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Tuesday, August 20

Summer School 'Culture of Totalitarian Society and Memory Studies Cases'

Deadline for application: April 30, 2019 

Illustration for news: 'It’s Nice Having a Diplomatic Passport, but it Comes with Responsibility'

'It’s Nice Having a Diplomatic Passport, but it Comes with Responsibility'

HSE alumna Polina Tonkikh is someone who was directly involve in one of the greatest moments in Russia’s history – the country’s accession to the World Trade Organisation. In the latest edition of Success Builder, Polina talks about what it’s like representing Russia at the WTO and how the country’s image has changed in the international arena.

‘Expect More of Yourself and of Your Country’

The Vice President of Education for Microsoft, Anthony Salcito, gave a lecture at the Higher School of Economics on ‘Career in the Era of Education Transformation and Digital Economy.’ Below, the HSE News Service provides highlights from his talk.

HSE Staff Members Rewarded by Government of Moscow

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.

Illustration for news: Stereoscopic Film on Pre-revolutionary Russia to Be Shown in Moscow

Stereoscopic Film on Pre-revolutionary Russia to Be Shown in Moscow

The HSE MIEM 3D Visualization and Computer Graphics Laboratory worked alongside the Sergei Chelnokov Foundation to create a slide film based on the stereoscopic photographs of Russian photographers working at the turn of the 20th century. A viewing of the film will take place on October 18th as part of the exhibition From the Belle Époque to Revolution – the History of Russia through sterophotography 1880–1917 in 3D.

HSE Legal Expert Maria Smirnova Begins Service with the UN

In early September 2017, Senior Researcher at the IOE Center for Education Law Maria Smirnova, PhD, began her term as an Associate Officer with the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights Administration. Maria’s role involves supporting the organization and holding of the 36th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, during September 11–29, 2017.     

HSE Staff Receive State Awards

Honorary awards and titles have been awarded to six HSE academic and administrative staff members.

Illustration for news: How to Do Charity Work by Selling Drinking Water

How to Do Charity Work by Selling Drinking Water

A project by ICEF student Evgeny Pasnyuk started out as a fairly unsuccessful attempt to collect money for charity, but now his water branded ‘Simple Good’ is available in shops, cafes, and food courts across Moscow. Evgeny is confident that social entrepreneurship in Russia is only starting to develop, and that it will get easier in time.

Illustration for news: 'You Should Enjoy Everything You Do, including Work'

'You Should Enjoy Everything You Do, including Work'

In 2010, a tourism cluster appeared in the North Caucasus that signified a new and prospective field for the Russian travel industry. Below, Northern Caucasus Resorts CEO Oleg Gorchev talks about why one might want to vacation in Chechnya, what his children think about his job, and what it was like to be part of the first class to graduate from the Higher School of Economics.

7.5 m³

of trash was collected by Green HSE volunteers and other environmental activists in the first two weeks of August along the bank of the Moscow Canal in Dubna and in the Moscow park Yauza. 

Illustration for news: HSE School of Cultural Studies Designs Khrushchyovka Museum

HSE School of Cultural Studies Designs Khrushchyovka Museum

The HSE School of Cultural Studies has designed a museum dedicated to the Soviet-era apartment complexes called Khrushchyovka buildings. The plans of the museum were presented at a meeting held by the Russian Ministry of Culture in Tsarskoye Selo. Under the guidance of cultural studies Associate Professor Irina Gluschenko, undergraduate and post-graduate students began working on the project long before the topic of citywide building renovation became part of public discussion in Moscow.