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Sep 23 2013 | Posted In: Announcements, Students
Six new students recently arrived at Stanford to pursue their master’s degrees in Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies. The students come from diverse academic and cultural backgrounds and bring a variety of experiences and interests related to the area, ranging from politics to physics to...
Apr 29 2013 | Posted In: Announcements, Students
Two Stanford students have been selected as winners of CREEES's inaugural Globalizing Eurasia Grant for multi-country research. The grant provides $7000 for one undergraduate and one graduate student each for research in two or more countries in CREEES's purview, or at least one country within the...
Mar 8 2013 | Posted In: Faculty
Joseph Frank, Professor Emeritus of Slavic Languages and Literatures, died last week in Palo Alto. He was 94.
Jan 31 2013 | Posted In: Students
Maria Mammina, MA '11, and Zach Witlin, MA '12, have been awarded Alfa Fellowships for 2013. They are among a small handful of young professionals from the US and UK to receive the honor this year. The Alfa Fellowship Program is a professional development program funded by Alfa Bank, Russia's...
Jan 3 2013 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
With new access to KGB files, Stanford's Amir Weiner explores the differences between the "mind control" techniques employed by the KGB and domestic surveillance in today's Western-style democracies. October marks the 11th anniversary of the Patriot Act – legislation that continues to arouse...

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