5 RUDN students become Potanin Scholarship holders
The in-person round of the competition was held in the format of business games and cases and revealed the winners:
- Timofey Mazurchuk – 1st-year Master student, Faculty of Economics
- Pamila Osipova – 2nd-year Master student, Institute of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology
- Radmila Pokrayats – 1st-year Master student, Law Institute
- Ekaterina Slutskaya– 1st -year Master student, Institute of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology
- Maria Tislenko - 1st -year Master student, Faculty of Economics.
“The competition surprised with its non-standard interactive tasks where we had to show leadership skills - erudition, teamwork, organization, creative approach to solving problems.” said Radmila Pokrayats, a student at the Law Institute.
Oksana Oracheva, Director General of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation, said that, in addition to excellent social skills, the participants have a high academic culture and interests in the advanced areas of education. In addition, all scholars showed a desire for positive changes around them, many of them already have experience in volunteering and designing, others noted that they wanted to start participating in public life.
According to the results of the extramural testing, 1,998 people entered the second round, and 500 Master students were declared winners.
The winners of the Scholarship Competition will receive a monthly stipend of the Vladimir Potanin Charitable Foundation in the amount of 20 thousand rubles a month from February 2019 until the end of their studies in the magistracy.
May 27, 2021, Evgeniy Kaspersky, founder of Kaspersky Lab and Oleg Yastrebov, Rector of RUDN University signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation in the field of science, technology and education.
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February 8, we returned to full-time education. Life began to boil again on the territory and in educational buildings. Some students smile, others are a little lost - they are not yet accustomed to the fact that now it is not possible to communicate through a monitor. But definitely everyone is happy to finally see fellow students and teachers live.