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Graduate Alumni - Where Are They Now?
 

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Olha Tytarenko
PhD, 2016

Assistant Professor of Practice in Russian
Modern Languages & Literatures
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Deborah Perkins-Leitman
MA, 2011
Associate Lawer
Martha McCarthy & Company LLP
Lonny Harrison
PhD, 2008
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages
University of Texas - Arlington
Mirna Solic
PhD, 2008

Lecturer in Czech
University of Glasgow
School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Mark Andryczyk
PhD, 2005
Visiting Fellow in Ukrainian Literature
Columbia University
Elisabeth Elliott
PhD, 2002
Distinguished Senior Lecturer, Director of Slavic Studies
Northwestern University
Megan Swift
PhD, 2002
Associate Professor of Russian Studies
University of Victoria
Kathryn Tancock
MA, 2002
Writer, Editor, and Digital Consultant
Marija Stefanovic PhD, 2001
Chair of Slavistics
University of Novi Sad
Chantal Sundaram
PhD, 2000
Assistant Executive Director
Canadian Association of University Teachers
Mark Conliffe
PhD, 1999
Professor of Russian
Willamette University
Brian Cook
PhD, 1998
Toronto Public Health Department
Victoria Richter
PhD, 1998
Learning Facilitator
The Genesis Center
Galina Rylkova
PhD, 1998
Associate Professor
University of Florida, Russian & Slavic Studies
Zuzana Fernandes
MA, 1997
Counsel, Justice Canada
Constitutional and Administrative Law Section
Alexandra Popoff
MA, 1997
Author
Dejan Ivkovic
MA, 1996
Independent Scholar
Luc Beaudoin
PhD, 1993
Associate Vice Provost, Internationalization
Associate Professor of Russian, University of Denver
Jane Hacking
PhD, 1993

Associate Professor
Department of Languages and Literatures
University of Utah
Hana Smithin
PhD, 1989

Retired
Colleen Sen
MA, 1966

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Languages and Literatures
121 St. Joseph Street
Alumni Hall (AH), Room 429
Toronto, Ontario ~ M5S 1J4

tel: 416-926-2075
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