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Please join us for the REEEC New Directions Lecture on Thursday, October 20, at 4:00pm, in 126 Graduate School of Library & Information Science (GSLIS). Alex Rabinowitch (Emeritus Professor of History, Indiana University) will give a lecture entitled "The Petrograd Soviets and the Birth of Soviet Russia: Centennial Reflections." All are welcome!
Published Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2016
Student information sessions on the FLAS Fellowship are being held:
Wednesday, October 26th, 4:00pm-5:00pm
at 319 Gregory Hall – 810 S Wright St, Urbana
Thursday, October 27th  4:00pm-5:00pm
at 126 iSchool (formerly GSLIS) – 501 E Daniel ST, Champaign
The fellowship is open to both Undergraduate & Graduate Students and may include tuition/fee payments and a stipend. It may be used with Study Abroad. The fellowship requires the study of a modern foreign language in combination with area studies, area aspects of professional studies, or international studies. COME LEARN MORE!
For more information about FLAS, visit http://publish.illinois.edu/illinoisflas/.
For questions regarding the information sessions, email Sam Celmer at smcelme2@illinois.edu
Published Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2016

The Outreach and Programming Coordinator works with the Director and Associate Director in the development, planning, organizing, and implementation of the Center's outreach activities.
•       Develop, initiate and oversee projects for REEEC-related outreach programming that includes campus, K-12, community college, business and media communities.
•       Manage Center programs and projects under the direction of the Associate Director, with primary responsibility for organizing and executing visits by speakers, conferences, workshops, and public events.
•       Organize and execute the activities of the Summer Research Laboratory.
•       Provide direct supervision of graduate outreach and SRL assistants.
•       Organize and supervise data entry and draft narrative for grant administration and reporting.
•       Develop ideas for programming and draft parts of major center grant proposals.
•       Work with other area studies personnel and faculty to design, coordinate, staff, and implement joint outreach activities (public and special events).
•       Act as liaison to campus and university outreach community to develop collaborative activities and shared service.
•       Build relationships with constituent communities by attending educational events and community programs and publicizing Center activities.
•       Provide FLAS fellowship program support as needed.
•       Act for the Associate Director, as necessary.

For more information and to apply, please see http://go.illinois.edu/REEECOutreachCoordinator

Published Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2016
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