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The Russian faculty would like to announce all of its end-of-year award winners. Senior Russian minor, Jacob Ewing, was given the Eugenia Slavov Award for excellence in Russian as well as an ACTR (American Council of Teachers of Russian) 2021 Post-Secondary Student Laureate Award for his commitment and active dedication to his Russian studies. Three students placed in the top 20% of all entries in the National Post-Secondary Russian Essay contest, also sponsored by ACTR. Bethany Christie, a junior Three-Language major won a bronze medal, Rachel Kodysh, a Public Policy freshman, won a silver medal, and freshman Russian and International Relations major Nadya Ellerhorst received an honorable mention. This is one tough contest, so we are very proud of their achievement and the recognition they bring to our Russian program. Bethany Christie, a Three-language major, has been awarded a highly sought-after Boren Scholarship! This is a huge accomplishment, and we offer our heartfelt congratulations. Bethany will receive full funding to spend the next academic year in Kyrgyzstan studying the Russian and Kyrgyz languages.
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