On Campus

Extreme Sports Club Invites You Rafting in Karelia

Applications are open until 20 June for participation in the tourist trip along Karelia’s rivers, planned by the HSE’s Extreme Sports Club. The expedition is set for July 3-12. Even people who have never canoed before are welcome, as experienced instructors will explain everything you need to know, train you all, and — importantly — be right there alongside you.

April Issue of the HSE LooK

In April The HSE Look is devoted to  presentation of academic achievements. The editors cover the XVI April Conference  – presentations of plenary speakers and impressions of international participants. Keyong Hun Lee, Assistant Professor at the International College of Economics and Finance (ICEF), shares his research projects and experience of working with students at HSE. 

Discovering Moscow - helpful hints

If you are interested in discovering Moscow, we suggest several web-resources

How Will You Spend Spring and Summer?

How Will You Spend Spring and Summer?
HSE’s Extreme Sports student club offers students, teachers and employees at HSE, and their friends, the opportunity to take part in a series of spring and summer trips. Trips on offer include: hiking through Crimea and Abkhazia, climbing Europe’s tallest mountain – Mt. Elbrus, an expedition to the Sayan Mountains and a surf camp in Portugal.

'The Conference Is a Great Place for Meeting People and Exchanging Ideas'

As HSE’s XVI April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Developmentdraws to a close on April 10, international participants comment on their experience and share their impressions.

'It’s a Great Opportunity to Present Work and to Get Feedback'

The second day of the XVI April International Academic Conference was devoted to sections on various topical economic, political and sociological issues. Questions related to international trade, economic growth, poverty and prosperity, urban economics, social capital and mobility, political regimes were discussed.  The international participants of the conference have shared their impressions with HSE News Service.

The March Issue of HSE Look

The 20th issue of The HSE Look is dedicated to  the Faculty of Humanities launched at HSE in December 2014. The Dean,  Professor Alexey Rutkevich, discussed the new opportunities and challenges connected with the foundation of this large faculty. Vladimir Unkovski-Korica, an Assistant Professor at the School of History, presents his monograph 'The Economic Struggle for Power in Tito’s Yugoslavia: from World war II to Non-Alignment'. The 'Welcome Aboard' section features an interview with Nadia Moro, an Assistant Professor at the School of Philosophy, who began working at HSE in September 2014.

“There is no specific male or female way of thinking”

The HSE Look welcomes aboard Nadia Moro, Assistant Professor at the School of Philosophy. Empiricism, epistemology and realism in the nineteenth-century science and philosophy (Herbart, Lotze, Helmholtz, Stumpf, Wundt), and music theory are among her scientific interests.

The Faculty of Humanities: Liberal Arts United

The 20th issue of The HSE Look is devoted to the Faculty of Humanities, another big department formed in the course of the university-wide structural reorganization, launched at HSE in December 2014. We talked to the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Professor Alexey Rutkevich. He discussed the new opportunities and challenges connected with the foundation of this large faculty and the general situation concerning liberal arts education in Russia.

Oxford Professor Visits HSE in Saint Petersburg

At the invitation of the Laboratory of Sociology in Education and Science, renowned sociologist and statistician Tom Snijders is visiting HSE St. Petersburg on March 9-12. Dr. Snijders is a Professor at Oxford University (Great Britain), an emeritus fellow of Nuffield College, and a Professor at the University of Groningen (Netherlands).