Projects
To help literacy development among deaf and hard of hearing youth in the United States and Russia, SEE connected Austin, Texas-based Communication Services for the Deaf with St. Petersburg, Russia-based Ya Tebya Slyshu (I Hear You) to produce digital visual storybook apps based on US and Russian folk tales.
Projects
The new Disabilities Initiative is committed to establishing a platform to identify potential partnerships and facilitating collaboration in order to jointly implement bilateral projects focusing on pertinent disabilities-related issues in both countries.
Projects
In early August, the National Council of University Research Administrators and Eurasia Foundation launched the Research Administration Initiative (RAI). As part of RAI, SEE is playing a key role in building an international network of university research administrators.
Projects
Several US and Russian students met at the Volga Encounters Youth Media Festival in Cheboksary, Russia. Despite having few linguistic and cultural similarities, they found ways to overcome communication barriers.
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SEE is pleased to announce the opening of its new project competition for 2016-2017. Refer to this announcement to learn more about the new program format, review application components, and begin applying today!
Projects
SEE is pleased to announce the opening of its new project competition for the 2015-2016 program year. Refer to this announcement to learn more about the new program format, review application components, and begin applying today!
Working Groups
On May 26, 2015 the Higher Education Working Group of the US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE) hosted a webinar, “US-Russia Cooperation in Higher Education: Engaging in a Professional Dialogue,” which brought together several experts to discuss the changing landscape of higher education in Russia. Find all the presentation materials here.
Working Groups
The Education and Youth Working Group, along with young Russian journalists, shared unique experiences and offered valuable cultural insight to American youth during the 2015 Student Television Network Convention.
Working Groups
In his published article, co-chair Denis Rogatkin not only encapsulates the Education and Youth Working Group’s experience at the 2015 STN convention, but reveals the roots of student broadcast journalism.
Working Groups
To improve the positive connections available to foster care youth in Russian and the US, the Child Protection Working Group set out to understand each countries systems and in the process learned to better address issues facing children and older youth.