Russian and Eurasian Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences


BA in Russian and Eurasian Studies

Riley Harty

Riley Harty, 2016

Applying the skills from his degree to educate students on the art of negotiation and compromise.

This past summer, Harty began an internship with Daniel Morgan Academy, a national security graduate school that seeks to educate the next generation of leaders by teaching them how to develop actionable solutions in dealing with real world national domestic and foreign problems.

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Jason Smart

Jason Smart, 2007

Assisting policy makers in former Soviet states

Drawing on his command of Russian history, language and culture, Jason Smart works as a political consultant in Russia and former Soviet states.

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Tom Jordon

Tom Jordon, 2005

Works in the Marine Corps Intelligence Department

Tom Jordan uses his language expertise to help the US Marine Corps train Marines in strategic foreign languages.

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Marc Kokowski

Marc Kokowski, 2003

Supporting U.S. grants in the former Soviet Union

Worked for the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation for the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (now known CRDF Global), and traveled to Kyrgyzstan and Moldova in support of CRDF grants.

Kenneth Guy

Kenneth Guy, 2002

Working with the United States Embassy staff in Moscow

Kenneth Guy received a master’s degree in Russian and East European studies from Indiana University and served as a consular officer at the United States Embassy in Moscow.

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