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What does CIUS stand for?

CIUS stands for Canadian Institute for Ukrainian Studies


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CIUS Press is the publishing arm of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies centred at the University of Alberta. We are a leading publisher of scholarly books about Ukraine and Ukrainians in Canada.
In February 2007, the Stasiuk Program for the Study of Contemporary Ukraine (Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, CIUS) created a blog page for analyses of current events in Ukraine. At first, most of the articles are written by PhD candidate in History, Ilya Khineyko, but subsequently there have been a variety of writers. The articles have continued to generate feedback and discussion, and highlight not only major news items but also debates and discussions on issues pertaining to the various regions of Ukraine as well.
Co-published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.
Taras Kuzio is a Toronto-based leading international expert on contemporary Ukrainian and post-communist politics, nationalism and European integration at the Centre for Political and Regional Studies, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.
HREC is a project of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) of the University of Alberta, established through a gift of The Temerty Family Foundation. The HREC mandate is carried out by staff in a Toronto office, CIUS staff in Edmonton, and researchers in Ukraine. HREC also engages educators, scholars and institutions in the West and Ukraine.
President of the Shevchenko Foundation presented the award, which was accepted on behalf of Matthew Fisher by Margo Goodhand, editor of the Edmonton Journal. The National 2015 Syrnick Selection Committee, chaired by Dr. Christine Turkewych, included eminent Canadian academics and leaders from the Ukrainian-Canadian community: George Melnyk, Associate Professor, Film Studies and Canadian Studies, University of Calgary; Boris Kishchuk, Chair, Canada-Ukraine Centre Inc. Saskatchewan; Professor Bohdan Kordan, Director of the Prairie Centre for Study of Ukrainian Heritage at St. Thomas Moore College, University of Saskatchewan; Roman Senkus, Director, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.