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The best group of the University was determined in the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

The winner of the competition "Best Group of the University – 2021" was the student group of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism.
This year, six student groups demonstrated their talents on the main stage: the Faculty of Physics and Technology, the Faculty of Civil Engineering, the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism, the Faculty of Art and Design, the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Psychology.
The creative competition was held in two stages: the students presented to the jury and the audience the portfolio "We are a Team" and the videos "Our group is the best" about their group, and the competition ended with the final performance. During the competition tests, the students talked about their numerous achievements, hobbies, rich and fun student life, sang, danced, showed theatrical performances and performances of the original genre, each performance proving their unity and creativity.
The winners of the University-wide competition "Best University Group-2021" were the 2nd year students of the specialty "Journalism "of the Faculty of History, Communication and Tourism, the second place was taken by the group of 3rd year students of the specialty" Economic Law "of the Faculty of Law, the third place was taken by the 2nd year students of the specialty" Psychology " of the Faculty of Psychology.
The 1st-year student group of the specialty "Technical operation of Power equipment of Organizations" of the Faculty of Physics and Technology won in the category "Project Debut". The diploma in the category "The most cohesive team" was deservedly won by students of the 1st year of the specialty "Industrial and Civil Construction" of the Faculty of Civil Engineering. In the category" Grace of the Project", the jury gave preference to a group of 1st-year students of the specialty "Musical Art and World Art Culture" of the Faculty of Arts and Design.
Groups of the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Psychology received special prizes from the Trade Union Committee of Students of the University and from the NGO "BRSM" of the University. The winners of the contest were awarded with a guided tour of Belarus.

Dialogue platform “2021 - Year of National Unity. The role of youth in strengthening trust and solidarity in society, rallying the Belarusian people "was held at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

The meeting brought together representatives of the authorities and students from three institutions of higher education in Grodno - Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Grodno State Medical University and Grodno State Agrarian University. The event took place on May 6 within the framework of the republican project "Grodno - the youth capital".
The dialogue platform was attended by the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus on Education, Science, Culture and Social Development Viktor Liskovich, Head of the Main Department of Ideological Work and Youth Affairs of the Grodno Regional Executive Committee Igor Bulavko, Chairman of the State Control Committee of the Grodno Region Anatoly Dorozhko, as well as rectors of three universities - Rector of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Irina Kiturko, Rector of Grodno State Medical University Elena Krotkova and Rector of Grodno State Agrarian University Vitold Pestis. The event was moderated by a 4th year student of the Faculty of Psychology at Kupala University Veronika Basinskaya.
The main goal of the dialogue was to find answers to the questions, what is the role of youth in the formation of solidarity and trust in modern Belarusian society, what representatives of the student community can do at their level to maintain peace and stability in the country.
In his welcoming speech to the participants in the dialogue, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus on Education, Science, Culture and Social Development Viktor Liskovich noted that the future belongs to the youth and it is very important that their decisions are based on traditions, on that good experience. which was laid down and formed by their predecessors:
- Each of us has his own opinion, and this is his right, but we should in no way allow the spontaneous events that took place in August 2020. In the future, we must build such a system so that no one will have a destructive effect on the minds of our beautiful youth.
Within the framework of the discussion, the chairman of the State Control Committee of the Grodno Region Anatoly Dorozhko, who demonstrated in his life example that thanks to the care and support of the state, he received an opportunity for development and formation, noting the importance of maintaining the connection between generations and choosing a positive authority for himself in life:
- In the coming decades, you, young people, will need to take responsibility for the future of the country. It is you who will determine the ways of its development, and we will help to implement your plans.
The leaders of the student community were able to ask the representatives of the authorities the questions of concern to them, express their opinion on the ongoing processes in society. Thus, the students voiced the reasons why young people, in their opinion, are not very actively seeking to engage in research activities. Students also spoke about what, in their opinion, lies at the heart of patriotism and who a patriot is, how you can instill love for your country, for domestic producers and domestic products. We talked about improving the work of state media, their important role in covering current events, including problematic issues and ways to solve them.
The dialogue has become useful for both parties - government officials and student activists. The youth heard the position of experienced leaders, and they, in turn, assessed what was happening from the lips of the student leaders.

Rector of Tashkent Institute of Chemical Technology Botir Usmonov visited Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

During the visit, which took place on April, 28, the prospects of cooperation in the implementation of joint educational programs were discussed.
The visit of the leadership of Tashkent Institute of Chemical Technology to Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno took place less than two months after the conclusion of the agreement on cooperation between the universities. The document was signed on March 4, 2021 during the visit of the Belarusian delegation to the Republic of Uzbekistan, which included Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno represented by Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Yury Bialykh. At that time, preliminary agreements were reached on conducting joint scientific research in areas of mutual interest, on designing and implementing joint educational programs, on organizing and conducting internships for teachers and students of Tashkent Institute of Chemical Technology at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.
The discussion of the agreements already reached continued during the visit of partners from Uzbekistan to Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. The small delegation that visited Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno included Rector of Tashkent Institute of Chemical Technology, Botir Usmonov, and Head of the Department of Double Diplomas, Anvar Shernaev. Botir Usmonov drew attention to the fact that in Uzbekistan in recent years, much attention has been paid to the field of education. At the same time, he emphasized his interest in getting a closer look at the achievements of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno in the field of education and science.
– We are interested in your experience, - Botir Usmonov said. – Therefore, we strive to build good relations, establish mutually beneficial cooperation with universities of the Republic of Belarus, because the scientific potential of your country is very high. At the same time, we have similar sectors of economy. And our countries cooperate at the highest level in various areas – chemical industry, mechanical engineering, food, humanitarian sphere, culture. I am sure that academic mobility, exchange of teachers, and methodological support will be useful for the two states.
Irina Kiturko, Rector of Yanka Kupala State University, also agreed that cooperation with Uzbekistan is becoming a strategic and priority direction for Belarusian educational institutions.
"We already have some experience of cooperation with universities in Uzbekistan," Irina Kiturko shared. – The first cooperation agreement was signed with Tashkent University of Transport back in 2009. To date, there are already 8 such contracts. I would like to note that 4 of them were concluded last year. As for the vectors of cooperation, they are very broad. First of all, these are academic mobility programs for students and for university staff. This is the "Visiting Professor" program; this is joint training of specialists, joint educational programs.
Irina Kiturko also noted that at the moment, Yanka Kupala State University is implementing joint educational programs for training specialists with higher education of the first stage with Tashkent State Law University in the specialty "International Law", as well as with Karshi State University in the specialty "Applied Mathematics". An agreement is being developed on joint educational programs for training specialists with higher education of the first stage with the Kokand State Pedagogical Institute named after Mukimiy in four specialties: "Applied Mathematics", "Bioecology", "Psychology" and "Fine Arts and Computer Graphics".

Promising areas of cooperation with Tashkent State University of Economics were discussed at Yanka Kupala State University

The meeting of representatives of the two universities took place online on April 26.

At the beginning of the event, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Yury Bialykh greeted colleagues from Uzbekistan and told about YKSUG in a presentation format. Then the main directions of international activities of Tashkent State University of Economics were presented by Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Dilshod Rakhmonov. The participants of the videoconference discussed the possibility of exchanging staff and students for undergoing study and internships, as well as for giving lectures as part of the «Visiting Professor» program. The exchange of students for training and participation in specialized summer schools was also discussed. The participants agreed to get acquainted with the curriculum in economic and tourism specialties in the near future to work out mutually beneficial areas of cooperation.

Following the results of further joint work, the representatives of both sides have planned to sign a cooperation agreement between Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Tashkent State University of Economics.

Reference Information: About 10 thousand students study at Tashkent State University of Economics at five faculties - economics, international tourism, corporate governance, accounting and audit, information systems in economics. Among the university employees there are 656 Professors, 10 Doctors of Science. Tashkent State University of Economics has more than 100 international agreements and actively cooperates with higher educational institutions from more than 30 countries of the world. It also conducts a joint double degree program with Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland.

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    Promising areas of cooperation with Tashkent State University of Economics were discussed at Yanka Kupala State University

    The meeting of representatives of the two universities took place online on April 26.

    At the beginning of the event, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno Yury Bialykh greeted colleagues from Uzbekistan and told about YKSUG in a presentation format. Then the main directions of international activities of Tashkent State University of Economics were presented by Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Dilshod Rakhmonov. The participants of the videoconference discussed the possibility of exchanging staff and students for undergoing study and internships, as well as for giving lectures as part of the «Visiting Professor» program. The exchange of students for training and participation in specialized summer schools was also discussed. The participants agreed to get acquainted with the curriculum in economic and tourism specialties in the near future to work out mutually beneficial areas of cooperation.

    Following the results of further joint work, the representatives of both sides have planned to sign a cooperation agreement between Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno and Tashkent State University of Economics.

    Reference Information: About 10 thousand students study at Tashkent State University of Economics at five faculties - economics, international tourism, corporate governance, accounting and audit, information systems in economics. Among the university employees there are 656 Professors, 10 Doctors of Science. Tashkent State University of Economics has more than 100 international agreements and actively cooperates with higher educational institutions from more than 30 countries of the world. It also conducts a joint double degree program with Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland.

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      Conducted tour to the Waste Recycling Plant of Grodno

      On 13 December, 2019 the local environmental initiative "URA Grodno!" together with the non-governmental association "Eco-Monitoring" organized an educational conducted tour of the Waste Recycling Plant of Grodno for young consumers to promote an environmentally friendly way of life (including the need for rational use of natural resources).

      Representatives of Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno donated personal protective equipment against viral infections to doctors of Grodno

      Medical masks, gowns, antiviral suits and caps were purchased and transferred to hospitals of Grodno as part of the environmental initiative "URA Grodno!"

      The environmental initiative "URA Grodno!" was launched

      The kick-off seminar of one of the winners of the eco-initiatives competition of the "Eco-Monitoring" project was held at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno.

      Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno held a summer methodological school of the environmental initiative "URA Grodno!"

      Summer methodological school "URA Grodno!" was held by Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno supported by the Education for Sustainable Development Association. The participants, teachers of various educational institutions of the country, gathered at the farm stay «Veres» in the Zelvensky district of the Grodno region in order to improve their environmental awareness.

      "URA Grodno!" is a local environmental initiative uniting thousands of people respecting nature

      The environmental initiative "URA Grodno!" cooperates with educational institutions, students and their parents, representatives of local government and authorities and forms the local community through the development of environmental educational programs and the involvement of children and adults in environmental monitoring and active care of the world around them.

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