Educational and Community Resources for Ukrainian Refugee Children in Indiana

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Indiana State Library
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Webinar: Educational and community resources for Ukrainian refugee children in Indiana (1 LEU)

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Webinar description:  In this webinar, Svitlana Ramer, the co-founder and president of Ukrainian Society of Indiana, will share local and international resources that are available for Ukrainian children who have relocated to Indiana. She will talk about the work of USI, educational projects of the organization, and upcoming cultural events. Additionally, Svitlana will use her fundraising experience to point attendees to sponsor and grant resources that may help fulfill resource needs of this population. 

Presenter bio:  Svitlana Ramer moved to the US in 2008 to pursue graduate education after having completed her undergraduate degree at the Kyiv National University, majoring in international tourism. She received her MS from East Carolina University and her PhD from Penn State, focusing her dissertation on acculturation of Ukrainian immigrants in the US. Svitlana has taught at Georgia Southern University and at Texas A&M, where she delivered a TED Talk on immigrant acculturation. Currently, Svitlana is the Vice President of Development and External Affairs at The International Center and the co-founder and President of Ukrainian Society of Indiana. 


Event Type(s): ISL Webinar
Presenter: Svitlana Ramer
Kara Cleveland
(317) 232-3718