One of the cornerstones of our mission is to develop and deliver high quality resources and programming that will educate the general public (and specifically K-14 teachers and students) about the history, culture, and current events of Russia and Eurasia. To that end, we offer on-campus workshops for educators, as well as cultural events and topical lectures open to anyone with an interest in our region. For those both near and far, our website features a variety of curricular resources and other digital materials. While the majority of our programming is specific to our region, we also collaborate with other Harvard international studies centers through the Global Studies Outreach Committee, to develop an annual educator workshop devoted to an issue of global significance. Please be in touch to let us know how we can bring the rich history and vibrant culture of Russia and Eurasia into your classroom teaching. 

The Davis Center organizes a number of events and programs that are specifically targeted at K-12 educators. These events include teacher workshops, lectures, webinars, cultural events, and more.

The Davis Center has developed a variety of resources for use in the K-14 classroom, including curricular modules and audio and video resources.

The Engaging Eurasia Fellowship offers educators an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the history and current events of the post-Soviet space.