Slavic Program Calendar: Click here
Mondays and Thursdays, Fall 2016. 11:45-1:00 pm. Mano 443. Russian Tea. Speakers of Russian of all levels are invited to join us for Russian Tea, informal conversation sessions. Refreshments will be served. For more details or to join our mailing list, write Laura Kline at email@example.com.
Wednesday, September 14. 4-6 pm. French Room (Mano 470) Slavic Social. Join the Slavic Klub for a beginning of the semester gathering. Meet Slavic Klub officers and members, and enjoy Slavic food! Free. All are welcome!
Thursday, September 17. 7:30 pm. Russian Movie. Outing to the movie "Eugene Onegin" at the Maple Theater in Bloomfield. In Russian with English subtitles. For more details or to join our mailing list, write Laura Kline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, September 18. 1-7 pm. Ann Arbor Russian Festival. The Slavic Klub will have a booth at the Ann Arbor Russian Festival. Join us for good food, entertainment, and more! Volunteers are needed! Write us at email@example.com to volunteer!
Thursday, November 10. 3:00 pm. - 5:00 pm. CMLLC Foreign Language Career Day. At Career Day students have the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives of a variety of professions who use foreign languages in their careers. Students will learn how languages can enhance their careers, which professions they can use foreign languages in, and how to best prepare for careers using foreign languages. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Questions? Contact Prof. Ken Brostrom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On April 26 the German and Slavic programs recognized their outstanding students at the 2016 German and Slavic Excellence Awards Ceremony. This year we also celebrated Prof. Ken Brostrom's 40 years of service at Wayne State.
On April 23 the WSU Polish Club celebrated the Earth Day by helping to clean Belle Isle. In June the Club is planning to go back to Belle Isle for kayaking.
Russian Tea made the news!
Our students manned Russian and Ukrainian tables at the 2016 Schoolcraft Multicultural Fair and received compliments on their knowledge of Russian and Ukrainian culture!
The WSU Slavic Program hosted its annual Egg-Decorating Workshop in March.
WSU Russian students and friends of the WSU Russian program hosted a Russian Delegation to Detroit for a home-cooked American dinner. The evening was filled with good food, good conversation, and new friendships!
The Slavic and French clubs joined forces to celebrate Russian Maslenitsa and French Mardi Gras with a blini/crepe pancake workshop!
The WSU Slavic Klub cheered the Russian team to victory in final game between the US and Russia at the 5 Nation Tournament on Feb. 13, 2016 at U.S. Hockey Arena. Afterwards, they met the Russian team members.
The WSU Polish Club held a very successful pączki sale on Fat Tuesday and raised $394 for the Slavic Scholarships. Would you like to join the Polish Club? Contact Club's President, Emily Collette.
CMLLC held its 3rd Annual Foreign Language Career Day!
CMLLC held its 1st Annual Winter Ball on January 29, 2016, hosted by all the department's student clubs. The evening was full of music, dancing, food, and socializing.
Thank you to all who attended the Slavic Klub's Slavic Christmas Party, which celebrated Serbian, Russian, Slovak, Polish, and Ukrainian Christmas and New Year's traditions. You can find photos from the event here.
WSU Polish Club's Wigilia 2015 was a big success! Students, their families and WSU faculty enjoyed a traditional Polish Christmas Eve meal, sharing of opłatki, caroling and dancing. Click here to see the photos.
See photos from our Slavic Cuisine Workshop with an Uzbek Twist!
The Russian Program is creating a Russian Heritage Room in Manoogian 446! We are currently in the planning stages. If you are interested in receiving updates or contributing to this exciting project, please contact Laura Kline at email@example.com.
In September, 2015, the Slavic Klub had booths at the WSU Student Org Day and the St. Vladimir's Russian Festival in Ann Arbor, as well as a Slavic Party after Student Org Day.
2015 Poland Study Abroad: check the photos from the trip! (May 12-27) Next trip will be offered in May 2016.
Watch online the Panel Discussion: One Year Later, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, the EU, and the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict (the dicussion took place on March 24, 2015)
Click here to view the discussion.