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The Melikian Center supports and mentors undergraduate and graduate students studying Eastern Europe and Eurasia.
*The Russian and East European Studies (REES) Certificate encourages students to develop special competency in Russian, Eurasian, or East European languages and area studies.
* The Melikian Center Undergraduate Fellowship supports students who are currently enrolled ASU undergraduates in any major, with a demonstrated interest in the politics, economy, history, religion, language or culture of Russia, or any of the countries of Eurasia and Eastern Europe.
*The Melikian Center works with interested students to craft a program of studies emphasizing Eastern European or Eurasian studies within the bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies (BIS) program.
*The Melikian Center's Critical Languages Institute (CLI) has evolved into one of the largest summer training facilities in the U.S. for less commonly taught languages, offering courses in 12 languages at up to 6 levels each summer. The signature of the CLI are its hybrid courses, where classes are conducted in two segments, a 7-week course on the ASU campus and an optional 4-week overseas program. https://melikian.asu.edu/cli
The certificate in Russian and East European Studies (REES) encourages students to develop special competency in Russian, Eurasian, or East European languages and area studies. Certificate holders enhance their prospects for a variety of scholarships and fellowships, graduate school admissions, and a range of specialized government employment opportunities.
Melikian Center Undergraduate Fellowship – Spring 2020 Fellowships have been awarded.
Please check back for Melikian Center Undergraduate Fellowship opportunities for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Arizona State University offers a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies (BIS). The Melikian Center will work with interested students to craft a program of studies emphasizing Eastern European or Eurasian studies within the BIS program.
The BIS Concentration in Russian and East European Studies is being revised. Please check back for updated requirements.