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16 лютого, 2013 р. студенти Школи Українознавства при Церкві-Пам’ятнику Св. Андрія обізналися з відображенням переїзду Українців до США в історичних документах.
In what is becoming an annual tradition, on February 17th Prof. Volodymyr Mezentsev returned to give an update on his team's archeological research.
On February 16, students of the St. Andrew School of Ukrainian Heritage Studies learned about Ukrainian immigration to the US using items from the Center's collections.
On November 17, the Center hosted the first through third grade students at the St. Andrew School of Ukrainian Heritage Studies in a viewing of prints from the series "Ukraine 1933: A Cookbook".
As part of its ongoing educational outreach, the UkrHEC hosted a presentation yesterday by family history researcher Michael Buryk.
On March 26, the UkrHEC and the Franklin Township Library co-sponsored a lecture and demonstration by New York pysanka master Sofika Zielyk.
24 students of the local Ukrainian Heritage School participated in a pysanka (Ukrainian decorated Easter eggs) workshop hosted by the UkrHEC.
Prof. Mezentsev of the University of Toronto returned this past Sunday to provide an update on his team's archeological studies.
The Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center of NJ joins the Brooklyn Public Library and the US National Archives in contributing materials related to immigration and migration.
Our director presented an overview of Ukrainian history and culture for a university class in Cultural Anthropology.