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Slavic and Eurasian Studies
Welcome Incoming CREEES Majors!
CREEES is proud to welcome ten new MA candidates to its graduate program this Fall — making it one of the biggest and most competitive incoming cohorts the Center has seen. Check out all of our amazing graduate students on our Graduate Student page!
Undergraduate Advising is now in Benedict Hall (BEN) 2.108.
Liz Hastings, the undergraduate advisor, can be reached at 512-232-4506 or email@example.com.
Appointments are available: M–F, 8:30–11:30am & 1:00–4:30pm.
Students may be able to make a same-day appointment depending on availability.
For more information, please click HERE.
Polish Studies Endowment
CREEES and the Department of Slavic and East European Studies have joined the Austin Polish Society in a fundraising campaign with the aim of continuing and expanding Polish Studies at UT. Learn more at: Giving to the Polish Studies Endowment.
Texas Czech Legacy Project
The Texas Czech Legacy Project (TCLP), a project in the Department of Slavic and East European Studies, aims to create a central place documenting the language, culture, and history of ethnic Czech Moravians in Texas. Learn more about TCLP.
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