IIPSN students took part in the Digital Stories competition

The Institute of History, Political and Social Sciences of PetrSU hosted the annual Digital Stories competition. The competition was organized by the Department of Foreign Languages ​​of Humanities and was held at the university from February 4 to March 3.

More than 135 1st – 4th year undergraduate students submitted their works to the competition under the guidance of I.E. Abramova, associate professor E.P. Shishmolina, senior teacher A.V. Ananyina, senior teacher O.V. Vikulina, senior teacher L.N. Yusupova.

Contest entries were presented in three main nominations: “Impression” (where the main criterion for assessing was the degree of emotional impact on the audience), “Analytics” (where, first of all, the depth of critical analysis of independently selected information was assessed) and “Result” (where a special attention was paid to the structure of the presentation, clarity and consistency of presentation).

In the nomination “Say” No! “To” drugs “, students presented motivational stories urging to treat their life and health reasonably, analyzed modern statistics. The winners in the first round were Alena Serkova (4th year, field of study “International Relations”), Dmitry Kostylev (1st year, direction of study “History of International Relations”), Zlata Kushil (1st year, direction of study “History of International Relations”), Alexandra Katkova , Daria Kargapolova, Natalya Surgucheva, Maxim Pigusov, Daniil Khlyamov, Elizaveta Heistonen (1 course, direction of study “History of Russia”), Polina Veselova (1 course, direction of study “Social work”), Ksenia Anischenko (1 course, direction of study “Sociology”).

The winners in the “No Corruption” nomination were: Kirill Puolokainen (1st year, study area “History of International Relations”), Valeria Belko (1st course, study area “History of Russia”), Victoria Honkanen (1st year, study area “History of International Relations “), Anastasia Denisova (1 course, direction of study” Political Science “), Ivan Pavlov (1 course, direction of study” Sociology “).

In the nomination “New pandemic of coronavirus: the world and me” the winners are: Timur Maltsev (1st year, study area “History of Russia”), Olga Ryutkenen (1st year, study area “History of International Relations”), Sofia Tripetskaya (1st year, study area “History of International Relations”), Alina Leboeva (2 course, direction of study “International Relations”), Anastasia Khodchenkova , (2 course, direction of study “International Relations”), Anastasia Kolmyk (1 course, direction of study “Social Work”), Irina Bogdanova (4th year, direction of study “International Relations”).

The winners in the nomination “We are for Peace, Against Violence and Terrorism” were: Natalya Petrakova (1st year, course of study “Sociology”), Rodion Davydov (1st course, direction of study “Political Science”).

The winners in the “Free Topic” nomination were: Yegor Vasiliev (1st year, course of study “History of Russia”), Angelica Starikova (2nd course, direction of study “Historical and Cultural Tourism”), Alexandra Kichigina (1st course, direction of study “Social Work” ), Anastasia Olenyuk (1st year, direction of study “Sociology”), Valeria Gorokhova (4th year, direction of study “International Relations”).

The competition takes place in several stages: within individual study groups and at the inter-institutional level. The works of the finalists will now be evaluated by the jury for the final summing up.

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