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New Responsibilities of HSE Vice Rectors

© Daniil Prokofyev/ HSE University

In the new academic year, there have been a few changes in the responsibilities of HSE University Vice Rectors.

Irina Karelina, HSE University Vice President
Irina Karelina, HSE University Vice President
Photo: Alexander Tivanov

Irina Karelina took the position of HSE University Vice President. She will supervise advanced research projects and expert activities in strategic planning for higher education in order to find solutions to the current challenges facing the national economy, as well as develop and promote strategic academic cooperation between HSE University and its partners.

She will also be responsible for coordinating the activities of the Creative Analysis Centre, the Centre for Strategic Academic Partnership and the Centre for International Competitiveness of Higher Education under the HSE Institute of Education.

Valery Katkalo, Director of the Graduate School of Business
Valery Katkalo, Director of the Graduate School of Business
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Valery Katkalo takes the position of Director of the Graduate School of Business, and will continue to coordinate the management and development of the HSE Graduate School of Business as an internationally recognised business school under the HSE Development Programme up to 2030.

Vadim Radaev, HSE University First Vice Rector
Vadim Radaev, HSE University First Vice Rector
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First Vice Rector Vadim Radaev will coordinate the development of HSE University’s continuing education programmes.

Elena Odoevskaya, HSE University Vice Rector
Elena Odoevskaya, HSE University Vice Rector
Photo: Alexander Tivanov

In addition to digital transformation projects, Vice Rector Elena Odoevskaya will supervise the implementation of the HSE Development Programme, the Priority 2030 programme, and other documents regulating the university’s strategic development. These include the university’s analytical activity, as well as the activities of the Strategic Development Department and the Analytical Centre.

September 16