Welcome to the Russian, Eurasian & Polish Studies Program at UMass Amherst!
October 30, 2019
Our student, Jeffrey Dunn'21, who is studying abroad in Moscow this year, viisted Russian parliiament as part of the Russian-American Youth Summit....
September 10, 2018
Prof. Audrey Altstadt has been featured in the Alumni Spotlight of the Woodrow Wilson Center International Center for Scholars in DC, where she was a Fellow in 2014-15. The interview, on human...
Stay Up to Date on the UMass Amherst Response to Coronavirus
University Relations is collaborating with partners across campus to gather and share the latest news and resources on UMass Amherst’s response to the coronavirus.
For comprehensive resources and timely updates throughout the day, visit www.umass.edu/coronavirus, which includes dedicated sections focusing on employees, students, teaching and research, health resources and travel.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Until further notice, all live events scheduled to to take place on campus are canceled.
Some events have been rescheduled or moved to virtual formats; please see the event details for further information.
For more resources and updates, please see the UMass Amherst Coronavirus website.
Jessica Gindelsky ('17): Being a member of the Russian Club at UMass Amherst was finding a home away from home. I was thrilled to find a welcoming and supportive community where I could make friends and learn more about the cultural traditions I grew up with in my family. It was wonderful to be able to enjoy events through the semester. The field trips we took were simultaneously educational and fun! If you're looking for a great way to learn more about Russian and Eastern European culture, language, and traditions Russian club is definitely the way to go.