Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Opportunities for Displaced Scholars from Ukraine

One Year Visiting Scholar Appointment

The University of Texas at Austin invites applicants for a one-year visiting scholar appointment that entails research and/or teaching for displaced scholars from Ukraine working in a range of fields in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering, or business. Working proficiency in English required.

Visa and travel support, office space, standard benefits, assistance with securing housing, and a cost of living stipend will be provided. 

Candidates should hold a PhD in any relevant discipline, with a preference for the following unit(s) or area(s) of study, broadly defined:


If interested, please fill out the required form:


If you have questions, please contact Dr. Mary Neuburger, Chair of UT's Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies.


MA Program in E European Studies

MA program in E. European Studies: an interdisciplinary degree that allows students to choose an area of interest to study in depth for their thesis or report, such as history, cultural studies, political science, policy, and various social sciences.

The Master of Arts (M.A.) program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin is providing emergency funding and Fall 2022 admission to a displaced student from Ukraine (admission deadline extended to May 1). The admission offer will include a living stipend ($10,000 per semester), covered health insurance benefits, and full-time tuition coverage (up to 9 credit hours) for each semester of 2022-23.

If interested, please fill out this form:

If you have questions, please contact Agnes Sekowski, Graduate Coordinator, Assistant Director of CREEES.

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