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Council of Young Scientists

The Council of Young Scientists was formed to support and develop students’ research activities as well as to advocate young researchers’ and specialists’ needs across the University’s academic environment.

The Council of Young Scientists at the Faculty for liberal arts was formed in the fall of 2011 on the initiative of the students and faculty members. Its primary goal is to support and develop students’  research initiatives as well as to advocate  young researchers’ and specialists’ needs in the University Council of Young Researchers and across the whole academic environment. The Young Researchers Council initiates and organizes seminars and workshops aimed at fostering students’ interest and motivation  towards research work and keeping them updated on the University’s policy in this field.

Chairman of the Council of Young Scientists – Vladimir Orlov (Associate Professor, Ph.D. in Musicology).