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As part of the realization of the 5-100 Project, director of the SUSU Project Office, Aleksandr Deev, participated in the First International Conference on Initiatives for Academic Excellence, held from June 30th to July 2nd in Sa
In the framework of implementation of the 5-100 Project the director of the SUSU Project Office Alexander Deev took part in the workshop “The Internationalization of Higher Education in the 21st Century: Experience of Universities in the USA”, which was held in Boston. Alexander Vladimirovich has got to know the work of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Boston University.
On June 20th, SUSU held the workshop ‘ABCs of Style, Grammar, and Structure of Research Publications’, organized by the SUSU Office of International Affairs and the Institute of International Education.
The lecture was given by Elena Bazanova, director of the MISiS Academic Writing University Center.
A SUSU delegation led by the head of the SUSU office of international affairs Aleksandr Deev, will be participating in a seminar entitled “The Internationalization of Higher Education in the 21st Century: the Experience of Universities in the USA.” The seminar will be held at Boston College (Massachusetts, USA).
On June 6th – 8th, the 17th 5-100 Seminar and Conference was held at the Sechenov First Moscow State University of Medicine. More than 900 people from the 100 largest universities of Russia took part. SUSU was represented by a delegation headed by university rector, professor Aleksandr Shestakov.
SUSU achieved victory at the open, public contest for the presentation of government support of pilot projects for the foundation and development of engineering centers organized by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science and the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The May edition of the international scientific journal Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (The Netherlands) included published materials of research dedicated to the influence of acoustic cavitation on food product emulsion, that is, the possibilities of improving fo
From May 29th to June 3rd, 2016, national research university, South Ural State University, represented Russia as one of the participants of the 5-100 project at the largest conference and exhibition in the area of international education, NAFSA, which was held in the capital of the state of Colorado, Denver (USA)
From June 7th to 11th, the SUSU Scientific and Educational Center "Cultural-Historical Research" and the Faculty of History are hosting a delegation from Switzerland arriving for the International Practical Scientific Conference, “Development of the Urals and Siberia in the 19th and 20th Centuries.”
Under the authority of the SUSU Office of Scientific and Innovative Activities, in attempts to attract student youth of the university to the 5-100 Project for Increasing Competitiveness, a contest for bachelors, masters, specialists and post-graduate students, “Your Start in Science” has begun. The best student scientific projects will receive financing.
In the beginning of 2016, the list of SUSU academics who are members of the editorial board of international journals gained one more name. The head of the Office of Scientific and Innovative Activities, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Aleksandr Dyakonov, joined the editorial board of the journal Russian Engineering Research.
South Ural State University is now officially represented at http://studyinrussia.ru/. The portal developed by the 5-100 Project Office is designed for attraction of foreign students to Russian universities. Possibly, for the first time in the history of higher education the most relevant and needed information about advantages of studying at the best Russian universities is posted on the website.
On March 29, SUSU Rector Alexander Shestakov met directors of schools, lyceums and gymnasiums of Chelyabinsk. Alexander Leonidovich told the heads of educational institutions about ongoing changes at the University as a result of its participation in the 5-100 Project. Special focus was on the position of SUSU in the hierarchy of Russian universities and international rankings and cooperation with schools, lyceums, gymnasiums, and colleges under new conditions of the University development.
In autumn 2015 the associate professor of the Department of General and Theoretical Physics of SUSU Sergey Podoshvedov defended his doctoral dissertation in quantum informatics. We talked about his career and this research area.
Summarizing and awarding the winners of "SUSU - Smart University in a Global Market" Advertising and PR Project competition organized upon an initiative of the Faculty of Journalism and the Department of Communication Policy were carried out in order to strengthen the competitive position of the South Ural State University on the global education market within the framework of the Project 5 -100.
South Ural State University has signed a cooperation agreement with Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Graz, Austria).
Joanneum University is one of the oldest and largest Austria’s universities of applied sciences. Its main campus is situated in the popular student city of Graz. The other two campuses are located in Kapfenberg and Bad Gleichenberg.
Representatives of the SUSU Managing Committee for the 5-100 program, chaired by rector Aleksandr Shestakov, is actively preparing to defend the program for increased competetiveness of South Ural University (“Road Map”) for 2016-2020.
Today in Moscow, university program presentations are being analyzed, wording and details of the presentation are being clarified, and strategic prospects for future scientific and industrial cooperation with international experts are being discussed.
A team of biotechnical researchers from South Ural State University under the leadership of a professor from India announced an innovative development – anti-stress bread and yogurt. The public needs these and other products as an element of the complex correction of illnesses tied to chronic stress and a bad environment. The research results will be published in a month.
The academic and administrative staff of SUSU took part in the survey “Involvement”, designed to analyze a degree of involvement and interest of University members in the Project 5-100. The survey was conducted in two variants: on the University website and by sending to the electronic corporate mail.
Based on the results as of February 16, 524 people took part in the survey. The survey results have shown that on the whole SUSU members are informed about the Project and its role in further development of the University.