The Scholarships were established with funds generously donated by Mr Victor Rudewych and Ms Maria Rudewych. The Scholarships aim to encourage students in Australia to study the Ukrainian language and culture at school and to progress to higher levels of tuition from year to year.
The Monash Rudewych Years 7-11 Ukrainian Language Scholarships 2016 are worth between $100 and $500, depending on the year level. Applications must be received by the principal of the Ukrainian-language school in which the applicant is enrolled no later than Saturday 5 November 2016.
Application forms, which include a statement of the terms and conditions of the Scholarships, are available for download here.
Lifeline director will speak about crisis helpline for Ukraine
Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies at Monash University Public Lecture Crisis Helpline Service in … Continue reading Lifeline director will speak about crisis helpline for Ukraine
Prizes in Ukrainian Studies at Monash University
Excellent students in Ukrainian Studies receive prizes in recognition of their achievements. The first prizes … Continue reading Prizes in Ukrainian Studies at Monash University
Thesis Eleven: Monash-initiated journal articles on contemporary Ukraine
In October 2016 Issue 136 (1) of the journal Thesis Eleven contained a special section … Continue reading Thesis Eleven: Monash-initiated journal articles on contemporary Ukraine
Monash at Geelong Ukrainian Independence Day
The 24 August 2016 was the 25th anniversary of Ukraine’s declaration of independence. In 1991 … Continue reading Monash at Geelong Ukrainian Independence Day
Applications open: Monash Rudewych Year 12 Ukrainian Language Scholarships 2017
The Scholarships were established in 2008 with funds generously donated by Mr Victor Rudewych and … Continue reading Applications open: Monash Rudewych Year 12 Ukrainian Language Scholarships 2017
Lviv Ukrainian Summer School: Monash attendance
Five students of Ukrainian Studies at Monash University attended the 2016 Summer School of Ukrainian Language and Culture at Lviv’s Ukrainian Catholic University.
What Is Happening in Ukraine Now and Who Should Be Interested?
On Wednesday 8 June Professor Marko Pavlyshyn addressed the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs with … Continue reading What Is Happening in Ukraine Now and Who Should Be Interested?
Monash Rudewych PhD Scholars Commence
The two successful applicants for Monash Rudewych PhD Scholarships in Ukrainian Studies have commenced their candidatures.
Tessa Benn and Rosalie Marshall receive Ukrainian Studies awards
At the Faculty of Arts Awards evening (25 May 2016) at the Deakin Edge auditorium … Continue reading Tessa Benn and Rosalie Marshall receive Ukrainian Studies awards
Sholem Aleichem: Jewish author in a Ukrainian context
In May the Melbourne Jewish Writers Festival (MJWF) dedicated one of its sessions to the … Continue reading Sholem Aleichem: Jewish author in a Ukrainian context
Launch of Andrew Lachowicz’s “More Than A Journey”
Andrew Lachowicz’s novel More Than a Journey, published toward the end of 2015, had its Melbourne launch at the Old Shire Offices in Heidelberg on 14 May 2016.
Professor Jiří Marvan F.A.H.A. (1936-2016)
Jiří (George) Marvan, a distinguished Slavist, Professor of Slavic Languages at Monash University and a great friend of Ukrainian Studies in Australia, died in Prague on 13 April 2016.