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Open Letter to Slavic community at UCD regarding Ukraine

Dear Slavic community at UCD,

The Russian Program at UCD stands with you in condemning Russia’s illegal and immoral attack on Ukraine. We offer our heartfelt sympathies to those of you who have familial and other ties to Ukraine. As a native of Ukraine myself, I am profoundly and personally affected by the horrific images we have all seen on our screens in the last days.

What Can I Do with My Major? The Languages and Literatures Edition

What Can I Do with My Major? The Languages and Literatures Edition

Watch our recorded presentation from the Internship and Career Center of career exploration and planning while enjoying your major and courses in Languages and Literatures!  See how our humanities majors give you transferable, technical and personal traits to help you in your future career!

UC Davis Rises to 6th Among Nation’s Top Public Universities

U.S. News Rankings Highlight Social Mobility Campus Provides

by Julia Ann Easley | September 17, 2023

The University of California, Davis, rose to tie for sixth place among the nation’s top public universities in rankings published today (Sept. 17) by U.S. News & World Report.

The 2024 Best Colleges rankings moved UC Davis up four places from last year among public universities and up 10 places to tie for No. 28 among all national universities.

Virtual Drop-In Advising Hours

Virtual Drop-In Advising We offer virtual drop-in advising three days each week Mondays 10:00 - 12:00 Wednesdays 10:00-12:00 Thursdays 1:00 - 3:00

Welcome to Fall 2023!  Sproul hall and the undergrad advising team are looking forward to the new academic year and welcoming you back.  Please use the below link to make an advising appointment or see the flyer for our virtual front desk (drop-in) advising.

Join us at the Russian Program Fall Welcome!

Please join us as we celebrate the new academic year!

Russian Program Fall Welcome
Friday, October 14th
Olson 53A

Featuring presentations from students who recently studied Russian abroad in Batumi, Georgia.

Light Refreshments will be served.

 The Slavic Association Club welcomes you!

Formerly known as “The Russian Club”, the Slavic Association club wanted to expand its inclusivity to include and celebrate all Slavic cultures. The club aims to educate members of the community about their own Slavic heritage and welcomes non-Slavic students to learn and celebrate our cultures with us. Anyone is welcome to join our club and participate in many events throughout the year to celebrate Slavic cultures. 

Professor Juharyan on the American Attic Podcast - to discuss the collision of art, politics and dissent seen in Eastern European history

“What is the role of art in society? What is risked by those who put pen to paper, paint brush to canvas or hand to clay in search of the freedom of expression? In this new episode of the American Attic, my guide through these topics and much more is UC Davis professor Victoria Juharyan. By exploring the currently threatened history of Slavic art in Eastern Europe, Prof. Juharyan's years of graduate study at Dartmouth and Princeton help tell the story of artists who risked it all for their craft.