Nina Radkevich

My name is Nina Radkevich and I am from Vladivostok. In 1999 I graduated from Amur State University majoring in Linguistics and taught for two years at the same university. In 2001 I entered the graduate school of the Far Eastern State University . My research has to do with cultural differences and their language representation, specifically I am interested in time concepts in Russian and American cultures. This year I became a Fulbright finalist and will work on my master’s degree in Linguistics at the University of Kansas. I believe that it will also help me complete my dissertation. It is not my first experience of studying at the U.S. University, I was on FSA Undergraduate program administered by American Councils for International Education and studied at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I benefited greatly form being on the program and I think that this time I will also gain invaluable experience of studying at the university as well as communicating with American people.

The Fulbright Program in Russia. Institute of International Education.
Strastnoy Bulvar 8A, 4th floor, Moscow, Russia 107031
Tel: +7.495.966.9353 Contact: