The Appleman Graduate Fellowship supports conference participation and research (including travel and equipment) on Jewish topics, and language training relevant to pursuing Jewish Studies research.
Any student enrolled in a graduate program at UT who undertakes research on any Jewish topic in the course of their graduate career.
Amount: Reimbursement up to $2,000
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The Robert F. Byrnes Russian and East European Institute (REEI) of Indiana University seeks to expand the ranks of qualified and licensed pre-college teachers of Russian in the United States through an initiative that is funded by its Title VI National Resource Center grant from the US Department of Education.
In many states, currently licensed K-12 teachers with proficiency in Russian can add Russian as a subject area to their current teaching licenses by passing a standardized test or tests for Russian (ACTFL, Praxis, or other). REEI is prepared to cover the cost of such testing.
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Bain’s Summer Associate (SA) program lets MBAs or advanced degree candidates experience the real world of consulting while discovering what a future with Bain is like.
Your exciting, intensive summer—often at the global office of your choice—will start with a weeklong, off-site training course, where you’ll learn our core consulting skills. If you meet our performance expectations, you will receive an offer to return full-time as a consultant upon graduating.
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About the journal: Forum of Linguistics is an open-access and double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal, published by the Institute of Linguistics, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. We welcome original research papers and reviews that present empirical, theoretical and methodological work regarding synchronic and diachronic linguistics.
The Journal is indexed in the Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities database, Index Copernicus International, POL-index, Linguistic Bibliography Online, Central and Eastern European Online Library, BazHum, iSybislaw and also WorldCat, Naviga, INFONA. It belongs to the list of scientific journals of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (discipline: linguistics) – 20 points.
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The East European Film Bulletin (www.eefb.org) was founded in 2011 and has been providing lively discussions on the region’s rich cinematic landscape. Our journal includes reviews on major, neglected and provocative productions (past & present), exclusive interviews, festival reports, as well as essays resulting from academic research.
Our team is currently looking for new voices to share our passion for writing on film! On the occasion of our yearly focus on a particular country/sub-region (it’s Russia this year!), we make an extra effort to keep our readers informed through editorials and special issues.
If you are interested in joining our team,
SEND PROPOSALS OR SUBMISSIONS TO KONSTANTY KUZMA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We are all volunteers, our publication is not-for-profit. Frequent contributors can profit from festival invitations within Europe. East European Film Bulletin | 22 rue des Envierges, 75020 Paris | Facebook | eefb.org
The RussianStudiesHu (https://www.russianstudies.hu/onlineperiodikahu.html) is an online peer reviewed academic periodical on Russistics in a single volume per year which is constantly complemented with new publications in the course of the same year. Furthermore, in the subsequent year, the papers already accepted and uploaded to the website will also be published in print form as the yearbook of the periodical.
Papers are accepted only in English, Russian and Hungarian. The RussianStudiesHu welcomes all colleagues interested in any part of the Eastern Slavic, Russian and Soviet history (including their Hungarian and Eastern European aspects), who submit a scientific paper observing the publication rules. Therefore, the RussianStudiesHu seeks to provide for a publication platform for authors from different research fields (history, liberal arts, social sciences, etc.).
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This service provides informational interviews by matching professionals with SEEES MA/PhDs employed beyond the professoriate (Senior Contact), with graduate students and recent MA/PhDs who are interested in broadening their career horizons (Junior Contact). For more information and to apply or volunteer: www.aseees.org/programs/career-diversity
In addition to semester and summer programs, the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) offers custom programs in Russia. Our experienced onsite staff work with faculty and study-abroad advisors to plan and deliver rigorous, culturally rich, safe—and enjoyable—programs. We offer many options to ensure a top-quality program that meets your academic requirements and provides U.S. students with total immersion in a fascinating cultural experience.
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«Our Children» Education Center
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Camp dates: 05/25/2020 – 06/27/ 2020
Various age groups: 5-7, 8-9, 10-12, 12-14 years. 10 kids per group.
Working Hours: 9 am to 5pm, Monday – Friday
Lessons in English, as well as varied activities (music, drama, sport, art, etc.)
Location: children’s center in the Lenin State Farm settlement in the Lenin District of Moscow Province (50 minutes from the center of Moscow). Lenin State Farm is one of the best small cities in Russia, with a developed infrastructure for children and teenagers.
Our camp has been working since 2016. All teachers are native speakers from USA and Great Britain.
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