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ZNU Team Wins Erasmus+ КА2 Capaсity Building in Higher Education Grant

2018-08-15 15:11:00

The project called “Journalism Education for Democracy in Ukraine: Developing Standards, Integrity and Professionalism" (DESTIN) has been selected for financing by EACEA for years 2018 – 2021. The consortium led by Bath-Spa University (UK) unites 20 partners (4 EU and 10 UA HEIs, several professional associations, the Ministry of Education and Scienct of Ukraine and Hromadske Radio) eager to improve the Journalism standards in Ukraine by adjusting Bachelor and Master curricula to EU requirements and making our graduates more competitive on international labour market.
The project would also pay attention to technical aspects of the study process by upgrading and improving Journalism laboratories equipment – cameras, computers, software etc. Another important aim of the project is raising media literacy awareness of Ukrainian society. The project budget is 798 470 euro in total.
ZNU project team includes Kateryna Sirinyok-Dolgaryova, Victor Kostyuk, Juri Kostyuk, Julia Lyubchenko, Pavlo Myroshnychenko and Olena Tupakhina.
Congratulations and good luck to our team!

New Paper Published by EUROPROC Team Member Victoria Meniailo in the Web of Science Journal “Advanced Education”

2018-08-14 09:04:00
Victoria Meniailo’s new paper entitled «Сurrent status analysis of research and innovation training of PhD in higher educational institutions» was published in the international scientific journal “Advanced Education”. The paper examines the challenges of curricular reforms aimed at updating Postgraduate study programmes of Ukrainian higher educational institutions in terms of specific innovative content and methodologies. By applying statistical methods to the data acquired from questioning first-year and second-year PhD students, the concept of PhD students’ training (comprising formal, content-based and methodological aspects) has been reconstructed from the point of view of its key beneficiaries.

The research results show that more than half of PhD students have taken part in research projects contests for students and young researchers; one third of PhD students have established contacts with colleagues from abroad. 22,9% of PhD students have participated in academic mobility programs, and only 16,9% have actually taken part in research, educational and social projects implementation.

As a result of the quantitative analysis, the author presents the rating of the most important modules, which should be included in the curriculum of Postgraduate studies (Foreign Language for Specific Purposes, Methodology of Scientific Research, Methods of Mathematical Statistics, Academic Writing and Academic Integrity, Critical Thinking Basics, Innovation basics, Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer, Project Activity Basics).

The paper also outlines the most effective, in students’ opinion, forms and methods of innovative research training in the process of Postgraduate Studies, including preparation of scientific publications to be submitted to international journals; workshop conducting, organisation of thematic meetings with successful scientists and entrepreneurs; on-the-job training in leading research centres; participation in interdisciplinary discussion workshops; participation in youth contests of innovative ideas and projects; participation in scientific research conferences and workshops; realisation of scientific research and social projects.

EUROPROC Results Published in Polish-Ukrainian Journal

2018-07-25 08:26:00
EUROPROC team member Victoria Meniailo has published her article entitled «Essence, structure and content of scientific-research and innovation activity at higher educational institutions of Ukraine, Russia and Republic of Belarus» in Polish-Ukrainian Journal «European Humanities Studies/ Europejskie Studia Humanistyczne».

The article presents an analysis of Ukrainian and foreign researchers’ approaches to and concepts of research and innovative activities of HEI in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, in order to define the contents and basic components of research and innovative activities of the HEI. It is demonstrated that project management is an important part of research and innovative activities at HEI; various contests held by national authorities, NGOs, international organizations etc. could serve as a functional tech transfer tool in the sphere of research, education, social activities or investments. Despite post-Soviet past, when the principles of science and research management in the post-Soviet countries differed a lot from those in the Western universities, those countries are now following Western European tendencies with regards to research and innovative activities development.

Summer School on Young Researchers’ Career Development at ZNU

2018-07-01 10:31:00

On July 22-24, first Young Researchers Career Development Summer School was held at ZNU. The idea of the school was born as a result of the first year of EUROPROC implementation. It was regarded as an opportunity to disseminate the results of the project among academic community all over Ukraine.

The school was attended by over 40 young researchers – Postdocs, PhD students, Master students from over 20 HEIs and educational and research institutions: Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv Borys Hrynchenko University, Kyiv National Ihor Sikorsky Technical University, National Aviation University, National Yaroslav the Wise Law University, Ukrainian Catholic University, National University “Lviv Polytechnics”, Odessa National Academy of Food Technologies, Institute of Cryobiology of the National Academy of Science, Zaporizhzhya State Medical University, Zaporizhzhya State Technical University, Melitopol Bohdan Hmelnitsky State Pedagogical University, Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University, Tavria State Agrotechnical University, Cherkasy National University, Zaporizhzhya secondary school N65.


Jean Monnet Europroc participant Victoria Meniailo studied project management facilities at the European university

2018-04-03 06:22:00
From February 26, 2018 to March 02, 2018, Jean Monnet EUROPROC team member and the Head of ZNU Science and Research Department Victoria Meniailo took part in a study visit of Ukrainian HEI representatives to Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic). The visit is a part of international project “Progressive University Management” implemented by the Association of Ukrainian HEI Rectors together with the American Councils for International Education, Czech Development Agency and Masaryk University.

The academic program of the visit hosted by the Faculty of Education comprised lectures devoted to accreditation procedures, academic quality assurance, ethics of publication and principles of academic honesty, innovative IT solutions for education and research, planning and implementation of the strategy of university development, student government issues, financial autonomy of HEIs and many other vitally important topics brought forth by Masaryk University’s most prominent specialists.


Jean Monnet Europroc course attendants generate innovative ideas for University development

2018-04-01 19:56:00
The second module of Jean Monnet EUROPROC course entitled “European Project Activities” taught by associate professor Victoria Meniailo has been successfully completed by the Masters of the Faculty of Biology. The students mastered basic skills of project work: how to identify the core problem, how to generate and to sort out ideas, what are the principles of SMART planning, what is logical framework matrix and how to develop project strategy. The format of interactive trainings proved to be very effective in terms of discussing ideas and sharing opinions.

Basics of European Project Culture: Generalized Student Profile

2018-03-01 09:01:00
For over a month, the Masters of the Faculty of Biology have been mastering the basics of European project culture under the guidance of Jean Monnet EUROPROC project team. The results of entrance questionnaire conducted before the course launch served as a valuable add-on to our group work experience when shaping out a general profile of a student of the course “Basics of European project culture”.

Basics of European Project Culture Course for Masters Launched at the Faculty of Bioligy

2018-02-25 08:37:00
The course “European Project Culture” developed under the framework of Jean Monnet EUROPROC project has been successfully integrated into the Master study programs of the Faculty of Biology. The first classes taught by Lesia Zhurakovska, associate professor of the Chair of World History and International Relations, were devoted to the project of European integration gradually evolving in post-WWII historical context. The students got an idea of the key stages of European Union creation and discussed possible scenarios of its further development, including expansion to the East, as well as core challenges currently faced by European community.


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