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Jan 24, 17:00

ANR-Lab seminar 'Social Research in Times of Big Data'

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Jan 27, 18:00
'EU and the Arab World: Anxious Neighbors or Natural Partners?' Seminar of the HSE Bulgarian and Middle Eastern Clubs with Ruslan Trad
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Oct 2 – Oct 3

'Beyond Moscow. Rethinking the International and Transnational Dimensions of the Soviet Republics' Call for Papers. Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022

Deadline for proposal submission: January 31, 2022 

Illustration for news: ‘HSE Is Now a Significant Supplier of Talent for the Mail.ru Group’

‘HSE Is Now a Significant Supplier of Talent for the Mail.ru Group’

Despite the crisis in the labour market caused by the pandemic, the Mail.ru company has hired approximately 1,000 new employees over the past six months. HSE graduate Dmitry Smyslov, the Mail.ru Group Vice President for Personnel and Educational Projects, played a central role in that process. In this interview with Success Builder, Mr Smyslov explains why there are not enough mathematicians and economists among HR directors, how Mail.ru is blurring the line between fundamental science and the IT industry, which types of specialists are in demand right now and what exactly makes Russian companies good for careerists.

Illustration for news: Digital Transformation Requires Unconventional Solutions

Digital Transformation Requires Unconventional Solutions

Over the next ten years, Russia is expected to undertake a massive digitalization of its public services. The President has repeatedly talked about the need to actively implement artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analysis technologies. On January 11, the International Laboratory for Digital Transformation in Public Administration opened at the HSE Institute for Public Administration and Governance. Below, Laboratory Head Evgeny Styrin discusses what the implementation of digital resources means for citizens, how the government, society, and the business community are working together, and what some bad examples of digitalization are and how to fix them.

Illustration for news: ‘It Is Important for Me to Hear the News First; It Makes Me Happy’

‘It Is Important for Me to Hear the News First; It Makes Me Happy’

Light is a perfect medium according to Marshall McLuhan, who was the first to seek a deeper understanding of electronic communications. Modern media, however, have become the means not only for conveying facts but also for managing meanings — which is why the current agenda is shaped, to some extent, by the media. Dmitry Elovsky, Deputy Chief Editor at Dozhd TV and graduate of the Applied Politics programme at HSE, told Success Builder about the media’s strength as the so-called ‘fourth estate,’ how journalism is taught in the West, why working in Russian media is the province of the young and why the risk of ‘burnout’ is so great in this country.

Illustration for news: ‘HSE’s Unique Master’s Programme Has Opened up Career Opportunities for Me’

‘HSE’s Unique Master’s Programme Has Opened up Career Opportunities for Me’

The Master’s Programme Lawyer on the Global Financial Market began accepting students in 2018 and graduated its first class this year. Among them was Sberbank Chief Legal Advisor Irina Gridasova. In this interview with Success Builder, Ms Gridasova explains how to switch from political science to law without missing a beat, looks at gender stereotypes in the legal field and describes translating the clerical language of contracts into the language of living and breathing clients — a task all lawyers dread.

Illustration for news: ‘Education Is the Most Important Hiring Criterion for International Companies’

‘Education Is the Most Important Hiring Criterion for International Companies’

Foreign investment plays a huge role in determining how the Russian economy will recover after its long illness. The RDIF accompanies most of those transactions. But, as HSE graduate and RDIF Investment Department Vice President Mikhail Kireev explains, the organization also has a social mission, in particular, to develop medicines and vaccines. In this interview with Success Builder, Mr Kireev also explains why HSE graduates are sought after, how the RDIF chooses companies for investment, where you can get an international degree when borders are closed and what constitutes a global education.

Illustration for news: ‘People Cannot Accept That Threats Can Come from the Very Fact of Biological Evolution’

‘People Cannot Accept That Threats Can Come from the Very Fact of Biological Evolution’

HSE University’s Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology has held its traditional Christmas Film Seminar. This year it was dedicated to one of the most discussed films of the year — Steven Soderbergh's prophetic Contagion. A report from our news service explains how the 2011 Hollywood blockbuster managed to predict the events of 2020, which generation will be most affected by the pandemic, and why reality has become fiction.

Illustration for news: 'It’s Time to Stop Fearing Robots. We Live in a World That They Are Creating'

'It’s Time to Stop Fearing Robots. We Live in a World That They Are Creating'

Technology education is just one of the areas that the RAR and its head, Alisa Konyukhovskaya, are engaged in. Thanks to this association, we are gradually ceasing to anthropomorphize robotics and the West is learning more about Russian technologies and supporting the Russian market with investments. Here, Ms Konyukhovskaya tells Success Builder how a philosopher can find her calling in technology, who makes the rules for robots and why study at HSE to learn how to manage innovations.

Illustration for news: 'To Achieve Real Success in the Innovation Business, You Must Be Able to Wait'

'To Achieve Real Success in the Innovation Business, You Must Be Able to Wait'

The airspace is becoming increasingly accessible to humans, thanks in part to HSE University graduate Alexander Atamanov and his flying motorcycles and cars. A graduate of the HSE University Master’s Programme in Corporate Research, Development and Innovation Management, he is not only an inventor and engineer but also the successful director of several startups. In this interview with Success Builder, he explains how to save inventors from the patent bureaucracy, what the Moscow authorities think about unmanned flights over the capital and why inventors prefer to test their flying cars themselves.

Illustration for news: ‘In Order Not to Lose Out in the Global Market, We Need to Cultivate Our National Competitors’

‘In Order Not to Lose Out in the Global Market, We Need to Cultivate Our National Competitors’

Among the wide range of issues considered at the VII global conference on new educational technologies, EdCrunch On Demand, two topics were highlighted: the development of the education system during the pandemic and the further improvement of the competitiveness of Russian higher education. Conference participants concluded that the future of education lies in a combination of online and offline studies, that it is necessary to invest in different types of universities, and that universities will have to compete with start-ups and large corporations.

Illustration for news: Dmitry Abbakumov: Data from Online Educational Platforms Can Be Useful Both for Students and Teachers

Dmitry Abbakumov: Data from Online Educational Platforms Can Be Useful Both for Students and Teachers

On the one hand, the transition to online learning has brought new opportunities. On the other, it has raised several critical questions that are essential for evidence-based education. The pandemic has only made these issues all the more acute. The problems of online education were discussed at the recent eSTARS conference, which was organized by HSE University together with Coursera. Dmitry Abbakumov, Head of the HSE Centre for Computational Educational Sciences, shared his perspective on the matter.