Meet SRAS – in Person!
SRAS is an active team. We love to travel, meet new people, and connect with long-standing friends. No matter where we are in our relationship with you, nothing beats a face-to-face meeting! We can connect at a conference. We can visit your campus. Or, most fun of all: you can come to one of our sites abroad! You will find more details on all of these options below.
SRAS and its team are actively involved with organizations dedicated to the study of Eurasia. We are also members and/or participants in various organizations and conferences dedicated to promoting cultural ties and study abroad.
We regularly attend the following annual conferences/conventions – please contact us to arrange a meeting!
- AATSEEL – American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages
- ASEEES – Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
- Forum – The Forum on Education Abroad
- NAFSA – Association of International Educators
We also occasionally participate in the following annual conferences:
- ASEEES regional affiliate conferences
- CAA – College Art Association of America
- CARTA – Central Association of Russian Teachers of America
- CESS – Central Eurasian Studies Society
- NCHC – National Collegiate Honors Council
Campus Visits and Study Abroad Fairs
Would you like us to visit your campus? Attend a study abroad fair? Do info sessions or classroom presentations? Please invite us!
We absolutely welcome site visits from our partners and those considering affiliation! During a site visit, you can meet our local staff, join classes, tour the campus/host city, participate in some of our organized excursions and activities, and gain insight into the student experience with SRAS. Contact us to start planning your trip!
At Stetson, we’ve used SRAS to arrange all of our student study abroad trips for the past five or six years. During that time we’ve sent dozens of students on summer- and semester-long programs in Moscow, St Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod and Irkutsk. In every interaction I’ve had with them, SRAS has been prompt, reliable, knowledgable, courteous and quick to lend a hand when needed.
Just yesterday my student successfully defended her honors thesis on environmentalism around Lake Baikal, a project that would not have been possible without the fieldwork that she conducted on her SRAS study abroad program in Irkutsk. I hope to see more such projects in the future and will keep directing students to SRAS programs!