2020 has become a year of research for Yaroslava Mavlyutova, third-year law student at HSE in Nizhny Novgorod, including participation in five research competitions, prize-winning places and ambitious international tasks. HSE New Service talked to Yaroslava about research curiosity, bravery and mentorship – the three pillars of her desire to succeed.
The fall semester has begun for this year's new cohort of the Master's programme in Global Business at HSE – Nizhny Novgorod. The Programme's partnerships with European universities and international companies allow students to gain valuable experience working on international teams. This year, the Global Business Master's Programme enrolled students from Russia, Botswana, Cameroon, India, Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt, and Zimbabwe.
For the second module, all lecture courses at HSE University have been moved online
On September 13, 2020, the HSE University campus in Nizhny Novgorod turned 24 years. The grand opening of the campus back then was attended by Evgeny Yasin, Minister of Economy of the Russian Federation and HSE Academic Supervisor, and Boris Nemtsov, Governor of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast. This was the first HSE campus outside Moscow, and kickstarted the university’s spatial expansion.
Syrgak Erkinbek Uulu is the former head of Green HSE, a volunteer at the football World Cup, a graduate of the Republican Kyrgyz-Turkish Anatolian Lyceum for Talented Children, graduate of the HSE Faculty of Management, and master’s student at HSE University in Nizhny Novgorod. He spoke to us about moving abroad to study, what an international student can expect in Nizhny Novgorod, and the impact of HSE University on his life and interests.
‘I started learning Russian in Italy; I’ve lived in Moscow and St. Petersburg, but came to Nizhny Novgorod to learn Russian in "real" Russia and become an international journalist’: Alessandro Caglio, first-cohort graduate of the Master’s programme "Literature and Media", speaks about intercultural communications, hypertext novels, and the Russian winter.
‘The sorcerer, in the guise of a soaring bird, brushes against the concrete slabs with his wing’. This poetic line is the name of a joint crowdfunding project run by second-year students of the HSE Nizhny Novgorod Management Faculty and the street artist Anton Tabatchikov on the Grebnoy Channel embankment.
How to Teach Computers to Understand Emotions: a Student from Nizhny Novgorod Campus Won Third Season of IV HSE Research Battles
Marina Kaziulina, first-year student of the Bachelor’s Programme ‘Fundamental and Applied Linguistics’, is the winner of the third season of IV Research Battles with her research on machine learning conducted at the interface of psychology, linguistics, and data-science. Together with her colleague Alexander Babiy, Marina has designed an algorithm to identify emotions in texts based on thousands of online users’ messages.