ASEEES News

ASEEES Initiatives to Support Displaced Scholars and Students from Ukraine

The ASEEES Executive Committee announces three initiatives to serve as an information hub and provide support for displaced scholars and students.

Closed for Thanksgiving

The ASEEES office will be closed November 23-27.

Donate to the New ASEEES Fund for Dissertation Research Grant in Ukrainian Studies

To support the growth of Ukrainian Studies, ASEEES intends to establish a new Dissertation Research Grant in Ukrainian Studies program and is launching a fundraising campaign at its 2022 Annual Convention in Chicago. 

Our goal is to raise $60,000 so that we can launch the grant program in spring 2023. We have a generous matching gift of $10,000. Please consider giving or making a pledge during the convention so that your gift can double!

2022 ASEEES Prize Winners Announced

ASEEES congratulates the 2022 prize winners and honorable mentions.

ASEEES Data Project on Displaced Ukrainian Scholars

ASEEES in conjunction with Harvard University’s Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI) and the Davis Center announce a data-gathering project to assess the scope of displacement of Ukrainian scholars due to Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Maria Todorova to Receive 2022 Distinguished Contributions Award

ASEEES congratulates Prof. Maria Todorova, the 2022 Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Award recipient.

2022 Board Election Candidates Announced

The candidates for the 2022 Board of Directors positions are announced. All current ASEEES members are eligible to vote.

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