Winners of the Golden HSE Announced
On December 23 the winners of the Golden HSE Awards were announced. The jury selected the winners in each of the main categories: Achievement in research, Contribution to the development of HSE, For kindness and personal involvement, Achievement in teaching and Alumni success in academic activity. Winners of the Silver Nestling were also announced during the ceremony.
Here are the winners:
Alumni success in academic activity — Svetlana Bryzgalova, ICEF Graduate
For kindness and personal involvement — Irina Filimonova, Head of the Department for Regional Cooperation
Winners of the award in the category ‘Silver Nestling’:
Olga Gerasimova, Bachelor's programme in Applied Mathematics and Information Science, 4th year
Natalia Gross, Master’s programme in Marketing Technologies (Saint Petersburg), 1st year
Rodion Deev, Bachelor's programme in Mathematics, 4th year
Viktor Dmitriev, Bachelor's programme in Business Informatics, 3rd year
Alexey Ivanchenkov, Bachelor's programme in Sociology, 2nd year
Sergey Kirienko, Bachelor's programme in Cultural Studies, 4th year
Artem Klemeshov, Bachelor'sprogramme in Politics (Perm), 4th year
Nadezhda Kotova, HSE/NES Programme in Economics, 4th year
Tatiana Krasilnikova, Bachelor's programme in Philology (Nizhny Novgorod), 2nd year
Pavel Mazhurin, Master’s programme ‘Corporate Lawyer’, 1st year
Elmira Mustakimova, Bachelor's programme ‘Fundamental and Computational Linguistics’, 4th year
Oksana Radzinskaya, Master’s programme in Management (Nizhny Novgorod), 1st year
Ilya Stepanov, Master’s programme in World Economy, 2nd year
Alexey Uzhegov, Master’s programme in Applied Economics, 1st year
Anastasia Fedorova, Master’s programme in Business Psychology, 2nd year
Arslan Khasavov, Master’s programme in Media Management, 2nd year
Eduard Epshtein, Bachelor's programme in History, 4th year
Alexander Yugov, Master’s programme in System and Software Engineering, 2nd year
Roman Yuneman, Bachelor's programme in International Affairs, 3rd year
Vladimir Yagovtsev, Bachelor's programme in Electronics and Nanoelectronics, 4th year
The winners are 16 staff members in seven ‘golden’ categories and 21 students in the ‘Silver Nestling’ category. The winners of the ‘Golden Reference’, which is awarded to the most cited HSE scholar, have also been announced. The awards ceremony was held on November 27, on the HSE's birthday.
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