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Every year the Temple Russian program sponsors events for the larger Temple community and the Delaware Valley Olympiada, a regional competition for students of Russian at the high school level. 

 

2013 DELAWARE VALLEY RUSSIAN OLYMPIADA WINNERS

 

2013 Delaware Valley winner in the Regular Learners Category is Katherine Maximov (Wyoming Preparatory Seminary; teacher: Konstantin Lyavdansky)

 

2013 Delaware Valley winner in the Heritage Speakers Category is Liliya Bondarenko ( Vineland High School ; teacher:  Vlada Jackson).

 

Special mention: Anvar Ibragimov (Cherokee High School; teacher: Marion Barnum)

 

Olympiada

The 7th Annual Delaware Valley High-School Olympiada of Spoken Russian was held on the Temple University Main Campus on March 19th 2013. TU professor and Chair of the Delaware Russian Olympiad Olia Prokopenko, Russian faculty and judges from Temple University, Bryn Mawr College, Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania gave a warm welcome to more than 100 high school students from Pennsylvania and New Jersey schools who participated in the competition sponsored by the Temple University Russian Program and the Department of French, German, Italian, and Slavic. The high school students competed in three or four commissions: conversation, civilization, reading and poetry recital.

 

In the picture: The Russian Classes of Vineland High School

 

Spring Fling at Temple University!

Russian Program and Russian Club were among the most enthusiastic participants of the 2012 Spring Fling. We recruited for our Clubs and Programs and advertised our Study Abroad Program!

                   

 

The last film in the FGIS 2nd Film Series,

a comedy from Russia "WINDOW TO PARIS" (1993, die. Mamin) will be screened at 3:30pm on Tuesday, April 17, in Anderson Hall 7.


The film will be preceded by a short introduction by Professor Olia Prokopenko (Russian) and Elaine Fultz, a 2007-2009 Moscow Chair, UNO International Labor Organization.
Pizza will provided by the Department of French, German, Italian, and Slavic.

 

 

Olympiada

In the picture: Cherokee High School was one of the best represented and successful teams at the 6th Delaware Valley Olympiada. Here they are with their teacher, Ms.Marian Barnum (2nd row, first from the left).    

 

 

 
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Anderson Hall 525 | 1114 West Berks Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122-6090
tel: 215-204-1760 ~ fax: 215-204-7752 ~ email: fgis@temple.edu