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'Joint Background in Political Science and Anthropology Turned Out to Be Invaluably Useful in Studying the Region'

'Joint Background in Political Science and Anthropology Turned Out to Be Invaluably Useful in Studying the Region'
From April 26 to May 7, a team of professors and students from HSE University-St Petersburg conducted a field study in the Indian Himalayas. Below, Aleksei Sorbale, academic supervisor of the Bachelor's programme 'Political Science and World Politics', and Pavel Bazarov, a student of the Master's programme 'Global and Regional History', speak about their research and share their impressions of the expedition.

‘Comparative Politics of Eurasia’ Recommends: Books on Politics and Society in Central Asia

‘Comparative Politics of Eurasia’ Recommends: Books on Politics and Society in Central Asia
The Master's programme 'Comparative Politics of Eurasia' offers a wide range of courses on Central Asia. The programme has prepared a selection of books about this captivating region and its thrilling history. Check out the list and get inspiration for your future research!

Master’s in Computer Vision Students Defend Term Papers for First Time

Master’s in Computer Vision Students Defend Term Papers for First Time
Second-year students of the Master of Computer Vision programme have presented their projects in this cutting-edge field in AI. The committee included representatives of the programme’s partners from Huawei, YADRO and SBERLAB, as well as Valery Cherepennikov, IT advisor to the governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region.

‘I Want to See Studies Emanating from Africa Contributing Substantially to Cognitive Science’

‘I Want to See Studies Emanating from Africa Contributing Substantially to Cognitive Science’
Abdul-Raheem Mohammed from Ghana has recently defended a PhD dissertation in cognitive psychology at HSE University via remote procedure. Abdul-Raheem and his academic supervisor, Dmitry Lyusin, talked to the HSE News Service about their cooperation, the advantages and complications of remote PhD defence at HSE University, and the prospects of cognitive science in African countries.

How to Use Positive Psychology in Business and Life

How to Use Positive Psychology in Business and Life
On March 12, Master’s programme Psychology in Business held an open masterclass that focused on positive psychology and its place in business psychology. The speakers included Dr Lisa Matthewman, from University of Westminster and Andrey Evdokimov, the programme graduate and business psychologist.

‘Our Strength Is in Our Interdisciplinarity, Both Methodologically and Practically’

‘Our Strength Is in Our Interdisciplinarity, Both Methodologically and Practically’
What are the necessary digital competencies for students of humanities? Where can they apply their knowledge and skills? What projects in digital humanities are currently underway at HSE University Perm? Dinara Gagarina, HSE University-Perm scholar and the national representative of Digital Humanities Course Registry, answers these and other questions in her interview with the HSE Look.