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2017 Ukrainian Studies Minor Graduates

2017 Ukrainian Studies Minor Graduates
l-r: Samara Sawchuk, Ashley Halko-Addley, Christina Rybalka

Ukrainian Studies at the University of Saskatchewan has a long and respected history. In 1944, it was the first institution in North America to offer a Ukrainian language class. It has evolved in keeping with the times, student interests and demand. Currently, Ukrainian Studies is offered as a Minor program at St Thomas More College, which is responsible for its delivery and provisioning.

In 2017, the first cohort of students with a Ukrainian Studies Minor graduated. The students included Samara Sawchuk, Ashley Halko-Addley and Christina Rybalka. Congratulations to the recent graduates. Job well done!

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