Professor of the Bialystok technical university has told students and teachers of the Yanka Kupala State University about experience in international research projects.

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Jan Pivnik was at faculty of innovative technologies of mechanical engineering of the Yanka Kupala State University for The Invited Professor program.

Within the visit the guest has given lecture and practical classes with undergraduates of specialty "Processing of Constructional Materials in Mechanical Engineering" in disciplines "Resource-saving technologies in mechanical engineering" and "Progressive processing of constructional materials".

– At lectures of professor Jan Pivnik undergraduates of faculty of innovative technologies of mechanical engineering have got acquainted with features of technological processes of casting under pressure and the extrusion-aluminum alloys, processing of metals pressure, microjet technology of processing of materials, – the dean of faculty Alexander Skaskevich has noted. – The invited expert has told about realization of progressive technologies of processing of materials at the western enterprises. Undergraduates had liked the practical training on which they under the leadership of professor chose necessary material for production of a concrete detail very much.

During the meetings with employees and students of faculty professor Jan Pivnik has shared personal experience within  international research projects, the custom-made enterprises of Switzerland, Austria, Canada and other countries. As emphasize at faculty of innovative technologies of mechanical engineering, the invited professor was impressed by audience of listeners. Undergraduates have shown high interest and high debatable activity therefore professor Jan Pivnik has expressed desire and readiness to continue the work with them. The guest also has urged graduates to be interested in scientific achievements of world level and to continue training in a magistracy.

Professor from Lomonosov Moscow State University has read lectures for students of law department of the Yanka Kupala State University.

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Doctor of Psychology, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Professor of the Department of Psychology and Social Work of the Institute of Social and Humanitarian Technologies and Communication of the Baltic Federal University named after I. Kant Henryk Zalewski visited the Faculty of Psychology of the Grodno University within the framework of the "Visiting Professor" program.

The professor conducted a cycle of lectures and practical classes for students of the specialty "Practical Psychology".

- During the course, Henry Vladislavovich acquainted students with the results of his long-term scientific research, and also suggested that they jointly develop techniques of cognitive-behavioral therapy, which he uses to work with simple subject fears of clients,- the psychology department explained. - Within the framework of the master class for faculty members, the professor spoke about psychological science and education at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.

Heinrich Vladislavovich's visit was completed with a speech at the plenary session of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Actual Problems of the Psychology of Personal Development." The professor presented a report on spirituality in the context of the problems of personality psychology, in particular, considered a biopsychosociotic model.

It should be noted that Professor Henry Zalevsky before moving to Kaliningrad, for more than 30 years, worked at the Tomsk State Pedagogical University and still maintains close contacts with this higher educational institution, being the initiator of the publication and the editor-in-chief of the "Siberian Psychological Journal". During the visit the Yanka Kupala State University, the guest discussed with the staff of the Faculty of Psychology the possibilities for further cooperation in the field of science and education, both with the Baltic Federal University named after I. Kant and with the Tomsk State University.

Professor of I. Kant BFU introduced the teachers and students of the Faculty of Psychology of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno with the results of their research in the field of genetic and clinical psychology.

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Doctor of Psychology, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Professor of the Department of Psychology and Social Work of the Institute of Social and Humanitarian Technologies and Communication of the Baltic Federal University named after I. Kant Henryk Zalewski visited the Faculty of Psychology of the Grodno University within the framework of the "Visiting Professor" program.

The professor conducted a cycle of lectures and practical classes for students of the specialty "Practical Psychology".

- During the course, Henry Vladislavovich acquainted students with the results of his long-term scientific research, and also suggested that they jointly develop techniques of cognitive-behavioral therapy, which he uses to work with simple subject fears of clients,- the psychology department explained. - Within the framework of the master class for faculty members, the professor spoke about psychological science and education at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.

Heinrich Vladislavovich's visit was completed with a speech at the plenary session of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Actual Problems of the Psychology of Personal Development." The professor presented a report on spirituality in the context of the problems of personality psychology, in particular, considered a biopsychosociotic model.

It should be noted that Professor Henry Zalevsky before moving to Kaliningrad, for more than 30 years, worked at the Tomsk State Pedagogical University and still maintains close contacts with this higher educational institution, being the initiator of the publication and the editor-in-chief of the "Siberian Psychological Journal". During the visit the Yanka Kupala State University, the guest discussed with the staff of the Faculty of Psychology the possibilities for further cooperation in the field of science and education, both with the Baltic Federal University named after I. Kant and with the Tomsk State University.

Professor of the Department of Information Sciences and Social Communications of Kiev National University of Culture and Arts Oleg Serbin conducted lectures for students of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism

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Doctor of Science in Social Communications, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Director of M. Maksimovich Scientific Library of Taras Shevchenko National University of Ukraine, Oleg Serbin was on a visit to the faculty within the framework of the "Visiting Professor" program.

Oleg Serbin introduced the 2nd year students of the specialty "Information and Communication" with the problems of library functioning in the modern world, highlighted the main trends related to the promotion of individual subjects of society, and also talked about the key tools with which you can select your product  against competitors.

During the round table with the leadership and teachers of the journalism department, professor discussed the prospects for international cooperation between the Department of Information Sciences and Social Communications of the Kiev National University and the Department of Journalism of YKSUG.

 

Law faculties of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and the Gumilev Eurasian national university have signed the contract on cooperation

This document is a part of the contract on cooperation between our universities and provides, first of all, activization of activity among law departments.

 

The contract is directed to exchange of experience of colleagues from Kazakhstan and Belarus, the academic mobility of students, undergraduates, graduate students, doctoral candidates and the faculty of institutions of higher education and also the organization of joint researches, scientific actions and the publication of joint scientific publications.

The parties have signed the document during the visit of professor of department of criminal and legal disciplines of the Euroasian national university of L.N. Gumilev, the doctor of jurisprudence, professor Aydarkan Skakov to our university within the Visiting Professor program.

– Between the universities the contract on cooperation is signed in 2013. However we have decided to go further: have decided to deepen and expand our interaction, first of all, between law departments. And in it in many respects Rimma Nikolaevna Klyuchko's merit – the head of the department of criminal law, criminal trial and criminalistics of the Grodno university, – Aydarkan Skakov has noted. – We have many plans which we will begin to realize very soon. By the way, one of doctoral candidates of law department of ENU of L.N. Gumilev is already ready to go to a training to Grodno university. I hope, in September YKSUG will host our law students.

Now the guest gives lectures for students of law department of our university. Aydarkan Skakov's occupations are devoted to criminology, corruption crimes and their prevention, questions of effective realization of criminal policy, criminal and executive policy and a probation (the form of conditional condemnation assuming the direction of the convict for a certain term under observation of bodies which in turn exercise control of his behavior – a comment).

Besides professor, to our university have arrived two graduates of the Euroasian national university of L.N. Gumilev who now get acquainted with our alma mater and opportunities of receipt in Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno postgraduate study.

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Aydarkan Skakov is an expert lawyer with more than 30-year experience, who has devoted many years to service to the law. In 1995 under the scientific guide of professor Alexander Mikhlin, the honored worker of science of Russia, the doctor of jurisprudence, he has defended the master's thesis, in 2000 the Highest certifying commission of the Republic of Kazakhstan has given to Aydarkan Baydekovich an academic status of professor, and 2006 he has defended the doctoral dissertation.

Aydarkan Skakov is an author of more than 200 scientific works. He took part in development of bills, Codes, resolutions and normative legal acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan. He was also engaged in preparation of comments for criminal executive code and a number of bills.

He is a member of dissertation council at Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republic of Kazakhstan Academy, the international consultant of UNICEF, the UN, OSCE, PRI and Soros Kazakhstan fund,  he is a part of editorial boards of a number of newspapers and scientific magazines of Kazakhstan, Belarus and Russia,  he is the member of council on protection of theses of Academy of management at the President of Republic of Belarus, he acted as the international expert of Soros Kazakhstan fund.

Yaroslav Ksenzhek, Polish Consul General in Grodno met students of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

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The meeting was held at the Polish Language, Literature and Culture Center with organizational and creative support of Grodno University’ civil-patriotic project "Live History". Elzbieta Ksenzhek, Yaroslav Ksenzhek’s wife, also came to the university.

The basis of the event was a cultural, historical and literary retrospective of the Grodno region.

“Our beautiful Grodno land have long been full of songs and delightful artistic word. People have been born and are born in love with poetry and literature on this very land, where fast Niemen flows, where Shchara, Ros, Ditva, Kotra, Black Gancha are scattered like blue ribbons, where mysterious Svityaz flaunts. Spiritual heritage of Belarus, the past and the present, landscape close to heart, images of people, dreams and hopes are the basis of their creativity. Poetry is the voice of earth, the strength and wisdom of generations, it’s memory,” welcomed participants of the meeting Olga Pan'kova, head of the civil-patriotic project "Live History", assistant professor of Russian philology.

Yaroslav Ksenzhek, Polish Consul General in Grodno, continued the conversation about the book, donating to the Polish Language, Literature and Culture Center encyclopedic and reference literature necessary for university students of various specialties to study Polish language.

“I’m very grateful to students for creative component of this evening and historical excursion. I was convinced once again that Grodno is full of talents and Grodno region is an interesting place where history borders on modernity. In Grodno, there are many architectural landmarks and unique sights that we are unlikely to see in other regions of Belarus. And this heritage Grodno residents should protect and preserve,” stressed the head of the Polish diplomatic corps in Grodno.

The meeting ended with screening of a feature film "Tomorrow we will go to cinema" directed by Michal Kvitinsky, which tells a story of three high school graduates who enter adulthood full of hope, but sudden outbreak of World War II will forever destroy all their plans and dreams. Yaroslav Ksenez noted that this film raises a number of topical problems and is an outstanding film of contemporary filmmakers in Poland.

Such film viewing sessions are expected to become regular at the philological faculty. Next meeting is planned to hold in January, during which university students will get acquainted with Polish cinema and discuss watched films with Consul.

As a part of the visit, Yaroslav Ksenzhek also met with Yury Bialykh and Henadz Hachko, Vice-rectors for Academic Affairs, and considered promising options for cooperation between higher educational institutions of Poland and the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of India in the Republic of Belarus Saksena Pankaj visited the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

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During the meeting with the administration of YKSUG, the issues of cooperation of the Yanka Kupala State University with the universities of the Republic of India were discussed.

On behalf of the rector of the University of Irina Kiturko, the guest was greeted by the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Henadz Hachko. he expressed the hope that the meeting will give a new impetus to the cooperation of Grodno University with the institutions of higher education of the Republic of India.

In turn, Saksena Pankaj thanked the administration of the University for the meeting and the opportunity to discuss promising areas of cooperation and noted that he is ready to help in establishing and strengthening the cooperation of the Yanka Kupala State University with the best universities in the Republic of India. In the opinion of the parties, the development of academic mobility of teachers, staff and students, the development of joint master's programs in programming, electronics, small-processor equipment, optics and in other areas can contribute to the expansion of interaction.

Collaboration between the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and institutions of higher education and organizations of the Republic of India began in 2008 with the training of staff and teachers of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. The interaction continued with the participation of representatives of Grodno University in internships, exhibitions and seminars in various areas of higher education. In 2012, the Belarusian-Indian Center in the field of information and communication technologies was opened and operates, the equipment for which was provided by the Indian side.

After the meeting, the guest got acquainted with the activity of the training center, talked with teachers and students of the faculty of mathematics and computer science.

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More than 700 foreign students, students, undergraduates and post-graduate students from 31 countries study at the Yanka Kupala State University in Grodno. Most often, citizens of Turkmenistan, Russia and African countries go to the Yanka Kupala Grodno State University to receive higher education. The most popular among foreign students are specialties in the field of jurisprudence, economics, information technology and philology.

Scientists of the Pecs University (Hungary) visited the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

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Hungarian scientists from the Pecs University historian and Professor Tamas Molnar, historian and medic, associate professor Zolt Molnar, and First Secretary of the Hungarian Embassy in the Republic of Belarus Peter Chomor came to Grodno to discuss the life and activities of the ruler of the Polish-Lithuanian Grand Duchy of Lithuania Stefan Batoria in our city.

The interest of Hungarian scientists in the personality of this monarch is not accidental. The brothers Tamas and Zolt Manar are studying the causes of the death of Stefan Batory, who came from a noble Hungarian clan, and are completing a book outlining the results of their research. Scientists of the Pecs University are trying to reveal one of the most mysterious and at one time covered with a multitude of rumors of secrets of Hungarian, Polish, Belarusian, Lithuanian, and in general European history, which has not been fully solved for the fifth century. Hungarian researchers specially arrived in Grodno to see our city, where the monarch spent his last days, where his body was anatomized (by the way, for the first time in the history of the Commonwealth) and was buried. The Manar brothers wanted to plunge into the historical aura of Grodno, to feel the spirit of those events.

- Stefan Batory loved Grodno, considered him to be the foremost city "both for temporary residence and for eternal rest", bequeathed himself here to bury, which was carried out in Fara Vitovta, which stood on the present Soviet Square. Later, the coffin with the King's body was transported to Krakow and buried in the Wawel Cathedral where almost all Polish kings were buried, "said Svetlana Morozova, historian of the history of Belarus, archeology and special historical disciplines at the meeting with the guests. Her research asset has a story about the circumstances of the disease, the versions of the causes of Stefan Batory's death and scientific attempts to uncover this mystery of history.
There are several versions of the death of the king. Basic: natural death and poisoning. On the one hand, it is known that Stefan Batory had illnesses known only to his doctors, although at all he made the impression of a strong and healthy man. Nevertheless, scientists do not rule out the fact that the influential prince could have been poisoned by one of his associates.
- Stefan Batory, living in Grodno, had ambitious plans for "reshaping" the map of Europe. Here, in his thoughts, he tried on the cap of Monomakh, conducted intensive correspondence and diplomatic preparation of the campaign against Turkey through Moscow. Therefore, the king had enemies on the international scene. And his sudden death gave rise to rumors of murder. We have here a case where the life of the monarch, in addition, is also a political value
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After the conversation, the guests visited the so-called Batoryevka, now - one of the buildings of Grodno State Medical University, where the anatomical exposition "Grodno Kunstkamera" is located. In the walls of this building on December 15, 1585 anatomization of the body of Batory was made to find out the cause of his death.

- We want to say that in recent years interest in Belarus has been growing in Europe, not only tourism, but also scientific. After all, very important events took place on the Belarusian lands, which influenced the geopolitical state of Europe. In addition, we have a common history that unites Hungary and Belarus, Hungary and Grodno. And Grodno is really an interesting city, it is understandable why Stefan Batory was so fond of him, - the brothers Tamas and Zolt Manar shared.

The historical atmosphere of our city, new interesting facts and detailed details of the puzzle of the death of the king will be reflected in the book of Hungarian scientists, which will be published in Russian and English and will become a fundamental study of this problem. The copy of the publication they plan to transfer to the scientific library of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

Associate Professor of the Department of Technology, Physiology and Food Hygiene of the Faculty of Biology and Ecology of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Aksana Paulava took part in the Belarusian-Pakistan Forum of Young Scientists

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The forum was organized on the basis of the Institute of Information Technologies with the support of the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Pakistan Academy of Sciences in Islamabad.

From the Belarusian side young scientists from the United Institute of Informatics Problems of the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Research Center for Materials Science, as well as the leading higher educational institutions of the country took a part in the event. Among the participants there is an associate professor of the Department of Technology, Physiology and Hygiene of the Food of the Faculty of Biology and Ecology of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Aksana Paulava. According to the representative of our university, the forum made it possible to get acquainted with the latest achievements in the field of scientific research, exchange knowledge and experience in the field of training highly qualified personnel, discuss promising areas of cooperation in the field of nanobiotechnology, as well as academic mobility and postgraduate education programs.

- Within the framework of the forum, we learned about the innovative achievements of researchers of the Institute of Information Technologies in the field of computer technology, electrical engineering, biological sciences and physics, - Aksana Paulava shared. - In the section of biological sciences and physics I presented the report "The process of obtaining chitosan from micellar fungi of the species Aspergillus", and then presented the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, told colleagues about the university's academic activity and its scientific potential, invited them to cooperate.

One of the main venues of the forum was the XV International Conference "Information Technology Boundaries", during which the Belarusian delegates got acquainted with innovative developments in the field of information technologies and visited the exhibition of student scientific developments.

Significant was the visit of Belarusian delegates to the Institute of Information Technology, the leading institution of higher education in Pakistan.

- During the visit to the Institute, a meeting was held with the rector and heads of structural units, as well as a tour of the laboratories of the departments of computer science, electrical engineering, biological sciences, nanotechnology and physics. During the meeting with the representatives of the Faculty of Biological Sciences, it was possible to discuss the prospects for cooperation between our faculties in the field of biotechnology, " - Aksana Paulava said.

The main result of the Belarusian-Pakistan forum was an agreement between scientists of the two countries on holding the Second Belarusian-Pakistani agricultural forum. It is planned that the event will be held during the international exhibition "Belagro-2018" in June this year.

Tatsiana Cherkes, senior teacher of the Department of Language Training of Belarusian and Foreign Citizens of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, shared the experience of teaching Russian as a foreign language for colleagues from Gdansk University

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In the framework of the agreement on international cooperation between the Department of Language Training of Belarusian and Foreign Citizens of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and the Department of Communication Pragmatics and Linguodidactics of the Institute of Russian and Oriental Studies at Gdańsk University, Tatsiana Cherkes completed a two-month internship at Gdansk University.

Tatsiana Cherkes worked in the groups of students of the initial and advanced stages of teaching on the departments of Russian philology and oriental studies at the Polish University, where she shared her experience of teaching the Russian language. She also took part in the scientific and methodological seminar of the Department of Communication Pragmatics and Linguodidactics, perfomede with an analysis of the peculiarities in teaching Russian as a foreign language in Gdańsk and Grodno universities. During the conversation with the staff of the department Tatyana Cherkes told about the possibilities of the courses for teachers named "Innovations in teaching Russian as a foreign language", which for the first time were organized in YKSUG in August 2017.

At the meetings with the students of the University of Gdansk, Tatsiana Cherkes presented the opportunities of the winter and summer schools of the Russian language, initiated and organized by the Department of Language Training of Belarusian and Foreign Citizens for three years, and also answered questions from Polish students.

 

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The agreement on international cooperation of the Department of Communication Pragmatics and Linguodidactics of the Institute of Russian and Oriental Studies at the University of Gdańsk and the Department of Language Training of Belarusian and Foreign Citizens of the Yanka Kupala State University were signed in 2015. Within the framework of the agreement, the representatives of the departments publish collective monographs and scientific articles. Employees of Gdansk and Grodno universities are taking part in scientific conferences in Belarus and Poland, and students of the Polish University since 2015 actively participate in the Summer School of the Russian Language. During the course of 2017, 6 teachers of the Institute of Russian and Oriental Studies from the University of Gdańsk were trained at the Department of Language Training of Belarusian and Foreign citizens, and four became listeners of the courses "Innovations in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language."

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