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Jun 25, 16:00

Linguistic Convergence Laboratory Seminar with Peter Arkadiev (Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies) on ‘Towards a typology of passive lability with special reference to Abaza

Jul 3 – Jul 4
BRICS Civil Forum

Applications for participation can be submitted until June 20, 2024 

Jul 15 – Jul 17

International conference 'Algebraic Topology and Applications'

Illustration for news: HSE University-St Petersburg Represents Russia at International Conference in Australia

HSE University-St Petersburg Represents Russia at International Conference in Australia

The delegation of HSE University-St Petersburg participated in the largest educational forum-exhibition of the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education 'APAIE 2024'. The 20th anniversary conference was held in the Australian city of Perth.

Illustration for news: Inverse Relationship Found between Propensity to Innovate and Academic Success

Inverse Relationship Found between Propensity to Innovate and Academic Success

Mariia Evdokimova and Anastasia Stepanova, employees of HSE University’s Faculty of Economic Sciences, studied the connection between students’ personal characteristics and their desire to create something new. The researchers have found that students’ propensity to innovate lowers their GPA. The results of the work were published in the preprint ‘Students’ Propensity to Innovate: Correlates, Determinants, and Impact on GPA.’

Illustration for news: Social Connections Help Women Achieve Academic Success

Social Connections Help Women Achieve Academic Success

Social integration has different effects on the academic achievement of women and men. Researchers from HSE University’s Institute of Education studied the connections between academic performance and social integration among 4,500 young Russians. It turned out that this connection is much stronger than it might seem at first glance, and that it is more important for women. The results of the work were published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.

Illustration for news: A University's Special Status Is Correlated with a Substantial Increase in Salaries for Graduates

A University's Special Status Is Correlated with a Substantial Increase in Salaries for Graduates

A university education is a highly sought-after commodity in Russia, yet the quality of universities and their programmes varies significantly. This gives rise to risks of inequality, both in the realm of education and in the labour market, and subsequently impacts the returns on higher education, which are manifested in the salaries earned by graduates. According to a study by Ilya Prakhov, Assistant Professor of the HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences, graduates from Russia’s top-tier universities enjoy a distinct advantage. The paper has been published in the International Journal of Educational Development.

Illustration for news: HSE University and Moscow Planetarium Sign Cooperation Agreement

HSE University and Moscow Planetarium Sign Cooperation Agreement

The parties will work to popularise science and conduct educational and research activities, including in the fields of astronomy, cosmonautics, and Earth science. The agreement also covers the implementation of joint practical programmes and internships for students.

Illustration for news: HSE University and Agency for Strategic Initiatives Sign Cooperation Agreement

HSE University and Agency for Strategic Initiatives Sign Cooperation Agreement

HSE University and the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) have agreed to cooperate in the development of new technologies, the digital transformation of the economy, and the social development of the country. The agreement was signed by HSE University Rector Nikita Anisimov and ASI Director General Svetlana Chupsheva at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Illustration for news: Basic, General, and Home-based: Why Families Choose to Homeschool and What Challenges They Face in Doing So

Basic, General, and Home-based: Why Families Choose to Homeschool and What Challenges They Face in Doing So

There are many reasons why families choose to homeschool their children, from wishing to personalise their education to protecting them from bullying to strengthening the family bond. Those who decide to switch to homeschooling can face quite a few challenges, both logistical and psychological, including criticism from family members. IQ.HSE presents a few facts on homeschooling in Russia based on a paper by researchers of the HSE Institute of Education.

Illustration for news: Card Index: Uberisation of Education

Card Index: Uberisation of Education

Education is in the process of being partly reformatted into an on-demand service, with digital platforms quickly and efficiently matching teachers to students. This can make education more personalised and accessible and open up new professional development and money-making opportunities for teachers. But is an Uber-like model really good for education? The following discussion of uberisation in education is based on a paper by philosopher Timur Khusyainov, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod.

Illustration for news: HSE University and Sberbank Sign Cooperation Agreement

HSE University and Sberbank Sign Cooperation Agreement

HSE University and Sberbank have entered into a cooperation agreement. The document was signed by Herman Gref, CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank, and HSE University Rector Nikita Anisimov. The agreement is aimed at the implementation of shared educational, research, career-guidance, awareness-raising, and informational projects.

Illustration for news: Shattering the Family’s ‘Glass Ceiling’: Why Young People Go to University

Shattering the Family’s ‘Glass Ceiling’: Why Young People Go to University

Attitudes towards education are often inherited, with parents explaining to their children what university education can give them. They offer very pragmatic arguments—that higher education ensures a more successful career, interesting work and a good income. But there are also other arguments that should not be underestimated. At this time when many universities are holding open house, IQ.HSE draws on a study by HSE scholars Tatiana Chirkina and Amina Guseynova to explain the attitudes towards education that parents give their children and which considerations they might have overlooked.