Scholarships

The Russian and Slavic Studies B. G. Thompson, Jr., Study Abroad Award Fund benefits UA students who are declared majors in Russian and Slavic Studies and graduate students in the MA Russian program. 

The 2019 application deadline was March 15

One award of up to $1,500.00, to undergraduate or graduate students, may be awarded in 2019 to participate in a UA-approved study-abroad or internship program in Russia, Eastern Europe, or Eurasia OR for intensive Russian or Slavic language summer study in the US.

Applications consist of a complete student application...

The Russian and Slavic Studies Department and the School of Government and Public Policy invite applications for the Robert W. Buchheim Scholarship. This award is for UA undergraduates who are declared majors in Russian and Slavic Studies and the School of Government and Public Policy (Criminal Justice Studies, Political Science, Law, Public Management & Policy).

The 2019 application deadline was April 12. 

One award of up to $1,000.00, to a student majoring in Russian and Slavic Studies and the School of Government and Public Policy, may be awarded in 2019....

Up to two graduate students of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona, who are either participating in the Fall Student Showcase or presenting a paper at a local or regional conference or workshop, will be awarded $150 each.

Funding for these awards has been provided by Russian and Slavic Studies MA alumnus, James Romenesko, who presented at a Fall Student Showcase and won a top award.

Eligibility:

  • ​Be an enrolled MA student in the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona
  • Submit a brief letter of support from...

The competitive SILLC Global Award Fund benefits UA undergraduate students in good standing who are declared majors in any of the SILLC disciplines. Recipients must use the award the summer, fall, and/or spring immediately following date of the award.

Up to 2-3 awards of $1,500.00 - $2,000.00 each may be awarded in spring 2019 to participate in a UA-approved study or internship abroad program in summer 2019 or during AY 2019-2020. Please submit application materials no later than January 22, 2019, 5pm, to Ms. Stephanie...

The Florence Borozan Memorial Award for Russian and Slavic Studies honors Florence Borozan, a distinguished alumna of the Russian and Slavic program at the University of Arizona.  This award is made possible by the most generous gift of an endowment created by Sam Borozan, Florence Borozan’s son.

There are up to two awards of $2500 each available during the spring 2019 semester.

Applicants must be full time undergraduate or graduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, making satisfactory progress toward their degree, and enrolled in coursework in Russian and Slavic...

The Teresa Polowy Memorial Scholarship Award honors Dr. Teresa Polowy, professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona.  During her twenty-five years of teaching at the University of Arizona, Dr. Polowy worked with countless students, fostering interest and passion in Slavic languages and cultures. The Russian and Slavic Studies Department at the University of Arizona, along with countless friends and colleagues, honors Dr. Polowy’s legacy and the impact she made on our field and on the lives of those she knew through the Teresa Polowy Memorial Scholarship Award for...