The faculty of the Russian Studies program at CWRU condemns the war unleashed by Putin against the sovereign state of Ukraine.
We stand with all the people of Ukraine and Russia who oppose this assault and wish peace for the region.
Welcome to the Russian Program at Case Western Reserve University!
The Russian Program at CWRU offers beginning, intermediate, and advanced Russian courses for non-native and heritage speakers of Russian, as well as Russian literature in translation.
Russian Honor Society Dobro Slovo for academic excellence in the studies of Russian language and culture
The Russian students Joseph Gonzalez, Nicholas Marshall, Kasey Pukys and Kyle Rickert are inducted to the Russian Honor Society Dobro Slovo for academic excellence in the studies of Russian language and culture (April 2022).
Graduating senior Kyle Rickert received the Post-Secondary Russian Scholar Laureate Award from the American Council of Teachers of Russian, for his commitment to excellence in Russian studies and enthusiasm for developing his knowledge of the Russian-speaking world.
Kasey Pukys has received a highly competitive U.S. Department of State Critical Language (CLS) Scholarship award for summer 2021
Kasey Pukys (Class of 2022, BA Economics & International Studies, Russian Minor) has received a highly competitive U.S. Department of State Critical Language (CLS) Scholarship award for summer 2021. She will study Russian at the Russian Language Institute in Vladimir, a long-time CLS host institution. The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is an intensive...
Kimberly Osbern (Russian Minor) received the ACTR Post Secondary Russian Scholar Laureate Award. Organized under the auspices of the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR), the award seeks to provide national recognition for outstanding senior university-level students who best embody an enthusiasm for and love of things Russian.
Student Activities in Russian Language Class.
The purpose of our organization is to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Russia, and areas in which Russian culture is prominent – in both Eastern Europe and in the Greater Cleveland community.