Russian Language & Culture

The Russian program offered through the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides students with a wide variety of courses that deal with the language, literature, and culture of the Russian people.

Russian majors are eligible for scholarships and all students can be apart of the Russian Club.

For information on specific courses available in Russian, please visit the Undergraduate Bulletin.

If you want to know what courses are being offered each semester, visit the Schedule of Classes.

Russian Major Advisor

Dr. Radha Balasubramanian

(faculty)
Work OLDH 1131
Lincoln NE 68588-0315
US
Work 402-472-3827 On-campus 2-3827

The major and minor requirements are spelled out in the Russian page of the Undergraduate Bulletin. If you have questions regarding your college career/program that are not specific to obtaining a Russian major or minor, please contact your assigned advisor, who would be best equipped to meet your needs.

Assigned Advisor

Laura Lynn Horst

(staff)
Work OLDH 107
Lincoln NE 68588-0330
US
Work 402-472-4190 On-campus 2-4190
Activities for Undergraduate Students in Russian
Russian Table

Russian Conversation Table

The Russian Conversation Table meets every other Tuesday from 3-4 pm in 1126 OLDH (10/4, 11/1, 11/15. 11/29)

For more information, please contact Olha Tytarenko.

Russian Club

Who We Are

We are a group of students dedicated to the study of the Russian language, culture, literature, history, art, geography, and economics. To us, “Russia” does not merely mean one country and one nation, but instead all the countries and people now subsumed under the title of the Russian Federation.

What We Do

Some of our activities throughout the year include

  • Regular informal meetings to develop friendships among students who share a common interest in Russian language and culture
  • Authentic food festivals
  • Readings of Russian poetry and literature
  • Russian movies nights (with English subtitles)
  • Russian music concerts
  • Informal folk dances

For more information, download the Russian Club brochure which contains email addresses of the club officers. You may also contact Dr. Mila Saskova-Pierce or Irina Beloshapkina.

Faculty Led Study Abroad Opportunity for Russian Students
Students by Russian Dome

Perm, Russia

Contact:

Dr. Radha Balasubramanian

(faculty)
Work OLDH 1131
Lincoln NE 68588-0315
US
Work 402-472-3827 On-campus 2-3827

The summer program at Perm National Research Polytechnic University will immerse you in the Russian language while allowing the opportunity to visit businesses and research facilities that complement your interests.

Perm Program