April 26, 2012
Announcement: New journal on Central Europe
Marking last year’s 20th anniversary of the Visegrad cooperation, the first issue of a new analysis and opinion journal from and about Central Europe was published under the title Visegrad Insight in April 2012. The journal is published by the Res Publica Foundation in Warsaw and led by accomplished editors from the Visegrad Group countries. It is printed twice a year in English in 4,000 copies and it is also available on-line at www.visegradinsight.eu. The journal is accompanied by a weekly-updated webzine titled Visegrad Revue published by EUROPEUM Prague and available at www.visegradrevue.eu.
Both the journal and the webzine are published with the support of the International Visegrad Fund (http://visegradfund.org/).
April 12, 2012
Funding: National Scholarship Program of Slovakia for the Support of Mobility
Deadline: October 31, 2012 (Summer Semester)
The Embassy of the Slovak Republic has a pleasure to inform you about the National Scholarship Program of the Slovak Republic for the Support of Mobility of students, PhD students, university teachers, researchers and artists. The National Scholarship Programme supports study and research stays at universities and research organisations. It supports two-way mobility — of foreign scholarship holders to Slovakia as well as of Slovak scholarship holders abroad. The National Scholarship Programme is financed by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic, and administered by SAIA (Slovak Academic Information Agency).
More information at www.scholarships.sk.
April 06, 2012
Вітає Українська (Vitae Ukrains'ka) at the University of Kansas
Please visit the new KU Ukrainian-language website for intermediate Ukrainian language
learners at: http://www2.ku.edu/~ukrainian/
Вітає Українська is a resource for intermediate-level Ukrainian that integrates the features of a traditional textbook with the authentic language content and interactivity of the web. Activities include cultural readings with mouse-over glosses, audio recordings, embedded videos, structured activities using Ukrainian websites, and self-graded comprehension checks. The materials are organized as thematic modules, which can be used in any order or as stand-alone supplements to more traditional classroom instruction. The self-graded comprehension checks also make the materials ideal for those who wish to improve their Ukrainian through self-study.
These materials were produced by Dr. Yaroslava Tsiovkh of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Kansas, and are provided under a Creative Commons license in order to maximize access for those wishing to learn Ukrainian. We welcome comments about ways to improve this resource, as well as contributions from those wishing to share materials through this website.