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Upcoming Events

weekly calendar academic opportunities

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  • SGIS Drop-in Career Advising

    Every Wednesday from 11-1 Have last-minute questions about your resume, upcoming networking event or anything else career-related? Come visit us in the Atrium of the Global & International Studies building.
  • Russian Studies Workshop Events

    March-April This list is meant to serve as an overview of the Russian Studies Workshop events over the course of the next couple of weeks. Details and programs for all events are available through email, RSVP to
  • О России по-русски!/On Russia in Russian! REEI Russian-language Colloquium with Nina Perlina, Professor Emerita of Slavic Languages and Literatures Indiana University

    March 27, 2017, 12.15pm Co-author and co-editor (with Professor Cynthia Simmons) of Women' Diaries Memoirs and Documentary Prose: Writing the Siege of Leningrad (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005), Professor Nina Perlina will address several multi-voiced and frequently conflicting re-interpretations of the Siege experience. GISB 4067
  • America’s Role in the World: Issues Facing the New President

    Wednesday, March 29 – Thursday, March 30, 2017 The second annual America’s Role in the World Conference at Indiana University’s School of Global and International Studies in Bloomington will address the pressing global issues facing the new U.S. administration. This non-partisan conference, co-convened by two of America’s most esteemed voices in foreign policy, Sen. Dick Lugar and Rep. Lee Hamilton, will address the impact of the election on issues ranging from security to international trade, global public health and climate change to America’s relations with its allies and major powers. The conference will bring the nation’s top scholars and practitioners to campus for two-days of conversation and discussion. Join us. Indiana University Bloomington School of Global and International Studies 355 N. Jordan Ave., Bloomington, IN 47405
  • How to: Getting Human Subject Research Approved

    March 31, 2017, 11.30am-1pm Presentation by IU's Human Subject Office. Do you want to conduct research, here or in country, that involves human subjects? (This includes interviewing people!) If so, come hear Adam Mills from IU's Human Subjects Office talk about the history of human subject research, give an overview of the approval process, and answer your questions. RSVP by March 24, 2017. Location: GA 2134
  • Russian Total Dictation

    April 8, 2017, 4-6pm REEI, the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, and the Russian Cultural Association invite all interested native and non-native speakers of Russian in the Bloomington area to participate in the international Russian language event “Total Dictation 2017” on Saturday April 8th at 4 pm in GISB 1122. Veronika Trotter, event coordinator, will be happy to answer your questions at
  • General Professionalism Workshop

    April 12, 2017, 11.30am-1pm Andrea White, Career Coach at the Walter Center for Career Achievement, will present on professionalism in both the job search and the job itself. Come with questions! RSVP by April 6, 2017. Location: GA 3067
  • Workshop and Panel Discussion on Alternative Media

    April 13-14, 2017 This two-day event will feature leading Russian journalists and media experts: Andrey Soldatov, Mikhail Fishman, Aleksandr Gorbachev and Sergey Parkhomenko and US-based scholars Sarah Oates and Marlene LaRuelle. We welcome your input as discussants and participants contact
  • Ostrom Workshop: Cybersecurity and Internet Governance, by Andrei Soldatov

    April 14, 2017, 12-1pm Andrei Soldatov is the author of The Red Web: The Struggle between Russia's Digital Dictators and the New Online Revolutionaries. Presentations are open to the public and are live streamed. You are welcome to bring your lunch. For questions, contact Allison Sturgeon. ( Location: 513 N. Park.
  • Hungarian Symposium

    April 14-15, 2017 Hungarian avant-garde masters of architecture, dance, music, literature and visual arts. Sponsors: CEUS, IAUNRC, REEI. Dogwood Room, IMU
  • Auschwitz Summer 2017, Walk in the Steps of a Holocaust Survivor

    Excursion A: June 24-July 2, 2017, Excursion B: July 2-10, 2017 Education Center for a history making event as we expand our ability to offer the experience of traveling with a Holocaust survivor from one summer trip to two. We will travel to Krakow and tour Auschwitz-Birkenau. We will be led by our founder, Eva Mozes Kor, who was liberated from Auschwitz as a child. Eva is pictured at left front in her liberation photo from 1945. We will fly from Chicago to Krakow and stay at a 5-star property while in Krakow. While in Poland we will visit various historical sites, tour Auschwitz- Birkenau with Eva, tour the beautiful city of Krakow, and visit the historic salt mines. Please fill out the official registration packet and return it with your nonrefundable deposit of $500.00. Final payment is due March 17, 2017.
  • The 2017 Indiana University Summer Language Workshop

    May 1, 2017 The 2017 Indiana University Summer Language Workshop is currently accepting applications for intensive study of Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (BCS), Chinese, Estonian, Haitian Creole, Hungarian, Japanese, Kurdish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian, Persian, Russian, Turkish, and Ukrainian.

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Ongoing Events

  • Language Tables
    • Hungarian Language Coffee Hour

      Wednesdays, 6pm at The Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)
    • Russian Table

      Fridays, 4-6pm at the Pourhouse Cafe (314 E Kirkwood Ave)
    • Ukrainian Conversation Hour

      Fridays, 6pm at The Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)
    • Romanian Conversation Hour

      Wednesdays, 7.30pm at The Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)
    • Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Tabel

      Wednesdays, 7pm at The Runcible Spoon (412 E 6th St)