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Dennis-Kenji Kipker, a professor at the University of Bremen, visited RUDN University Law Institute
Dennis-Kenji Kipker, a professor at the University of Bremen, visited RUDN University Law Institute
Dennis-Kenji Kipker, a professor at the University of Bremen, Germany, told students of RUDN University Law Institute about German and European legislation in the field of IT security and information protection.

Dennis-Kenji Kipker, a professor at the University of Bremen, Germany, told students of RUDN University Law Institute about German and European legislation in the field of IT security and information protection.

During his stay as a visiting professor at the RUDN University Law Institute, Professor Dennis-Kenji Kipker laid the foundation for cooperation in research and training with the University of Bremen in the field of information security in IT security in Germany and other EU countries. Open lectures were held for students of different courses. Within the framework of the visit, issues of further development of inter-university relations in the area of student and teacher exchange were also discussed.

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The conference was attended by more than 100 participants from the United States, Russia, Egypt, Australia, India, Mexico, South Africa, Nepal. The main topics were dedicated to issues of diabetes and metabolic disorders, complications of diabetes, modern methods of prevention and treatment
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22 Oct
Congratulations for the First online Science Festival at RUDN University

RUDN participants and guests were welcomed by

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20 Jul
Corpus linguistics for teaching at an advanced level: professor Michael McCarthy spoke about the use of corpora in teaching

On April 25, an online seminar was held by Professor Michael McCarthy on the topic “Corpora and the Advanced Level: Bridges to Specialization”. The possibility of using corpora in teaching advanced-level students is already on the agenda.

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20 Jul
RUDN held the Student Research School 2020 at Foreign Languages Institute

On May 15 and 18, more than 100 undergraduate and graduate students of the Foreign Languages Institute participated in the new format of the Student Research School 2020. The things that rallied the participants included not only the remote format on Microsoft Teams platform, which had already become familiar, but also the presentation of the material in a simple, clear language. The speakers were the students themselves.

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