Her Royal Highness Princess Anne and her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, met with NArFU Rector Elena Kudryashova and attended the exhibition devoted to the university’s key activities.
The ambassadors of the Great Britain and Australia have congratulated Arkhangelsk upon the 75th anniversary of the arrival of convoy Dervish.
Honored guests visited NARFU on 30 August and took part in the opening ceremony of the VI international forum «To the Glory of the Russian Fleet and Homeland».
Veterans of the Great Patriotic war, government officials, academics, official diplomatic delegations from the USA, Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand, Australia, Poland, France, Iceland and Netherlands took part in today’s grand opening of the VI International forum “To the glory of Fleet and Homeland” and international research-to-practice conference “Lend-lease and arctic convoys: from regional cooperation to the global coalition”.
In frames of the celebration which marks the 75th anniversary since the arrival of the first union convoy to the port of Arkhangelsk under the title of Dervish Princess Anne and her delegation visited the Northern Artic Federal University on 31 August.
In late August, Arkhangelsk is to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the arrival in its port, on 31 August 1941, of the first allied convoy Dervish with military cargoes for the Soviet Army to fight the Nazi Germany. Professor at NArFU Department of General History Andrey Repnevsky is convinced that the cooperation maintained by the West and the USSR during World War II can be re-ignited.
The Higher School of Life Sciences and Technology has hosted the international school “High-Latitude Ecosystem Biodiversity: threats and protection techniques”, participated by biology students from Poland.
Head of International Law and Comparative Legal Studies Department Ivan Saveliev and researcher with the Arctic Centre for Strategic Research Sergey Zviagin have joined the expedition “Around Svalbard - 2016. Artistic Exploration of the Arctic”, an event lasting from July 14 to August 26.
On 25 June – 5 August 2016 NArFU students take part in the Master course “A Changing Arctic” offered within the joint project between the University of Oslo and Northern (Arctic) Federal University “AwaRE: Arctic Research and Education” (SIU High North Programme). The course is organized on the premises of the University of Oslo as part of the 70th International Summer School.
Today we took the opportunity to meet a guest of our university, Libor Lněnička, a representative of Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. In addition to discussing his visit, we were pleased to ask our guest about the city of Brno and to discover that Arkhangelsk is not the first Russian city Libor has been to.
Professor Andre Govaert: NArFU did a good job developing its master’s programs. Expert of TEMPUS ALIGN European project team Andre Hovaert (Belgium) gave positive feedback about the level of preparedness for international accreditation achieved by NArFU’s two master’s programs.
The contest of students' project ideas Exploring the Arctic has entered its home stretch at M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University, having announced its winners as part of the All-Russian Research to Practice Conference “The Arctic as a National Mega-Project: staffing and research support solutions”.
Today, the research vessel Professor Molchanov hosted a press conference timed with the startf of the expedition titled “The Arctic Floating University-2016: unveiling the mysteries of the Novaya Zemlya”. Among the interviewees were RF Deputy Minister of Education Alexander Klimov; Rector of M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University Elena Kudryashova; expedition leader Konstantin Zaikov; Deputy Director of the Northern Administration for Hydrometeorological and Environmental Monitoring Alexander Driker; and Acting Director of the Russian Arctic National Park Alexander Kirilov.
On 23-27 May Northern (Arctic) Federal University (NArFU) delegation comprised of Natalia Chicherina, Rector’s Adviser on Education, Svetlana Strelkova, Director, Institute of Philology and Cross-Cultural Communication, Elena Ivanova, Head of Education Modernization Office and Olga Nizhevich, Director, International Academic Mobility Centre, participated in quality assurance training in Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Dún Laoghaire, Ireland.
— What is your educational background? — My first degree was in physics from St. Louis University which is a Jesuit college. After my Bachelor’s diploma I spent one year as a Fulbright scholar in France studying nuclear engineering. And after my return to the States I went to the University of Wisconsin where I got my Master’s and my PhD in nuclear engineering.
M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University has recently been visited by Consul General of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Saint-Petersburg Keith Allan. In his meeting with Rector Elena Kudryashova, Mr.Allan discussed participation of the British delegation in the international research-to-practice conference.
Professor Phillip Sanger of Purdue University (USA) has concluded his series of lectures in project management at NArFU Higher School of Economics and Management. The subject was taught in three sessions — for teachers, students and the industry.