SRAS Has Updated Posters!
Coming Soon to a Russian Professor Near You!
SRAS is pleased to announce the publication of two newly updated posters.
|| An excerpt from our full program lineup, now in a available as a double-sided 11x17" poster.
The first, "Why Russia," (pdf, 350kb), contains a number of thought-provoking facts and visually striking photos to convince readers that the Russian language and study abroad can open doors to intriguing opportunities. We've updated the facts offered and renewed the quotes from professionals on the practicality of learning Russian.
The second, our "All Programs" poster (pdf, 600kb) highlights the range of subjects you can explore in locations across Russia, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan. It is, essentially, our program search engine in print form which can be posted in your department, Russian club, or classroom. One side of the poster covers our many programs for those interested in politics, international relations, and conflict resolution. The other side lists all programs focused on literature, environmental science, art, internships, and more!
Both posters cover a massive amount of information and are thus on large, 11x17" paper.
Make sure to check out our "Stop Russian" campaign as well - our tongue-in-cheek public service announcement that went viral online not long ago. You can still download and print the storyboard version (which prints on regular paper) to help prevent from falling victim to a passion for Russian!
You can also still download our brochure on faculty-led tours (pdf, 350kb). Lead your students to Russia while letting SRAS provide on-the-ground support in Russia, develop a unique, fun, and educational itinerary, and even help you market the idea to students!
Download these and print them yourselves, or contact us for free copies! We will accommodate as many Russian departments, clubs, and faculty members as possible!
Find Out More!
Teach English in Russia
Internships in Russia
Health & Safety in Russia
The SRAS Newsletter
SRAS Library on Eurasia
Journal for Students
More Free Resources!
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