THE INSTITUTE ON EAST CENTRAL EUROPE AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY The Program on East Central Europe, the predecessor of the Institute on East Central Europe, was founded in 1954 with the aim of training qualified students in a knowledge of the peoples living between Germany and the Soviet Union and between the Baltic and the Aegean: Finland, the Baltic States, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Albania, and Greece. In 1962 the Program was elevated to the status of an institute. Student members of the Institute can undertake, if they wish, a two-year study program for the Certificate of the Institute on East Central Europe. This is done alongside of studying for an advanced degree in one of the schools or departments of Columbia University, usually in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences or the School of International Affairs. Other students pursue only an advanced degree but nevertheless participate in the many activities of the Institute. The Institute offers financial assistance to qualified students, assists faculty research and publication, and awards Senior Research Fellowships to new Ph.D's teaching at universities and colleges with inadequate resources for further research on East Central Europe.
Southeastern Europe – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1974
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