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‘Humans Are No Longer at the Top of the Hierarchy’

‘Humans Are No Longer at the Top of the Hierarchy’
In June, the HSE ART GALLERY opened the final exhibition under the general curatorial theme ‘In a Land Faraway’. The exhibition displays the best works by students, graduates, and lecturers of the HSE Art and Design School created over the past year. Thousands of artists applied to participate in the exhibition.

HSE University Ranks Second Among Russian Economics Universities by Graduate Pay

HSE University Ranks Second Among Russian Economics Universities by Graduate Pay
The SuperJob jobhunting and recruitment service has published its 2022 ranking of Russian universities by salary. The results are based on a sample of early-career professionals from the 2016–2021 graduating classes and who are now working in economics and finance. HSE University took second place.

‘I Dream that Universities Will Have Accredited Programmes in Disability Research’

‘I Dream that Universities Will Have Accredited Programmes in Disability Research’
Art historian and cultural scientist Alexander Salenkov graduated from the HSE University School of Cultural Studies with a Master’s in Visual Culture in 2018. In September, he will be returning to the school as a lecturer. Alexander spoke to the HSE University’s Age-Mates project about inclusion and the importance of making sure that people with disabilities are heard.

‘Play Is an Essential Part of Life’

‘Play Is an Essential Part of Life’
Katya Melnikhova, a graduate of the HSE master’s programme in Psychology, is convinced that it is necessary to create an educational environment for children in which everyone can succeed. She and her husband head the Kavardak art residence programme that is based on the principle of democratic education. What does this mean? How does a background in psychology translate to coaching? How to raise a person to be happy? In an interview with Success Builder, Ms Melnikhova spoke about this and more.

‘I Wish There Were No Gap between the Academic World and Industry’

‘I Wish There Were No Gap between the Academic World and Industry’
Alexey Masyutin is Russia’s first research doctorate in computer science, having earned his PhD in Computer Science from HSE University in 2018. He currently heads the HSE AI Centre and oversees the joint master’s programme between HSE University and Sber. In this interview with Age-Mates, he described when HSE University first came into his life and how it is helping him to make his dreams come true.

‘Very Little Money Can Solve Very Big Problems’

Mariam Margaryan
Mariam Margaryan, a graduate of the HSE University Economics and Statistics programme, HSE University lecturer, and the Fundraising Director of the Friends Foundation, says that she got into philanthropy by accident. As a student of the HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences, she planned to forge a career in a large consulting company. She spoke of her path to NGOs, her favourite social projects and her work at the University in an interview with the HSE University Project-Based Learning Laboratory of Economic Journalism.

'I Love Taking Risks and Am not Afraid of Change'

'I Love Taking Risks and Am not Afraid of Change'
Georgy Pashchenko, a graduate of the HSE School of Finance, was not afraid to leave his career in a large company and move to the EdTech startup Kodland that HSE ICEF graduates had founded. In 2022, Kodland raised $9 million in investment from a group of funds, including Baring Vostok, as reported by Forbes. In this interview with Success Builder, Mr Pashchenko shared how his HSE studies helped him solve real-world challenges at work and why EdTech is an extremely promising field.

'People Will Never Find a Substitute for Personal Communication'

'People Will Never Find a Substitute for Personal Communication'
Moscow hosts 75% of the country’s exhibitions and ICEF graduate and Exponic company head Ivan Nikolsky is certain that if not for the pandemic, the profits from this sector would attract a growing number of entrepreneurs. In this interview with Success Builder, he explained what a family business is, the challenges that small businesses in Russia face and how to boldly leverage networking connections with government ministers for maximum benefit.

‘Over the Past Four Years, the Students Matured into Full-fledged Artists’

‘Over the Past Four Years, the Students Matured into Full-fledged Artists’
Eight graduates of the 2021 Bachelor's programme in Design and Contemporary Art at the HSE Art and Design School presented their projects at the Diploma21 exhibition, which recently opened at the HSE ART GALLERY. Each installation is the culmination of a whole year of work by the artists, who reflect on different themes, explore, criticise, and construct a specific language of communication.

'Earning My PhD at HSE University, I Realise that No Foreign PhD Programme Would Have Given Me So Much'

'Earning My PhD at HSE University, I Realise that No Foreign PhD Programme Would Have Given Me So Much'
The new instalment of Age-Mates features Vardan Arutyunyan, junior researcher at the Center for Language and Brain and an HSE PhD student. In this interview, he explains how he came to work at the Center, why he chose to study brain mechanisms of speech impairment in children with autism and what he is striving to achieve in this field.