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HSE Staff Members Rewarded by Government of Moscow

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According to the decision of Sergey Sobyanin, Mayor of Moscow, fourteen HSE staff members were officially recognised by Moscow Government, with the awards being timed to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the university.

By the order of the Government of Moscow from October 6, 2017 No. 547-RP the following staff members were awarded certificates of honor for their contribution to the education of urban specialists and for many years of conscientious work:

Inna Devyatko, Professor at the Analysis of Social Institutions Department at the School of Sociology of the Faculty of Social Sciences 

Vadim Petrovskiy, Professor at the Department of Psychology of Personality at the School of Psychology of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Kirill Sorvin, Associate Professor at the Department of General Sociology of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Evgeniya Uspenskaya, Professor at the Department of German of the School of Foreign Languages

By the order of the Mayor of Moscow from October 6, 2017 No. 740-RM the following staff members received appreciation for their work in preparing highly qualified urban specialists:

Irina Bogdanovskaya, Professor at the Department of Theory of Law and Comparative Law of the Faculty of Law 

Andrey Kashanin, Deputy Director of the Institute of Legal Research

Oleg Leshukov, Research Fellow at the Institute of Education

Mikhail Lisyutkin, Research Fellow at the Institute of Education

Tatyana Timkova, Deputy Director of the Institute of Education

Danil Fedorovykh, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theoretical Economics of the Faculty of Economic Sciences

According to the decree of the Mayor of Moscow from October 6, 2017 No. 75-UM, Tatiana Kuznetsova, Director of the Centre for S&T, Innovation and Information Policy, was awarded the badge of distinction ‘For Faultless Service to the City of Moscow’ for many years of activity for the benefit of Moscow and its residents. Vladimir Samoylenko, HSE Vice Rector, was awarded the badge of distinction ‘For Faultless Service to the City of Moscow’ for his service.

Sergey Kosaretsky, Director of the Center of Social and Economic School Development, and Aleksey Maslov, Professor at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, were both awarded the title of ‘Honored Worker of Public Education of the City of Moscow’ for merits in pedagogical and educational activities and many years of conscientious work.

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