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Mon Dec 23 2002

Support: Slavic & E. European Langs/Ohio State/USA

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Message 1: Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures

Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 09:19:21 -0500
From: Charles Gribble <gribble.3osu.edu>
Subject: Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures


The Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures
at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio announces the
availability of financial support for new graduate students in our
Department in the 2003-2004 academic year.

We offer Graduate Teaching Associateships, University Fellowships (for
new students), FLAS Title VI fellowships, and several other kinds of
financial aid. GTA and UF awards are open to students from all
countries.

Graduate Teaching Associates regularly teach courses in the Russian,
Czech, Polish, Romanian, and Serbo-Croatian languages, Russian
literature and Russian culture on the undergraduate level, and
occasionally teach other courses, such as Polish literature and film
for undergraduates, and Bulgarian and Ukrainian languages. All GTAs
take a two-week training seminar before classes begin and receive
further teacher training and education throughout the school
year. Last year our Department's GTAs won two of the ten total
Graduate Teaching Awards given throughout the entire University (which
has 3,400 GTAs).

Another GTA won one of ten Graduate Student Leadership Awards. A
Departmental atmosphere of mutual respect and assistance between
faculty and graduate students contributes to the teaching success of
our GTAs.

The Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures
offers the M.A. and Ph.D degrees with specialization in Russian
Literature or Slavic Linguistics.

For more information on the Department, our academic programs,
faculty,current students, application procedures and deadlines, go to
our web site: www.slavic.ohio-state.edu. The Graduate Student
Handbook contains detailed information.

In case of questions write to:
Professor Charles E. Gribble
Graduate Studies Committee Chair 
Dept. of Slavic & EE L&L
The Ohio State University, Columbus
1841 Millikin Rd., #232
Columbus OH 43210
e-mail: gribble.3osu.edu

or to:

Ms. Karen Nielsen
Graduate Studies Coordinator
Dept. of Slavic & EE L&L
The Ohio State University, Columbus
1841 Millikin Rd., #232
Columbus OH 43210
e-mail: nielsen.57osu.edu
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