Washington DC International Career Toolkit Trip

Travel to Washington, D.C. February 25 –26, 2016 to meet with experts and alumni in various fields. Learn about different career tracks, network with alumni and gain an insider’s perspective on the different organizations in DC.  Completely FREE!  Apply now.

Certificate Programs

The Russian and East European Studies certificates offer students a stimulating interdisciplinary program providing an understanding of the history and culture of the nations of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, as well as the critical process of political and economic change taking place in this region of the world. Read more about our Undergraduate Certificate Program and Graduate Certificate Programs.

UCIS Postdoctoral Fellowships in Russian & East European Studies

The University of Pittsburgh is offering two postdoctoral fellowships—one in the arts and humanities, and one in the social sciences and professional disciplines—to begin in September 2016 for scholars whose work focuses on Russia, Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet regions of Eurasia. Read more about these fellowships and how to apply.

Language Research Grants

REES will award up to two Language Teaching and Learning Research (LTLR) Grants for scholars to conduct research projects on-site at the Summer Language Institute in June – July 2016. See the full announcement with a link to the application form for LTLR Grants.

Study Abroad

The University of Pittsburgh has its own summer study abroad programs through the Slavic, East European, and Near Eastern Summer Language Institute (SLI) and the Study Abroad Office (SAO). The SLI intensive language programs consist of a Pittsburgh portion and an optional portion abroad which takes place in the country of the language being studied. Read more about REES Study Abroad.

Faculty Accomplishments

Read about current projects among our affiliated faculty.

Upcoming Events

See what events are taking place in REES.

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