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How to Obtain Certificate in Russian Studies/ SHU Globetrotters Part II  

Headshot of Maxim Matusevich, Professor of HistoryInterested in Russia and Eastern Europe? Did you know that Seton Hall offers a Certificate in Russian and East European Studies Program (REESP)? An informative session will be held by the Director of REESP, Dr. Matusevich: Thursday, September 27th, 2018, at 6:30 p.m., in Room 236, Fahy Hall.

Come and learn how to obtain a certificate and/or a minor in REESP. You will also:

  • Find out about trips, lectures and other events sponsored by the program
  • Learn about opportunities in studying Russian at Seton Hall
  • Join our award-winning Slavic Club
  • Meet REESP faculty members

Group photo of students studying abroad in Spain.Afterwards, relax while we present Part II of the Seton Hall Globetrotters consisting of many of our students engaging us with their tales about their recent experience studying and working around the globe.

Sponsored by: The Slavic Club and REESP (Russian and East European Studies Program). All are welcome! Slavic food will be served!

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For more information, please contact:

  • Anna Kuchta
  • (973) 275-5875
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