- The Romanian community launched its fundraising efforts in support of Romanian studies with a… »
- On Saturday, May 4 the Slavic Department hosted Foss High School students at the annual ACTR… »
- Michelle Lie is the latest recipient of the Vadim Pahn Scholarship. She will be using it to study… »
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The Romanian community launched its fundraising efforts in support of Romanian studies with a delightful Romanian Chamber Music Night on May 12, 2013. Works by Enescu, Bartok, and Porumbescu were performed by violinist Cristian Gruber, cellist Cealice Kennison, violist Adam … Continue reading
On Saturday, May 4 the Slavic Department hosted Foss High School students at the annual ACTR Olympiada of Spoken Russian. After the competition, students, teacher (and alumnus) Daniel Erickson, and judges (alumnus Dimitri Kotlyar, lecturer Valentina Zaitseva and administrator Shosh … Continue reading
Michelle Lie is the latest recipient of the Vadim Pahn Scholarship. She will be using it to study intensive fourth-year Russian this summer.
Slavic Department graduate student Matt Boyd was recently awarded a Fulbright through ACTR for the summer intensive ACTR Russian Teacher Training Program at Moscow State University.
An article about the Academic Challenge and Engagement Study conceived of by the Office of Educational Assessment quotes undergraduate adviser Megan Styles on her experience interviewing graduating seniors about their experiences in the major.
Grad student Lena Doubivko’s latest film review of Avdot’ia Smirnova’s “Kokoko” appears in Kinokultura.
UW PSEC has awarded its 2013 Polish Studies Scholarship to Karolina Lamb. Karolina is a graduate student in REECAS and will use the scholarship to travel to Poland this summer in order to conduct research for her MA thesis. Her … Continue reading
Andrej Markovčič, a UW double major in Philosophy and History (BA 2013) and student of Slovene, is the winner of the 2012 Joseph Velikonja Undergraduate Prize, awarded by the Society for Slovene Studies for the year’s best essay or research … Continue reading
Two of Galya Diment’s books are out as paperbacks as of spring 2013: A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury (McGill-Queens UP) and Pniniad (UW Press). In addition, effective April 1, 2013, she has been appointed to the Thomas L. & Margo … Continue reading
Grad student Veronica Muskheli’s research on Russian Jewish folklore was recently featured in the Stroum Jewish Studies Program’s fall 2012 newsletter. A link is also provided to her blog post, “St. Petersburg: New Pride, Old Prejudice?”