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University ‘at Home’

ILLUSTRATION: ICONS8 VECTOR CREATOR
Since March 17, 2020, HSE students and staff have been working and studying remotely. To survive this period with the least losses, and even with some gains, the HSE staff offers several recommendations for organising online delivery of knowledge.

The HSE Look April issue

The HSE Look April issue
The second issue of 2020 presents two interviews on history and innovation and our advice on working remotely.

University-Wide Project Group Competition Kicks Off at HSE

University-Wide Project Group Competition Kicks Off at HSE
The deadline for applications is June 1

Life, Teaching, and Scholarship in Quarantine

Life, Teaching, and Scholarship in Quarantine
Arnab Roy Chowdhury, Assistant Professor at the School of Sociology, reflects on changes in life and teaching due to lockdown.

Learning by Doing: Exploring New Online Tools

Learning by Doing: Exploring New Online Tools
Dr. Tim Jäkel, Assistant Professor at the School of Politics and Governance, shares his experience of transitioning to remote work.

Shedding Light on Mysteries of the Past

Michele Minardi
Michele Minardi, from Italy, holds a PhD in Archaeology from Sydney University and has spent a number of years in investigating Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan. He has recently joined the team of Centre of Classical and Oriental Archaeology of the Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies as a Research Fellow. We spoke with Michele about his projects, teaching methods and expedition plans.

The HSE Look January issue

The HSE Look January issue
Begin the new year with the second part of interview about HSE's strategy, learn about our postdocs' research, and get inspired to explore Moscow in winter!

'I Am Working at the Intersection of Economics and Education'

Bernardo Pincheira is a Research Fellow at the International Research Laboratory for Institutional Analysis of Economic Reforms, Center for Institutional Studies. Having graduated from the University of Nottingham with a PhD in Economics, Dr. Pincheira shared his interest in Economics of Education and peer effects in the classroom.

‘I Am Sure That These Events Will Make Next Year More Fun!’

Natsuki Kobayashi (Japan), exchange student from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
The New Year is a time for making plans and adopting new resolutions. We have talked to HSE students and staff members about the events they are most looking forward to in the coming year, 2020, and about their wishes and hopes for the new year.

‘The Sense of Doing Something New Appeals to Me’

Irina Arzhantseva and Heirich Härke at the International Congress in St. Petersburg
Professor Heinrich Haerke, a renowned archaeology expert, has been cooperating with HSE University researchers for a long time. This year he has joined HSE as a Professor at the recently formed Centre for Classical and Oriental Archaeology. He has talked to HSE News Service about his research interests, field projects, and teaching archaeology.