Actr Russian Essay Winners

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American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR) for essays they wrote as part of the 17th annual National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest.This year, 1,415 essays from 79 universities, colleges and institutions across the nation were submitted to the yearly writing contest.

American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR) for essays they wrote as part of the 17th annual National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest.This year, 1,415 essays from 79 universities, colleges and institutions across the nation were submitted to the yearly writing contest.Over 100 students from 40 institutions throughout the United States win gold, silver, bronze, or honorable mention certificates.

Russian has been designated a language of "critical need" by the U. All PCC Russian courses are taught using an immersion method.

The object of all Russian courses at PCC is to help students develop communicative competence and proficiency in comprehension, speaking, reading and writing Russian, as well as cultural awareness.

Did you know our Russian Area Studies program in St.

Now you’re probably wondering why this program has such staying..reading Russia is a huge, multicultural nation whose history reaches back into a past that can only be accessed through constant familiarization with the soul of the nation.

Since 2010, sixteen PCC Russian language students have won the U. State Department's prestigious Critical Language Scholarship and studied for 8 weeks in Russia all expenses paid: PCC Russian language students also have been recognized in the ACTR National Post-Secondary Russian Essay contest for their Russian language skills.

Since 2005, we have had two gold medal winners, three silver medal winners, two bronze medal winners and three honorable mentions.

Three judges in Moscow read each essay and ranked the top 15 to 20% of essays. Three judges read each essay and independently ranked them.

Silver Medal (Heritage Learners, Level 2), Daniel Kats Bronze Medal (Heritage Learners of Other Slavic Languages, Level 2), Bogdana Bartkiv Non-heritage level 102 1st Place: Bogdana Bartkiv2nd Place: Amy Schwartz3rd Place: Marisa Gallicchio Honorable Mention: Cordelia Turner Non-heritage level 2021st Place: Mikaela Peters2nd Place: Brenda Rios3rd Place: Kurt Butka Heritage level 2081st Place: Michelle Chekunova2nd Place: Oksana Sokolova3rd Place: Daniel Kats Level 3021st Place: Kristina Beschastnova2nd Place: Mar Nikiforova3rd Place: Stephen Cholewka Level 4021st Place: Tatiana Bereznikova2nd Place: Irada Yusunova3rd Place: Raul Aguilar Honorable Mention: Ksenija Tihomirova Gold Medal (Heritage Learners, Level 4), Olga Dovhanyuk Honorable Mention (Heritage Learners, Level 5), Tatiana Bereznikova Honorable Mention (Heritage Learners, Level 4), Mar Nikiforova Honorable Mention (Non-Heritage Learners, Level 2), Aleksandra Wec Honorable Mention (Heritage Learners, Level 1), Dimitry Apollonsky In this year's national contest, there were 1,087 essays submitted from 68 universities, colleges, and institutions across the nation.

We also award prizes for winners at each level from Rutgers.

In this year's contest, there were 1,434 essays submitted from 68 universities, colleges, and institutions around the nations. Lisbeth Cespedes, Bronze Medal (A1 level) Non-Heritage level 102 1Amalia Pederson, Honorable Mention (Category A, Level)Samuel Vasilyev, Honorable Mention (Category C, Level 2)Rachel Kandyba, Honorable Mention (Category C, Level 2) Non-heritage level 102 1st Place: Jean-William Mackler2nd Place: Devon O’Connor3rd Place: Rebecca Riegger Non-heritage level 2021st Place: Jill Krutyansky2nd Place: Kaleigh Sisco3rd Place: Aleksandra Rebenko Heritage level 2081st Place: Arkady Shapir2nd Place: Alina Rimmer Honorable Mention: Samuel Vasiliyev Level 3021st Place: Sean Olejar Level 4041st Place: Yana Kamishilina2nd Place: Valeriya Timoshenko Honorable Mention: Anastasiia Maksimova Non-heritage level 102, section 021st Place: Gregory Melillo2nd Place: Erik Fountain3rd Place: Matthew Romero Non-heritage level 102, section 031st Place: Andre Pereldik2nd Place: Andres Escobar3rd Place: Brenna Yellin Honorable Mention: Haleigh Hamrick Non-heritage level 2021st Place: Marisa Gallicchio2nd Place: Dezzie Ligon III3rd Place: Cordelia Turner Honorable Mention: Bogdana Bartkiv Heritage level 2081st Place: Liliya Bondarenko Level 4021st Place: Mar Nikiforova2nd Place: Valeriya Timoshenko3rd Place: Margarita Brown In this year's contest, there were 1,415 essays submitted from 79 universities, colleges, and institutions across the nation.

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