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Scientists from Three Project 5-100 Universities Win Government Education Award

October 8, 2020

On October 5, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a resolution on giving annual government education awards 2020.

“The winners are 38 authors of study manuals, textbooks, teaching aids and reference literature,” the government website reported. Cash awards were given for works devoted to handicraft industry, labour protection, radio engineering, personnel training, individualisation and training programmes for compatriots.”

Following are the Education Award laureates from Project 5-100 universities:

1. I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University) representatives designed innovative programmes in the field of industrial pharmacy to train personnel for sustainable research and technological development of the pharmaceutical sector:

Natalia Pyatigorskaya, Dr. pharm. habil., Professor, Deputy Director for Research at Institute for Translational Medicine and Biotechnology, Biomedical Science and Technology Park

Zhanna Aladysheva, Ph.D in medicine, Assistant Professor

Andrey Svistunov,, Professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, First Vice-Rector

2. National Research Tomsk State University scientists created personalisation environment in secondary and supplementary education in the conditions of school-university online interaction to develop human capital in the region:

Viktor Demin, Ph.D. in physics/mathematics, Assistant Professor, First Vice-Rector

Yelena Sukhanova, Ph.D in pedagogical science, Assistant Professor, Vice-Rector

Olga Bogdanova, pedagogical science, Assistant Professor

Yulia Smetana, Dr.phil.habil., Professor

Artyom Feshenko, Senior Teacher 

3. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology researchers designed regional system for advanced training of schoolchildren in natural sciences and technology:

Anna Gabdurafikova, Director of Distance Learning School of Physics and Technology, a government-funded children’s supplementary education centre

Tatyana Pigolkina, Ph.D. in physics/mathematics, Assistant Professor, MIPT Advanced Mathematics Department

Viktor Chivilev, Ph.D. in physics/mathematics, Assistant Professor, General Physics Department

Sofia Kolesnikova, Senior Teacher, Advanced Mathematics Department

The list of winners is approved by the Inter-Departmental Council comprising representatives of the academic community and field-specific government bodies. The winners are entitled to two-million-ruble awards.

Congratulations to the winners!