The Council of young scientists started its work at the Academy. The head of the Council is the young teacher, the Candidate of Biological Sciences Fanis Mavliev. The activity of the Council as well as the Students research society is focused on making the research work of the students and young scientists more active. ‘The participation in scientific conferences, seminars, contests, grants, preparing the publications of different level are one of the important elements of successful work of students and teachers,’ says Nailya Davletova, the head of scientific department. ‘The students’ research groups created within the departments last year, now have a chance to join. It will help students to get deep professional skills, develop logical thinking, creativity, public performance, speaking skills. Besides, these classes give some financial support in case of winning grants or getting some bonus or scholarship.’
‘Despite the young age of our Academy, we have some successes in the work of young scientists,’ said the pro-rector on science and international affairs, professor Firuza Zotova. ‘For example, Lubov Botova, won the trip to Lausanne (Switzerland) getting the first place in the All-Russian scientific session of young scientists and students of Russia ‘Olympic movement, the Olympic games: the history and modern times.’ The teacher of the Academy Artur Orlov, together with two students, has recently returned from Greece. They got the trip as a reward for winning the project ‘The Academy of Champions’. Your interest in research work will bring results. We are ready to help you in scientific search and filling in applications for participation in competitions and grants. Our aim is to create comfortable conditions for developing the personality of a student, including their scientific work.’
Working on the plan for the coming month Fanis Mavliev noted key events: meetings with the representatives of the city and republican Councils of young scientists, holding the regional tour of ‘The Olympic scientific session for students and post-graduates’ on October 30.