
The Implications of the Kharkiv Agreement: Developing Crimea's Cultural Economic and Political Security.

Recent Acquisitions in the Ellison Center Outreach Collection

The Ellison Center is pleased to present a selection of the most recent additions to our outreach materials collection. Films, teaching guides, educational software packages, reference texts and other resources are available for two-week checkout to students, faculty, staff and K-12 teachers.