• Student sits on chair that is placed on a table in a classroom where students are studying Russian
    Amanda Liberman ’17, of Reading, Mass., has received Colgate’s 1819 Award, given annually to a student whose character, scholarship, sportsmanship, and service to others best exemplify the university’s spirit and the value of a liberal arts education.
    May 11, 2017
  • Professor Tim McCay
    Colgate’s Picker Interdisciplinary Science Institute continues its mission of supporting innovative research with four new grants for 2016. The special funding is designed to help bring together Colgate faculty with outside researchers from around the world in an effort to open new areas of study, and to find creative ways to tackle existing problems.
    March 23, 2016
  • The W.M. Keck Humanities Resource Center, located in Lawrence Hall, has been transformed from a quiet computer lab to a high-tech space that focuses on foreign language learning. The center recently was renovated to allow for more interaction between students and faculty members and language interns. A grand opening was held October 24. Complete with […]
    November 18, 2013
  • When Colgate’s new Russian and Eurasian Studies (REST) program promised not only a Russian menu, but also cloth headgear and the titillating-sounding topic of the Pussy Riot phenomenon, they had a winning formula. (Pussy Riot is the feminist, subversive band whose members have been in prison since March for performing an anti-Kremlin “punk prayer” in […]
    October 19, 2012
  • Members of the faculty in the Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies take their passion for their work well beyond the walls of the classroom. Over the past year they have traveled the globe, prepared and published significant academic works, and worked with Colgate students both on and off campus. Here is a sampling of […]
    August 17, 2012