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The Department of Modern Languages 

  



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April 20th, 2015 by admin
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sathe-1 Congratulations to Nik Sathes for being awarded the Max Kade Prize for the Best Article in the Journal of Austrian Studies for the year 2014 (Issue 48). Of the 20 articles published last year, the Editorial Board unanimously chose Nik’s as the best. The  article is titled: “Just in Time: Erwin Wagenhofer’s Appropriation of the Classical Western Genre in Black Brown White (2011)” and it appeared in the Journal of Austrian Studies (47.4, 2014) p 39-64.     

 


 

RUSSIAN FOOD FEST EXTRAVAGANZA

Hosted by the Russian Program and Russian Club

Spring is in the air! Let’s celebrate! Let’s relax! Let’s have some fun!Come and sample some of the most popular Russian dishes: pirozhki, pelmeni, vinegret salad, stuffed cabbage leaves (golubtsy), cabbage soup, Russian salad, apple pie, and many more! We also envision some singing and playing. Bring your appetite and your talent!

WHEN: Tuesday, April 21 @ 8:00 pm

WHERE: Baker Center, Room 226

 


 

 

March 30th, 2015 by admin
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Celebrate the retirement of Tom Franz with the Department of Modern Languages!

 

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The Department of Modern Languages is thrilled to announce the promotion of seven (7) faculty members this year. Congratulations to all of them for their hard work:

 moretti  Brigitte Moretti-Coski: Promotion to Senior Lecturer    
denbowe Signe Denbow: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
belousoua_1 Vera Belousova: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
steigera Annette Steigerwald: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
trappc Carisa Trapp: Promotion to Associate Lecturer
sisson Michael Sisson: Promotion to Associate Lecturer

 


 

The OU Russian Program is proud to announce that eleven Russian students (ten First-Year students and one Third-Year student) participated in the 2015 Undergraduate Competition (Olympiada) of Spoken Russian, which this year was hosted by Kent University. Tested on an oral interview, a poem recitation, and a presentation on a random topic, students competed within their respective levels in the all-day event dedicated to expanding and recognizing students’ achievements in Russian language. Our wonderful students delivered again! This is a great success for our Russian Program and Mila and Vera  could not be more proud and happier! 


Olympiada All Participants

 

Olympiada Katia  Kathleen Meehan (RUS 1120) took 3rd place in the Level 1 category.
Olympiada Misha Michael Abelev (RUS 1120) took 1st place in the Heritage Learner category
Olympiada Anna Anna Mendlein (RUS 3120) took 1st place in Level 3.