Meeting of the Academic Council of PetrSU (April)

Having heard and discussed the report of A.V. Voronin “On approval of programs for the strategic development of institutes”, the Academic Council of PetrSU noted the relevance of the issue of developing strategic development programs for the Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, the Institute of Economics and Law, the Institute of Foreign Languages, the Institute of Philology, the Physico-Technical Institute, Institute of Mathematics and Information Technology, Institute of History, Political and Social Sciences, Medical Institute for 2021-2025.
The institutes have developed development strategies taking into account the goals and objectives of the existing strategic programs for the development of the university, the tasks and priorities of the national projects “Education” and “Science” for 2021-2025, the strategy of scientific and technological development of the Russian Federation, federal programs and projects of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education Russian Federation, markets and technologies of the National Technology Initiative (NTI).

The programs carry out a serious analysis of the problems and challenges facing the institutes, based on the design-target approach, key projects and activities are proposed in 7 basic areas of activity: career guidance, educational, scientific and innovative activities, international activities, educational work, human resources, as well as development of infrastructure and material and technical base. The programs provide positive dynamics of indicators that are planned to be implemented within the framework of the Strategic Academic Leadership Program of PetrSU.

At the meeting of the Academic Council, Anatoly Viktorovich Voronin presented a certificate of associate professor in scientific specialty to Vasily Kuzmich Katarov, candidate of technical sciences of the Department of Technology and Organization of Construction of the Institute of Forest, Mining and Construction Sciences.


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