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SUSU and University of Cuba Discuss Creation of a Geoinformation Observatory

Scientists from South Ural State University held a seminar on geoinformatics at the University of Guantanamo (Cuba). After this seminar the representatives Russia and Cuba will discuss the possibility of creating a geoinformation observatory.

 

“Creation of a geoinformation observatory will allow Cuba and Russia to continue collaboration in the field of geoinformatics,” reports Berenice Servantes, Director of the Russian-Iberoamerican International Center of RSSU. 

A New Treatment Method of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Syndrome is Discovered in Russia

In spite of high level of modern medicine development many problems of this sphere are not solved till the present. For example, post-traumatic stress disorder syndrome (PTSD) which is a consequence of experienced psychological injury after military actions, bodily injuries, industrial or natural catastrophes poorly responds to drug therapy. Though, scientists of South Ural State University found an alternative method of syndrome treatment.

Industry Leaders Are Interested in SUSU Innovations

An exhibit by South Ural State University presented innovative developments at he main space for leaders of the industry sector – INNOPROM exhibition.

In 2018, INNOPROM exhibition became the main market for industrial technology, equipment, and services for four days. This year, INNOPROM, the main theme of which was digital industry, significantly increased its professional audience. 107 countries took part in the exhibition as exhibitors, delegates, honored guests, and business representatives.

SUSU Students to Volunteer at SCO and BRICS Summits

The international summits for SCO and BRICS will be held in Chelyabinsk in 2020. South Ural State University will become the main location for volunteer training.

Deputy Head of the Extracurricular Activities Department Veronika Livonchik speaks to us about volunteer training and what benefits people can receive by working at the summits.

“Right now, we are preparing a number of international events in which students are actively participating. There are many who wish to join. I think that in the future, they will become volunteers in 2020.”

SUSU Students Have the Unique Chance to Obtain Education in European Universities

South Ural State University, which is in the Top 1000 among universities around the world according to the leading consulting company QS, is actively expanding its scientific connections and strengthening international partnership with universities of other countries. The university offers opportunities to students, researchers, and teachers to obtain quality academic and research training in major universities in Europe within academic mobility programs.

SUSU International Students Relax at Olimp

Olimp student sports and recreation camp welcomes guests from abroad. This summer, guests included both Russian and foreign students from SUSU.

“The Main Thing Is a Positive Attitude and a Clear Mind”: SUSU Graduate on Volunteering for the 2018 FIFA World Cup

The FIFA 2018 World Cup has wrapped up in Russia. A few thousand volunteers came to help hold this large-scale event. Among them were SUSU students. Zlata Ponomareva graduated from the Faculty of Journalism this year. Immediately after defending her final project, she set off for Saint Petersburg to work in the “Assisting the Work of the Media” category of volunteers.

— How were volunteers chosen? Was it easy to become part of such an important sporting event?

Future Court-appointed Managers Were Awarded Diplomas at the SUSU MBA Center

On July 13th at South Ural State University 11 graduates of professional re-training program on Anti-crisis Management and Training of Court-appointed Managers were awarded diplomas.

The SUSU’s program on training court-appointed managers is being fulfilled since 2000. Over that time more than 700 managers and specialists involved in this field have undergone re-training. On the relevance of this re-training program shares Director of the SUSU MBA Center Irina Dergaleva:

SUSU Researchers Discovered Where Traces of Illnesses of Ancient Men Are Preserved

Researchers from South Ural State University, as part of an international team of archaeologists and paleontologists, are studying illnesses, the traces of which were detected when analyzing DNA of people from the Bronze Age. They were able to establish that among the bones of ancient men, teeth most clearly show the picture of human diseases.

Paradoxical DNA Data

The World Has Finally Seen It - Russia Can Play Football: SUSU Experts on 2018 FIFA World Cup

The 2018 FIFA World Cup took place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018. The 64 matches were played in 12 venues across 11 host cities: Moscow, Kaliningrad, Saint-Petersburg, Volgograd, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi, and Yekaterinburg. The event has profoundly affected Russia’s social and cultural life and reached all countries and all nations in the world. More than 2 million people visited Russia to watch the World Cup. Experts of South Ural State University shared their views on the 2018 FIFA World Cup and its role for Russia.

First Session at the Olimp Camp Wraps Up

On July 12th, the first session at Olimp Sports and Recreation Camp, which brought together many active and talented students, completed.

Olimp Sports and Recreation Camp has accumulated many good traditions over the years of its existence. One of these is that students who come to the camp once, return to it again and again. The Deputy Head of the Extracurricular Activities Department and Head of Olimp SRC Veronika Livonchik speaks about how the first session went and who became pioneers of the summer season.

Applicants Learn about SUSU Laboratories at Foresight Sessions

Applicants are continuing to get to know South Ural State University at foresight sessions. Excursions to the laboratories, seminars, quests, and other events are held for future students for them to receive detailed information about the possible fields of study, so that they can make the right choice.

Damages from Fires will Decrease: SUSU Scientists Upgraded Fire Standpipe

Last year more than 100 thousand fires happened in Russia and thousands of people suffered as a result. It is possible to decrease a number of victims and a scale of financial damages if improve the process of fire fighting. SUSU scientists succeeded in it having improved the design of fire standpipe. Now the device will provide timely supply of water. 

Peculiarities of a New Device

“University Taught Me Most Important Things” –Head of the Department for Technologies and Research of ChelPipe on Studying at SUSU

Over the 75 years since its founding day, more than 250,000 students have graduated from South Ural State University, many of whom have obtained high positions in big organisations. Aleksandr Romantsov, having obtained a quality engineering education at SUSU, got employed at Chelyabinsk Pipe-Rolling Plant (ChelPipe). He speaks about what is important for students to know for their careers to be successful.

— Please tell us, why did you choose South Ural State University for enrollment?

SUSU Launches 6 Unique Master’s Programs for Economists and Managers

School of Economics and Management of South Ural State University responds to the demands of modern employers by opening new Master’s programs. Educational modules are developed jointly with the leading enterprises of our region and country, and meet the requirements of globalization and digitalization of the world community.

Today we live in a world where digital technologies and IoT have entered practically all fields of life activities. Specialists with new competences are not only in-demand, there is a need for them. 

Device for Rehabilitation of People with Leg Injuries is Developed at SUSU

Uniqueness of SUSU scientists’ development consists in the fact that this device unlike other analogous devices allows involving all the joints of lower limb. Patented know-how can be applied not only for rehabilitation after serious injuries or teaching children with infantile cerebral palsy to walk but also for optimization of sportsmen’ technique. 

How are Foreign Languages Taught at SUSU?

In today’s multicultural world, it is becoming the norm for everyone to speak English. English has become the lingua franca, an instrument for international education, and one of the means of obtaining knowledge. Director of the South Ural State University Institute of Linguistics and International Communications Elena Yaroslavova tells us about the know-how of English language training at one of the major universities in Russia.

Digital Production: SUSU Took Part in INNOPROM 2018 Exhibition

On July 9th in Ekaterinburg-EXPO an annual international industrial exhibition INNOPROM 2018 opened, in which South Ural State University is taking part.

INNOPROM exhibition unites the main industrial sectors in one space: industrial automation, metalworking, additive technologies, technologies for the power generation sector, mechanical engineering and production of components for the mechanical engineering sector.

Students from China Come in Chelyabinsk to Study the Peculiarities of Food Industry

Today the world leading higher educational establishments actively develop dual diploma programs. Such a form of studying gives students special possibilities which consist not only in studying foreign languages in authentic environment but also in the way to successful career.

Happy World Chocolate Day!

Today is the sweetest day of the year! World Chocolate Day is celebrated annually on July 11. Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, hot chocolate, chocolate cake… these decadent words are just music to our ears! We love everything about chocolate. Why do we love it so much, and is all chocolate the real chocolate?

Happy World Chocolate Day!

“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.”

How Can a Humanities Specialist Make a Career? SUSU’s Master’s Programs Open the World of Opportunities

In the new academic year the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities of South Ural State University offers the enrollees a number of interesting and in-demand Master’s programs.

A Bachelor’s diploma obtained after 4 years of study at the university is proof of a complete higher education. However, to be qualified for more prestigious vacancies or top managing positions a candidate should have a certificate of successful completion of a Master’s program.  

Innomobiles at the Start: A Car with No Steering Wheel and Working on Can-fuel Will Appear in Russia

In the nearest future there will be cars in our country which will have no steering wheel, will feature smart anti-theft systems and will work on new green fuels. Scientists from the leading Russian universities are currently working on these projects. Izvestiya have collected data on the most promising research studies aiming to make Russian transport better.

SUSU Institute of Law Master’s Program Under the Guidance of Experienced Mentors

The Master’s program in Criminal Procedure, Forensic Science and Forensic Enquiry is being offered at South Ural State University since 2009. The first graduation was held in 2011.

Advantages and Unique Features of the Master’s Program:

The academic program encompasses the legal disciplines which are in demand for working in law enforcement agencies: the Prosecutor’s Office, the Public Defender’s Office, the court system, investigation, and in forensic examination.

Disciplines Covered:

SUSU Student Creates Russian Analogue of a Voice Prosthesis

People who underwent larynx surgery face a necessity of a voice prosthesis implantation, but such artificial windpipes are only produced abroad. SUSU scientists are developing a Russian analogue of such an apparatus which will be several times cheaper than the imported products.

Import Substitution for Vocal Rehabilitation

“Rector’s Hour”: Aleksandr Shestakov Speaks to Applicants about the Advantages of Education at SUSU

At South Ural State University on Sunday, July 8th, a meeting was held with Rector Aleksandr Shestakov for applicants and their parents in which the head of SUSU answered the most important questions on applying to university in the 2018-2019 academic year and the prospects of education.

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