The Tutor of a SUSU International Student project is being actively developed in South Ural State University. This project is organized by the International Student Support of the SUSU International Office. The university students have a chance to become part of that team.
On May 5, the team of athletes from South Ural State University triumphantly performed at the traditional city relay, held on the occasion of the Spring and Labor Day celebration. It was the first time that the relay was held as part of the Universiade of educational institutions of higher education of the Chelyabinsk region. SUSU students earned the highest reward.
The relay was held for the 87th time. On that day, more than 5 000 athletes took to the streets. Head of Chelyabinsk, Vladimir Elistratov, started the competition with a welcoming speech:
On May 17th-18th, dozens of venues dedicated to modern technologies, science, and technical creativity will open. Residents of our city and region will see the process of creating robots, automobiles, and aircrafts. The Rukami festival includes contests in technical creativity, excursions, master classes, scientific lectures, an exhibition by the engineering groups of the Chelyabinsk Region, and a performance, installations, and photo zones.
The war made him grow up. By a whole year earlier. But it also made him strong, manly and tough. A battle-front veteran Gennady Komissarov, who has long entered his tenth decade, is still optimistic and to a question «Any successes recently?» he replies with a smile: «Mine are still ahead».
Students of South Ural State University received honorary credentials in the first regional contest of social advertisement called “The World without Fear”. This contest is dedicated to preventing of wrongdoing among young people. In their artworks, contestants needed to reflect the most topical issues of the society. Awarding of the winners took place at the government of the Chelyabinsk region.
Dear veterans: soldiers of the Great Patriotic War and homefront workers!
Dear academics and staff members, postgraduates and students!
My congratulations to you on this holiday, which is sacred to every one of us – the Great Victory Day!
On May 9, the whole Russia celebrates the main day in its history, the 74th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. South Ural State University will honor the heroic deed of Soviet soldiers by holding ceremonious events.
On the threshold of the Victory Day, SUSU will hold intra-university events featuring students, academics and administrative staff. Competition in shooting will be held among students and university staff at 9:00 in the Marksmanship Centre.
South Ural State University invites everyone to the Victory Waltz. This year’s dance flashmob dedicated to the heroic act of the Soviet soldiers in the Great Patriotic War will be held on the university square in front of the main SUSU building on May 7th at 13:15.
On May 9, the Immortal Regiment March that has already become national tradition of celebrating the Day of Victory in the Great Patriotic War is to be held in the Chelyabinsk region for the sixth time. Students of South Ural State University will take an active part in both organization of the march and in marching itself.
Formation of the Immortal Regiment column will start near South Ural State University, from where the regiment will march till the Eternal Flame.
South Ural State University took part in the demonstration as part of the celebrations under Spring and Labour Day (or International Workers’ Day). More than 300 SUSU students marched in a column along Lenina Prospect and other streets of Chelyabinsk.
The history of May Day has changed a lot throughout history. For many countries in the world, May Day is still a special occasion. Depending on the country’s history, this day is associated either with the start of spring or with the fight for workers’ rights.
South Ural State University finished cleaning up its territory within traditional springtime volunteer clean-ups. More than 1000 SUSU students took part in the activity.
All the institutes, schools, dormitories, laboratories and centres of SUSU involved their students and staff in sanitary clean-ups and beautification of the territory adjacent to their departments. Extracurricular Activities Department was responsible for work coordination and contact with departments, and work at the territory was supervised by the Maintenance Department.
Today, April 30, the world celebrates International Jazz Day. The celebration was officially introduced in 2012 following the 2011 UNESCO announcement. The event aims to raise public awareness of jazz as the force that promotes peace, unity, dialogue, and understanding between people. Today many public organisations, educational institutions, authorities, and individuals actively support and promote jazz around the world. International Jazz Day is one of the many occasions dedicated to this special music.
African Culture Day was held at South Ural State University on April 26th. The holiday was organized by SUSU students from eleven African countries.
The event was opened by a colourful parade of flags; 11 representatives from Africa brought out the flags of their nations.
SUSU Rector Aleksandr Shestakov offered words of welcome to the participants and guests of the event.
South Ural State University was visited by the Advisor for Student Affairs of the Embassy of the Republic of Zimbabwe in the Russian Federation, Muponisi Muchechetere. The Advisor took part in a number of meetings and was offered a tour around the SUSU research and education laboratories.
There is just a little more than two months left until the SUSU Institute of Architecture and Construction begins accepting documents. Director of the IAC Dmitrii Ulrikh spoke to us about how to enrol in the university, earn an increased scholarship, and how graduates can find job.
South Ural State University will participate in the demonstration as part of the celebrations under Spring and Labour Day (or International Workers’ Day). More than 300 SUSU students will march in a column along Lenina Prospect and other streets of Chelyabinsk.
The SUSU students’ column will gather on the square in front of the main university building on May 1st at 9:00, and will march along Lenina Prospect towards Revolution Square while holding banners and shouting out slogans.
Opening of the 6th Conference and Exhibition of science-and-technology and creative projects of SUSU students took place at South Ural State University.
There are tons of fun things you can do in Chelyabinsk. Below, we’ve picked some exciting events the city has to offer this weekend. It’s time to get some tickets and make those freedom evenings count! Don’t forget to leave your comment about the events on Vk and Facebook.
April 26, 18:00
New Art Theatre
A Triptych for One Actress: Euripides-Shakespeare-Boccaccio (by Nina Mazur)
Thirty-three years ago, April 26, 1986, the world was shaken by one of the world’s most horrifying technical catastrophes. The Chernobyl disaster resulted in the release of an unprecedented amount of radioactive substances into the atmosphere with radioactive dust reaching as far as Sweden. The catastrophic accident caused by the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear plant killed up to 50 people directly related to the explosion and over 4 000 died because of radiation exposure.
African Culture Day is to take place at South Ural State University on April 26.This holiday, organised by SUSU students from African countries, is to be held at the Activity Hall for the second time.
SUSU actively develops cooperation with African countries. Presently, there are more than 30 students studying at SUSU and representing 11 African countries: Guinea, Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Students from these countries will present their culture and perform national songs and dances.
The 5th International Festival “We Are All Different, but We Are Together” was held at South Ural State University and featured performances by students of different nationalities who study at SUSU.
The festival of tolerance “We Are All Different, but We Are Together” is held every year. After all, SUSU students speak more than 50 languages and include representatives from many nationalities. For South Ural State University students, this is one of the most important and beloved events.