On February 6, 2020 President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin set a simplified procedure of employment for foreign citizens and for persons without citizenship, who are studying full-time in professional educational institutions. Specialists of the Institute of Law of South Ural State University analysed how this law will influence the life of our university’s international students.
The phrase “Think globally, act locally!” has been a moto of the GAIDPARK Winter Discussion School of the Yegor Gaidar Foundation, in which Nikita Volkov, a 2nd-year Master’s student of the Department of Social Studies of the Institute of Media, Social Sciences and Humanities, took part. At the discussion school in Saint Petersburg Nikita represented not only South Ural State University, but also the city of Chelyabinsk.
Scientists from South Ural State University are creating a new material with targeted properties. It could be used for production of microwave elements in electronics, as well as for data transmission, and protection against wave action at high frequencies.
The research results have been published in Journal of Alloys and Compounds, indexed in Scopus and Web of Science databases. The research studies hexagonal ferrites, the current demand for which is mostly related to using them in microwave elements in electronics.
All-Russian Kickboxing Tournament Moscow Open was held in the Moscow Region (Ershovo settlement). Over 800 sportsmen from 31 Russian regions took part in the competitions. One of the participants was a student of the Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service of South Ural State University.
The participants of the tournament competed in three disciplines: “point fighting”, “light contact” and “solo compositions”. A student of the SUSU Institute of Sport, Tourism and Service Kirill Vorobiev became the best three times:
The Dance Festival of Student Teams will be held at SUSU for the 13th time. Students will perform in the categories of contemporary, street and pop dance and will compete for the winning places.
The event is to take place before the Russian Student Union Day celebration. The students will dance on the university’s stage on February 16th. This year, the main topic of the event is “Russian Student Union BOOM: Style. Labour. Hype”. The participants want to show the audience that it is both interesting, fun and fancy to be a part of the Russian Student Union.
Tatiana Stroganova, Head of the Press Office of South Ural State University, member of the board of the Union of Journalists of the Chelyabinsk Region, received a journalistic “Oscar” for articles in Russian media that popularize science.
The ceremony of honouring the laureates of the highest award in journalism of the Russian Federation called the Golden Pen of Russia Award took place in Moscow at the Novaia Opera theatre as part of the 28th press ball. The prize has been awarded since 1996. Many prominent journalists received it from then on.
Every year, February 8th, the scientific community of the Russian Federation celebrates its professional holiday, approved by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation: the Russian Science Day. Being one of the flagships of the development of science in Russia, South Ural State University fulfils the development strategy within the framework of digital industry, materials science and ecology, what meets the global research trends.
The Global Game Jam, a video game development competition, was held at the SUSU School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science January 31st through February 1st. The major worldwide contest was organized at SUSU for the seventh time already.
Participating in the Global Game Jam is the best way to start designing games, meet some like-minded people, and fulfil your experimental ideas. This year, South Ural State University has gathered more than 100 participants, 44 of whom are SUSU students.
South Ural State University provides young scientists with a unique possibility to fulfil their scientific potential. Students are actively participating in various contests, and one of these is UMNIK program. In 2019, the contest’s prize-winner was a 1st-year postgraduate student of the SUSU Institute of Engineering and Technology Mikhail Shalashov, who suggested a unique design of a spacecraft propulsion system.
Dear colleagues, postgraduates and students! I heartily congratulate you on the Day of Russian Science! This professional holiday is annually celebrated by representatives of the scientific community of our country.
Scientists at our university have been making their contribution to the storehouse of science for 76 years now. Over the years of formation and development, our university has acquired the status of one of the leading universities in Russia, the centre of science and innovation.
On February 1, the final stage of the Zvezda (Star) Multidisciplinary Engineering Olympiad, one of the most broad-scale school Olympiads in the Russian Federation, started at South Ural State University. The event takes place at 85 venues in our country.
SUSU is the main coordinator of the Olympiad along with the Russian Engineering Union, and 68 leading Russian universities are co-organizers. The winner’s or prize-winner's certificate of the Olympiad allows the applicant to receive benefits when entering almost any university.
At the end of April, a boxing competition was held as part of the Student Games for Higher Education Institutions at Ural State University of Physical Education (UralGUFK). At one of the most popular competitions, more than 50 athletes from Rank 3 to Master of Sport of Russia entered to compete.
This year the SUSU Children’s Online University Educational Centre has celebrated its second anniversary. Since 2018, the project has been promoting scientific fields of the university and research and development creativity for children. The project has no age restrictions; any schoolchild of the 1st through 11th form can participate in the project and take electronic courses.
The women’s badminton championship and billiard tournament were organized by international students of South Ural State University with the support of the South Ural Association of International Students (AIS).
Throughout the year, the AIS is holding a number of events, aimed at creative, cultural and sports development of international students who came to Russia to gain higher education. Each time they are trying to somehow enrich these events, so the lives of international students will be more event-packed.
The executive managers and representatives of SMS Group, Germany, a well-known metallurgical equipment manufacturing company, visited South Ural State University to discuss the development of cooperation. During the visit of the SUSU partners, the agreements were reached on the next joint steps in cooperation in the field of technological processes digitalization.
Getting acquainted with Russian culture and being immersed into an active lifestyle outside of education play a very important role in the adaptation of international students. So, as per tradition, winter activities were organized for them in 2020.
On January 29th, a delegation from the Consulate General of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Ekaterinburg paid a visit to South Ural State University. The goal of the visit was to discuss the prospects of collaboration. Among the delegation members were Consul General of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Ekaterinburg Abdusalom Khatamov and First Secretary of the Consulate General of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Ekaterinburg Bekzhon Kuvanov.
On January 25th, the Russian Students Day, hockey players of Polytechnic Ice Hockey Team of South Ural State University joined the “East” team to take part in the 4th traditional All Stars Game of the Student Ice Hockey League.
This Saturday, on January 25, the second round of the regional championship of the Men’s Amateur Basketball League (MABL) among male basketball teams (season 2019-2020) was held in the Educational and Sports Complex of South Ural State University. At the university venue, the SUSU team met with opponents from the city of Satka.
Associate Professor of the SUSU Department of Sociology, Candidate of Sciences (Pedagogy) Elvira Valeeva has received an official letter of thanks from the Coordination Council of the “Step Into the Future” Russian Youth Program for many years of successful partnership and fulfilment of the program for Chelyabinsk Region schoolchildren.
On January 24, South Ural State University held a traditional celebration of Tatiana Day. The university administration, teachers, staff and students attended the event.
The gala concert started with the theatrical prologue presented by the actors from Mannequin Theatre Studio in historical dresses. Students acted out a scene from the year of 1775, when the Empress Elizabeth of Russia signed a decree on the opening of the Moscow University.
South Ural State University pays special attention to civic and patriotic education of students. The Council of Veterans takes an active part in this event as well.
The Smart School of South Ural State University started functioning in the SUSU branch in the city of Nizhnevartovsk.
The goals of organizing the school were to introduce senior pupils to the branch of SUSU, give opportunity to feel like a student, and provide enhanced training for the Unified State Examination. The task of the school was to attract applicants to study in the branch.
South Ural State University announces the annual Russia through the Eyes of Students photo contest. This contest aims at promoting patriotic education, involving students into creative activities, and developing their interest in Russia. Both professional photographers and beginners aged under 30 are among the participants.
The photographs submitted to the contest should be depicting Russia and its regions. It is important that participants capture interesting and attractive aspects of international life, traveling and tourism.