For graduate students: 12:30-1:10pm
For undergraduate students: 1:15-2:30pm. The undergraduate session is for students to come when they can and leave when they must.
Graham Hettlinger, Director of Higher Education Programs at the American Councils for International Education (ACTR), will be on campus on Monday, October 27 to discuss programs and grants for language study and research in Russia, Eurasia, and Southeastern Europe. American Councils programs include the Russian Language and Area Studies Program, the Fulbright-Hays Summer Teachers Program (recently renewed for 2015), the Eurasia Regional Language Program, the Balkan Language Initiative, and the Title VIII Research Scholars Program. American Councils also operates a summer internship program providing professional experience for U.S. undergraduates throughout the region.
Operating since 1976, American Councils programs have served more than 7,000 students and scholars in Russia and Eurasia. American Councils summer and semester programs for Russian language study are conducted in partnership with Moscow International University, the Russian State Pedagogical University (Herzen) in downtown St. Petersburg, the KORA Russian Language Center in Vladimir, and the Kazakh National University in Almaty.