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Award for "Teaching Skills"

The award for "Teaching Skills" in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences (previously known as the Arts and Humanities Program) is awarded annually and based upon student voting. Each student may cast their vote for any professor who taught in the fall or spring semester of the academic year. Prize winners can receive the award again just four years after it was first given to them. Since 2010, voting has moved to the Internet thanks to the educational module Sakai@SPbU.

In 2004, the prize was awarded to Fedor Dvinyatin ("Literature" program)

In 2005, the prize  was awarded to Ivan Chechot ("Art and Architecture" program)

In 2006, the prize was awarded to Maria Godovannaya ("Film and Video" program)

In 2007, the prize was awarded to Daria Pushkina ("International Relations" program)

In 2008, the prize awarded to  Andrey Astvatsaturov ("Literature" program)

In 2009, the prize was shared by Denis Akhapkin ("Literature" program) and Zhamila Sadullayeva ("Film and Video" program)

In 2010, the prize was again awarded to Ivan Chechot ("Art and Architecture" program)

In 2011, the prize was shared by Nina Savchenkova ("Film and Video" and "Philosophy" programs) and Alexander Pogrebnyak ("Philosophy" program)

In 2012, the prize was again awarded to Aleksander Kozintsev («Sociology and Anthropology" program)

In 2013, the prize was again awarded to Marina Kalashnikova («Sociology and Anthropology" program)

In 2014, the prize was shared by Pavel Kononenko (Department of Problems of Interdisciplinary Synthesis in the Field of Social Sciences and Humanities) and Valery Timofeev (Department of Interdisciplinary Research in the Field of Languages and Literature)

In 2015, the prize was again awarded to Ivan Chechot (Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Practices in the Field of Arts)

In 2017, the prize was again awarded to Aleksander Pogrebnyak (Department of Problems of Interdisciplinary Synthesis in the Field of Social Sciences and Humanities)