Program Coordinator, Weiser Center for Europe & Eurasia
Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia
Language Certificate, Instituto Brasil-Estados Unidos, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 1978-79; Graduate study, Russian and East European Studies, University of Michigan, 1974-76; B.A., English, University of Michigan, 1974; Jagiellonian University, Polish Literature, 1971-72
Marysia Ostafin earned a B.A. in English and did graduate work in REES at U-M. Proficient in several languages of the region, Marysia officially retired from U-M in 2021 after working for the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES) and the Weiser Centers for narly 40 years. She continues to work for WCEE on a temporary basis, assisting with programs and special projects.
- Cross of Service Award from the Polish Government, October 1999
- College of Literature, Science and the Arts Staff Award for Excellence, U-M, 1999