The Student Activist Group at HSE University in Perm has held the large-scale ‘SAWalk: Step into Art’ event. This time, the quest walk was dedicated to Perm art: painting, literature, cinema, theatre, and street art. More than 200 students and 40 teams took part in it.
The round table was held as part of the joint project of the HSE University in Perm and Sakhalin State University ‘Industrial Culture: Digital Solutions for the Research Ecosystem’ of the ‘Mirror Laboratories’ competition and brought together museum experts and university researchers from the Perm region, Sverdlovsk, Kemerovo, Chelyabinsk, Sakhalin regions and Yamalo -Nenets Autonomous district. The non-traditional format of the event allowed not only to discuss current issues of preserving industrial heritage, but also, within the framework of the workshop and strategic session, to identify new areas of cooperation between universities and museums.
Vladimir Makarenko, Fort Telecom Business Development Director, delivered an inspiring lecture at HSE University at the Perm Project Conference. HSE News Service talked to Vladimir about Fort Telecom work, changes in the market and student professional development.
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At the beginning of November, HSE University’s Cultural Centre hosted HSE Unity Fest, a large-scale festival organised by HSE University’s Chamber of Nationalities. The event was attended by 33 national clubs of the university, whose representatives told festival guests about the traditions of different nations.
HSE University is this year’s leading Russian university in 11 subjects in the Shanghai Ranking. In seven of these, the university is the only Russian higher education institution to appear. This year, the university was ranked among the top universities for Communications for the first time and returned to the ranking for Sociology.
The strategic session ‘Development of Cardiodiagnostic Products: From Sequencing to Medical Practice’ was recently held at HSE University. The event focused on identifying the market requirements for technology and products developed in the field of genetic testing for cardiovascular diseases.
The work by Sofia Fedotova, 4th-year student of the Bachelor's track 'Communication Design', has made it to the final of the MAX3MIN 'very short' film festival in Italy.