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HSE’s Twelve

Recently an International Advisory Committee was formed at the HSE. Its next meeting will take place on May 22nd. Isak Froumin, acting Vice Rector of the HSE, told us about the Committee’s tasks, members and principles of its work.

SURFing on the Waves of Russian-American Relations

In April a group of HSE students participated in the Stanford US-Russia Forum which took place at Stanford University. Igor Tomashov, 1st-year master’s student of the HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, talked to us about the event.

‘Participants Didn’t Expect an Instant Return on the Seminar’

Between May 3rd –7th the Ronald Coase Institute (USA) Seminar on Institutional Economics took place at the HSE. The seminar is traditionally held in key national research universities around the world. In this, the tenth anniversary year of these seminars, the HSE became a co-organizer and Maria Yudkevich, HSE Director for Academic Development and one of the seminar experts, told us about the event.

‘We are Going to the Edge of the Inhabited World’

From August 8th –20th the Fourth International Summer School will take place in Lapland. The organizer of the School, Sergey Medvedev, Deputy Dean of the HSE Faculty of Applied Political Science, told us about the programme and aims of the School this year.

Higher School of Economics Endorses IEEE Computer Society's SWEBOK and CSDA Programs

The Higher School of Economics has become the latest educational institution to endorse the IEEE Computer Society's Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK) and the Certified Software Development Associate (CSDA) credential.

‘We Do Not Limit Ourselves to a Narrow Circle of Well-Known Universities’

The HSE International College of Economics and Finance is preparing for its fourth enrolment of students in the master’s programme in Financial Economics. Maxim Nikitin, Academic Supervisor of the Programme and Professor in Ordinary at the HSE, told us about the course.

Energy Saving: Forecasts and Research

Recently the U.S. Russia Foundation for Economic Advancement and the Rule of Law (USRF) awarded a grant to the Higher School of Economics and the University of North Carolina for a joint research project. Oleg Karasev, Deputy Director of the HSE Foresight Center, told us about this project.

‘The Higher School of Economics is blessed to have very talented students’

We spoke to Joshua Hawley, Ed.D, Professor at the Ohio University, USA, who came to the Higher School of Economics to conduct longitude research and deliver a course on Educational Policy at the HSE Faculty of Public Administration.

‘Internationalization of Education is Becoming a Real University Practice’

A survey conducted through the HSE website as part of the second stage of the OECD research project entitled ‘Institutional Management in Higher Education’has been completed and the results published . Tatiana Meshkova, Assistant Rector of the HSE, told us about the project’s goals and the initial results.

Does Culture Matter for Development?

On April 15th a round-table discussion entitled ‘Does Culture Matter for Development?' took place at the Higher School of Economics. Chandran Kukathas, Professor at the London School of Economics, opened the discussion with his report. You can watch a video of the event here.