Digest for 95-12-08


                          Table of Contents

WHAT'S NEW . . .

#01-08 December 95  RUSAG-L Current Events #70

#02-08 December 95  The Shevchenko Scientific Society

#03-08 December 95  TravelWise

#04-08 December 95  Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's New Site Offers Coverage
                    of the Russian Duma Elections Updated Daily

#05-08 December 95  WWW server on North Ossetia-Alania


RECENT EMAIL . . .

01-08 December 95  Sender:  Heather Hurlbert (hhurlber@post.cis.smu.edu)
                   Subject: Depression in Russia (fwd)

02-08 December 95  Sender:  Intltrain@aol.com
                   Subject: Re: friends and partners

03-08 December 95  Sender:  Tym Rondomanski (71001.3452@compuserve.com)
                   Subject: Help:  Oil and Gas Dictionaries

04-08 December 95  Sender:  bohdan@TRYZUB.com (Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj)
                   Subject: UKRAINE FAQ PLUS Presents: Home Page of the
                            Shevchenko Scientific Society

05-08 December 95  Sender:  bohdan@tryzub.com (Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj)
                   Subject: UKRAINE FAQ PLUS Presents: Ukrainian Weekly Preview
                            December 3rd, 1995 now ONLINE!

06-08 December 95  Sender:  "KwolekL" (kwolekl@rferl.org)
                   Subject: FW: RFERL Launches World Wide Web Site

07-08 December 95  Sender:  burola.unprofor@un.org
                   Subject: Re: Conditions  Re: Kyrgyz Republic

08-08 December 95  Sender:  lana@interport.net (Lana Vail)
                   Subject: Russia travel

09-08 December 95  Sender:  kedzie@rand.org (Chris Kedzie)
                   Subject: Otober Roundatble in Moscow

10-08 December 95  Sender:  Yuri Schoolov (yuris@lenti.med.umn.edu) (VetPatho)
                   Subject: Looking for business partners

11-08 December 95  Sender:  Steven511@aol.com
                   Subject: Business Info.

12-08 December 95  Sender:  kevinpanet@earthlink.net (Kevin Panet)
                   Subject: Total Quality Management In Russia?

13-08 December 95  Sender:  "S.A. Benedict Hopkins" (100070.775@compuserve.com)
                   Subject: Russian Dictionaries

14-08 December 95  Sender:  Paul Schelp (SCHELP%YFU-IC@mcimail.com)
                   Subject: NIS Scholarships for US High School Students

15-08 December 95  Sender:  "Funding Opportunity System"
                            (funding@solar.rtd.utk.edu)
                   Subject: Summer Institute for the Study of the United States
                            for Foreign Secondary School


APPENDIX:        LISTSERV address & basic procedures

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WHAT'S NEW . . .

*   Accessible from our Science Page is the new issue of RUSAG-L Current
    Events.

    http://solar.rtd.utk.edu/friends/science/agriculture/rusag.951129.html

*   The Shevchenko Scientific Society is the oldest Ukrainian academy of
arts and
    sciences whose activities have been the mainstay of Ukrainian culture
for the
    last 120 years.

    Please visit our "Science" page or directly at URL:

    http://world.std.com/~sabre/UKRAINE.html (under organizations)

*   TravelWise is a discount mailorder travel bookstore. It contains guidebooks
    and maps for every country in the world. TravelWise offers free customized
    recommended reading lists (which include guidebooks, maps and travel
writing)
    for any destination.

    Please visit our "Travel" page or directly at URL:

    http://WWW.Solutions.Net/travelbook/

*   Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's New Site Offers Coverage of the Russian
    Duma Elections Updated Daily; Background on All Broadcast Areas of Central
    and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

    Please visit from our "News" page or directly at URL:

    http://www.rferl.org

*   Situated on the northern slopes of the Central Caucasus, North Ossetia-
    Alania is one of the smallest, most densely populated and multi-cultural
    republics in the Russian Federation.  Please visit the new WWW page
    describing North Ossetia-Alania on Friends and Partners at URL:

    http://solar.rtd.utk.edu/friends/ossetia/

    or from our Geography page.  Thanks to Dave Stickney who has provided
    this information (and who will soon be adding additional text and
    graphics).


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E-MAIL POSTINGS . . .

Please continue to send your e-mail to friends@solar.rtd.utk.edu.

** 01 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Heather Hurlbert (hhurlber@post.cis.smu.edu)
Subject: Depression in Russia

In one of my medical anthropology classes today we began a discussion
about depression in the United States.  I started thinking, is this
illness diagnosed in Russia also?  And if so how often and what is the
treatment for it? Can anyone provide me with info?

Heather Hurlbert

** 02 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Intltrain@aol.com
Subject: Re: friends and partners

Dear Greg:

I do have one question, which you or may not be able to answer. I have been
trying to hook up with a server in the Pskov region of Russia, but have been
unable to do so because they say you cannot connect to it from North America.
Do you know, when and if this server may become available to North America?

Thanks again,

Andrew Karkus
Intltrain@aol.com

** 03 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Tym Rondomanski (71001.3452@compuserve.com)
Subject: Help:  Oil and Gas Dictionaries

I would appreciate any information that would help me locate up-to-date
Russian-to-English or English-to-Russian dictionaries in the field of oil and
gas geology, technology, chemistry or engineering.

Tym Rondomanski
71001.3452@compuserve.com

** 04 **********************************************************************

Sender:  bohdan@TRYZUB.com (Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj)
Subject: UKRAINE FAQ PLUS Presents: Home Page of the Shevchenko
         Scientific Society

Society

Greetings,

"The homepage of the Shevchenko Scientific Society
(Naukove Tovarystvo im. Shevchenka) is now available
exclusively at the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project.  This society
is international in scope and was founded in the last
century."  Further information on the society may be
accessed as follows.

The address of the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project is:

http://world.std.com/~sabre/UKRAINE.html

Either click the button labelled "Organizations" by the
Tryzub (Trident) graphic or scroll down and click the
"Organizations" section summary to access this latest
information.

As always, please feel free to email us at faq@tryzub.com
with comments.   We always are looking for contributions
as well.

Sabre Foundation is a major sponsor of the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project.


                                Regards,

                Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj

** 05 **********************************************************************

Sender:  bohdan@tryzub.com (Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj) (by way of
Subject: UKRAINE FAQ PLUS Presents:
         Ukrainian Weekly Preview December 3rd, 1995 now ONLINE!

Greetings,

   The latest preview of the Ukrainian Weekly is now available
on the Ukraine FAQ Plus site!  This is an exclusive regular
feature each week.  The Ukrainian Weekly is the largest
English-speaking weekly newspaper extant in the Western
world covering Ukrainian issues both in Ukraine and in the
Diaspora.   The preview is available on Internet at the
address of the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project.

The address of the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project is:

http://world.std.com/~sabre/UKRAINE.html

Either click the button labelled "Current Events" by the
Tryzub (Trident) graphic or scroll down and click the
"Current Events" section summary to access this latest
news.

As always, please feel free to email us at faq@tryzub.com
with comments.   We always are looking for contributions
as well.

                                Regards,

                Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj


** 06 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "KwolekL" (kwolekl@rferl.org)
Subject: FW: RFERL Launches World Wide Web Site

Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, Inc.

For Immediate Release                                   December 5, 1995

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Launches World Wide Web Site With
Comprehensive Coverage of Russian Elections

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's New Site Offers Coverage of the Russian
Duma Elections Updated Daily;  Background on All Broadcast Areas of Central
and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

PRAGUE, Czech Republic, Dec. 5, 1995 -- Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
(RFE/RL) today launched its first venture on the Internet, a world wide web
page which will offer daily updates on the upcoming Russian Duma elections.
It will also offer background information on the areas served by its 19
original-language broadcast services.

RFE/RL, on the air since 1951, continues to be one of the leading foreign
radio services to this strategically vital region of the world.

RFE/RL President Kevin Klose said the radios are "delighted" to join the
World Wide Web. "We plan to establish practical links with other users
across the Web, to make it easier for you to "tune in" to RFE/RL and the
vast, varied and immeasurably important region we cover," Klose said.

Radio Free Europe plans to expand its operations as a source of information
on Central and Eastern Europe.  This web service is considered just a
beginning to the information RFE/RL will make available through its new
on-line operations.

To contact the server use the URL (Universal Resource Locator)
http://www.rferl.org

To make comments, suggestions, send email to: wwwsitemgr@rferl.org

Regards

Larry Kwolek
Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, Inc.
Computer Services Department
Federalni Budova
Vinohradska 1
110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic

telephone:      (0042-2)  2112-2023/2005
fax:            (0042-2)  2112-2011
internet:       kwolekl@RFERL.ORG

** 07 **********************************************************************

Sender:  burola.unprofor@un.org
Subject: Re: Conditions  Re: Kyrgyz Republic

Kyrgyz Private Enterprise Support Project

I have been invited to join a two year project in Kyrgyz
Republic. I am married with two children American and French. As
information seems to be hard to come by on expat living and
working there?  I have found a number of net sites with economic
and trade information with is good background. But, I thought I
would ask the group for general information. The job site will be
in Bishkek. The company has given has a $max 600/month for rent.
Does anyone know what type of furnished flat or house we can get
for this? Does rent usually include the utilities( water,
electric, and gas)?  What areas in the city do the diplomats live
in? Can you buy imported food on the market (Coke lite)?  Are
there reliable supplies of electric, water and gas? Are there
International schools? Are there email services and internet?
As you can see I am trying to get as much information as
possible.

Thanks

Thomas Burola

** 08 **********************************************************************

Sender:  lana@interport.net (Lana Vail)
Subject: Russia travel

TRAVEL TO/FROM RUSSIA
AMBER TOURS,INC.
300 East, 34th St
New York,NY 10016
tel. 212-685-2956, 212-967-8516,917-912-7530
fax. 212-685-8569
e-mail: lana@interport.net

We are a New York/Moscow partnership of travel agents offering a full range
of services to and from Russia.

* low airfares
* group rates
* non-stop flights New York-Moscow
* the new Aeroflot-flying Boeing aircraft
* convenient inland connections
* stopovers in Europe
* discount hotel rates in Russia
* vacation packages
* ticket delivery in Moscow and in St.Petersburg
* one day processing of visas to Russia

Our emphasis is academic exchanges - over the past three years thousands of
Russian scholars and scientists have traveled around the world on our tickets.

     SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROMOTION, BARGAIN FARES, LIMITED AVAILABILITY

NON-STOP FLIGHT NYC TO/FROM MOSCOW; KRASAIR, EQUIPMENT: DC-10

FLIGHT #7B221            MOSCOW-JFK/AIRFRANCE TERMINAL/
                                    Depar.                   Arriv.
Days
                                    2:50pm                  5:20pm
Mon.,Thurs.
FLIGHT #7B222             JFK-MOSCOW
                                    Depar.                   Arriv.
Days
                                    8:40pm                  2:20pm
Mon.,Thurs.

EXTRA LUGGAGE FROM NYC (2 X 32kg + 1 X 25 kg  extra)
SPECIAL PRICES TILL THE END OF THIS YEAR
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS for the connecting flights in former USSR.
                                                                7B222
7B221
BUSINESS CLASS ROUND TRIP
ADULT                                                   $ 974
$ 1056
                            ONE WAY                     $ 534
$ 583

ECONOMY CLASS ROUND TRIP
ADULT                                                   $ 600
$ 671
                            ONE WAY                     $ 325
$ 363

EXCURSION CLASS ROUND TRIP*
ADULT                                                   $ 500
$ 567

APEX ROUND TRIP**
ADULT                                                   $ 440
$ 517

RULES:
*7 days min/ 6 months max , refund restricted
** 7 days min/6 months max, nonrefundable, nonchangable
1.Taxes are not included
2.Changes are made free of charge, except APEX fares
3.$ 150.00 cancelation and change penalty applies to APEX fares
4.$ 25.00 Moscow delivery charge ( nonrefundable in case of refund )
5.$ 50.00 cancelation / refund charge / reissue fee

                      All fares are subject to change without prior notice
We welcome corporate accounts, Master, Visa cards.

For further information contact us via  E-mail

** 09 **********************************************************************

Sender:  kedzie@rand.org (Chris Kedzie)
Subject: Otober Roundatble in Moscow

Date: Wed, 6 Dec 95 09:39 +0300
)From: elviraf@glas.apc.org (Elvira Orlova)
Subject: October NGO Roundtable

October 25, 1995

**NGO Roundtable - OCTOBER**

The next meeting of the NGO Roundtable will be
held on Friday, October 27 at 16:00 (4pm) in the 2nd
floor conference room of the MacArthur Foundation.

This month's meeting features a presentation by representatives
of the Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation), International
Science Foundation, and the Soros Center for Contemporary Art.
Vika Malekova, Director of the Civil Society Program of the Open
Society Institute, Alexander Bratus, Coordinator of the Long-term
Research Grants Program of the International Science Foundation, and
Irina Alpatova, Director of the Soros Center for Contemporary Art,
Moscow will speak about the various programs, including grantmaking
programs, which they oversee.

We welcome announcements on behalf of your organization
and its programs at this month's meeting as well.  Please
contact us by Friday morning if you would like to be
added to the agenda.

If you would like to distribute materials at the meeting,
be sure to bring a sufficient number of  copies.  There are
typically 40-45 people at each meeting.

The MacArthur Foundation is located at 8 Khlebnyi
pereulok, 2nd floor.  Closest metro:  Arbatskaia.

Thank you.  We look forward to seeing you Friday.

Alice L. Hill
Associate Director, Moscow Office
MacArthur Foundation
macarthur@glas.apc.org
290-5088

Natasha Savicheva
Deputy Director
IREX-Moscow
irexmos@glas.apc.org
290-6233


** 10 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Yuri Schoolov (yuris@lenti.med.umn.edu) (VetPatho)
Subject: Looking for business partners


Looking for business partners committed to personal and
professional development to help promote new satellite
company by building an international subscriber base.

If you are a team player looking for a part or full time
home-based business opportunity with minimum start
up costs and complete training, please contact
Dr. Yuri Schoolov at (612) 521-3587

or Dr. Paul Halvorson at (612) 379-3222 ext.32.

or write us at Triad Group, 4213 Park Avenue South,
Minneapolis, MN 55407.

Please join us now as we prepare to expand into Russia
and Eastern Europe in the fall of 1996.


****************************
yuris@lenti.med.umn.edu
****************************
Yuri Schoolov, M.D.
3743 Upton Avenue North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55412
phone/fax (612) 521-3587
****************************

** 11 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Steven511@aol.com
Subject: Business Info.

We are large Environmental Engineering Company in USA. Our business is design
and construction large water and wastewater facilities for environmental
industry.  Currently we are developing business plan which exercising an idea
of  engaging Russian "Konstruction bureau(s)" to assist us in design at their
premises.  We see this as an opportunity for Russian enterprises to get
closer to western technology on one hand and allow us to market future
businesses in Russia through the above entity.
If there is any interest and/or an assistance please let us know.
PS. Next time we'll download Cyrillic font and will GOVORIT PO RUSKI.
Thank you
Mike. B.

** 12 **********************************************************************

Sender:  kevinpanet@earthlink.net (Kevin Panet)
Subject: Total Quality Management In Russia?

During the past decade, Americans have been trying to catch up with the
Japanese by listening to formerly ignored Americans such as Dr Joseph Juran
and Dr W. Edwards Deming.  It's our "Quality Revolution," often described
under the banner of Total Quality Management, Continuous Quality
Improvement, Re-engineering, etc.  I've been involved in the movement for
the past five years helping groups/teams with strategic planning, team
building, customer service training, continuous process improvement (CPI)
tools training, etc.

I'm curious, is there a interest in this subject in Russia?  Has it caught
on there yet?  If so, how well has it worked?  I'd love to share success
stories...

Do businessmen have an interest in competing with higher levels of customer
service, or are they primarily in a survival mode?

How about teamwork in the workplace?  Is there any emphasis on teams?

Are tools such as fishbone diagrams, affinity diagrams, control charts, etc.
used in Russia?

Do people think that Russian culture could support the basic tenants of
Total Quality Management?  After all, we've yet to master it ourselves in
America.

I would be very interested in hearing thoughts from people interested TQM,
Organizational Development, Human Resources Development, Training or other
related subject matter.  Thank you.


 - Kevin Panet
   Chapman University, MS HRM Graduate Student (Grad Jan '96!)
   kevinpanet@earthlink.net
   Southern California, USA

Kevin R. Panet

** 13 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "S.A. Benedict Hopkins" (100070.775@compuserve.com)
Subject: Russian Dictionaries

Dear Webmaster,

I would really appreciate if you could mention on your web page the
following files that I have uploaded to the Internet.

They are a 60,270 word Russian-English-English Russian dictionary, a
Freeware 6,000 word version and a Russian-English vocabulary trainer.

I have uploaded them to two sites;

ftp://infomeister.osc.edu/pub/central_central_europe/russian/windows/
ftp://ftp.kiae.su/windows/text/dic

I enclose full details for you below.

Thanking you very much in advance.

Benny

File:           Slovar.zip
Original-Date:  95-11-18
Description:    A simple English-Russian, Russian-English 60,270 word
                dictionary
                based on a Word v2 document.
                Requires a keyboard driver such as CyrWin or ParaWin to
                switch from cyrillic to latin characters. Also Microsoft
                Word and Windows 3.+
                Copyright (c) 1995 S.A.Benedict Hopkins

Feedback:       100070.775@compuserve.com       Benny Hopkins

Location:
ftp://infomeister.osc.edu/pub/central_central_europe/russian/windows/
ftp://ftp.kiae.su/windows/text/dic

File:           Mal-slov.zip
Original-Date:  95-11-18
Description:    A simple English-Russian, Russian-English 6,000 word
                dictionary based on a Word v2 document.
                Requires a keyboard driver such as CyrWin or ParaWin to
                switch from cyrillic to latin characters.  Also Microsoft
                Word and Windows 3.+

                Freeware Copyright (c) 1995 S.A.Benedict Hopkins

Feedback:       100070.775@compuserve.com       Benny Hopkins

Location:
ftp://infomeister.osc.edu/pub/central_central_europe/russian/windows/
ftp://ftp.kiae.su/windows/text/dic

File:           trainer.zip
Original-Date:  95-11-19
Description:    A Russian-English vocabulary trainer made up of 2,175
                most commonly used Russian words or phrases. It is Freeware
                and is based on an Excel 4 spreadsheet. It is an
                excellent tool for all beginner students of Russian.

                Freeware Copyright (c) 1995 S.A.Benedict Hopkins

Feedback:       100070.775@compuserve.com       Benny Hopkins

Location:
ftp://infomeister.osc.edu/pub/central_central_europe/russian/windows/
ftp://ftp.kiae.su/windows/text/dic

** 14 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Paul Schelp (SCHELP%YFU-IC@mcimail.com)
Subject: NIS Scholarships for US High School Students

   ANNOUNCING A CHALLENGING NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL
    STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDY IN RUSSIA OR UKRAINE


ORGANIZATION: Youth For Understanding (YFU) International Exchange

PROGRAM:      1996 Freedom Support Act Semester Scholarship Program

INCLUDES:     The scholarship includes:
              * US domestic and international travel
              * Placement with an NIS host family
              * Enrollment in an NIS high school
              * Pre-departure orientation in US (August '96)
              * Re-entry orientation in Washington, DC (January '97)

WHEN:         August 1996 - January 1997

AGES:         Birthday must be between 4/1/78 - 7/15/81 (inclusive)

ELIGIBILTY:   * Open to US high school students in grades 9-12
              * US citizens only (permanent residents not eligible)
              * Students must hold minimum 3.0 GPA (on a scale of 4)
              * Prior language study preferred, but not required

FEE:          Finalists receive a 70% scholarship (approximately
              $4400) from the US government. Participants must
              pay a $1850 program contribution (30% of the total).
              Participants are also responsible for passport, visa
              fees, medical insurance, and spending money.

TO APPLY:     Call YFU at 1-800-TEENAGE,  or e-mail YFU's
              Program Information Office at:    pio@yfu.org

DUE DATE:     Completed applications must be postmarked by: 2/12/96

WEB SITE:     For more information about YFU, see our web site:

                          ***** www.yfu.org *****

BACKGROUND:   YFU has been a leader in international youth exchange
              since 1951. Currently, YFU exchanges 7000 students
              annually among 35 countries.

NIS STUDENTS: YFU is administering this program as a two-way
              exchange between the US and the NIS republics. A
              separate bulletin will be posted here with information
              for potential NIS applicants. The sending NIS
              countries are Belarus, Kazakstan, Russia, and Ukraine.
              Families sending a US student to the NIS are not re-
              quired to host an NIS student.

                     WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU!

** 15 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Funding Opportunity System" (funding@solar.rtd.utk.edu)
Subject: Summer Institute for the Study of the United States for
         Foreign Secondary School

 Summer Institute for the Study of the United States for Foreign
 Secondary School Educators

 SPONSOR:  United States Information Agency

 SYNOPSIS:  The United States Information Agency is inviting
 cooperative agreement applications for a Summer Institute for the
 Study of the United States and Foreign Secondary School Educators.

 DEADLINES:  1996-01-29

 OBJECTIVES:  Applicants should design the six-week institute program
 for 28 foreign secondary school teacher trainers, textbook writers,
 curriculum developers, education ministry officials and classroom
 teachers, whose professional assignments require significant knowledge
 of U.S. civilization. The program should offer participants specially-
 tailored lectures, presentations, discussions, site visits and
 curricular research opportunities--each related to a central theme in
 U.S. civilization--that examine various aspects of U.S. society,
 culture, values and institutions. The program should include a
 residency segment at a U.S. college or university campus and a study
 tour of up to two weeks to two or three additional U.S. regions,
 including a visit to Washington, D.C., at the conclusion of the
 program.

 RESTRICTIONS: Colleges, universities and other nonprofit academinc
 organizations with an established reputation in American studies, at
 least four-years' experience in conducting international exchange
 programs and specific expertise in conducting graduate-level programs
 for foreign educators. The project director or a key program staff
 member responsible for the academic program must have an advanced
 degree in American studies or a related discipline.

 MONETARY: Up to $211,600. Applicants should maximize cost-sharing.

 COMMENTS: Tentative program dates are June 22 to August 2.

 CONTACT INFO: Richard Taylor; 301 Fourth Street, SW; Room 256;
 Washington,  DC  20547

 _________________________

 Telephone:  202-619-4557

       FAX:  202-619-6790

 Email Address:  rtaylor@usia.gov

 Miscellaneous Information

 Program Number:  000127

 Source of Information: Federal Register;  1995-12-01; 61732


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