223 Minor Hall
University of Virginia
P.O. Box 400167
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4167
The Center for Russian and East European Studies serves as a resource for research and scholarship in the field of Russian and East European studies. The center does not offer courses of its own, but a Certificate in Russian Studies is awarded graduate students who obtain an M.A., a Ph.D., or a professional degree in a department or professional school and meet certain other requirements.
An interdisciplinary graduate degree in Russian studies is offered under the auspices of the Slavic department; for further details see the entry on the Slavic department in this Record.Students concentrating in Russian or East European studies, regardless of department, are eligible for summer language and year-long fellowships (The Foreign Language Area Studies, or FLAS). Approximately seven such fellowships are awarded annually.