Undergraduate Slavic and Eurasian Studies: Graduates may choose from courses in several languages of the region: Russian, Polish, Romanian, Persian, and Turkish, as well as courses on the literature, history, economics, and politics of the region.

Graduate Slavic and Eurasian Studies: Students who wish to pursue advanced studies of Slavic and Eurasian languages, linguistics, culture, and literature may enter a Master of Arts degree program in the Department of Slavic & Eurasian Studies.

Certificate in Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies: Graduate students enrolled in the Duke Graduate School, the Nicholas School of the Environment, the Duke Law School, the Fuqua School of Business, and the Duke Medical School may diversify their graduate programs by earning a Graduate Certificate in Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies.

Russian Legal Studies Program: Students with a special interest in the Russian and East European legal systems now have the opportunity to receive a Graduate Certificate in Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies: Specialization in Legal Studies.

Study Abroad: Duke offers both semester and summer abroad programs in St. Petersburg.

Summer Institute: Since 1999, SEELRC has sponsored a series of summer institutes for Russian, Slavic, and Eurasian language instructors and language program coordinators from all levels.

Olympiada of Spoken Russian: Since 2014, SEELRC has hosted the Carolinas Region competition of spoken Russian for secondary school students.

Slavic and Eurasian Winter Forum: Held in February 2016, this two-day event featured roundtable discussions on "Social Science Research int he Slavic and Eurasian Context," "Slavic and Eurasian Studies in the International Context." "Ethnicity & National Identity in Central Europe and Eurasia," and "Modernity, Public Policy & Legal Issues in 20th & 21st Century Russia."

Performances: Since 2003, Duke University, in conjunction with CSEEES, has hosted a series of exceptional concerts of Russian and European opera.

Web Lectures by Dr. Ronald Feldstein: A series of lectures on Slavic linguistics by Dr. Ronald Feldstein (Indiana University).

Visiting Scholar Ambassador Jack F. Matlock: Find out more about this distinguished U.S. diplomat, scholar, and author.  New materials relating to Ambassador Matlock will be published intermittently.

Visiting Artist Marina Tregubovich of Mixailovsky Theatre: View discussion of contemporary operatic theatre in Russia

Languages of the World Lecture Series: A series of lectures given at Duke University on Chinese, Uzbek, and American Sign Language.