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April 23 at Ogarev Mordovia State University saw the beginning of the II international conference "Natural hazards: the interplay between science and practice". An important event of the first day of the conference was the opening of the innovative educational Centre for exploitation of outer-space data.


The ХVII International student festival of advertising hosted by Moscow University for the Humanities, was held on 15 – 17 April. Since 2008, students of Ogarev Mordovia State University, majoring in «Advertising» and «Advertising and public relations» degree programmes have begun to attend this event.

21st of March is a traditional holiday in Iran, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Yemen, some parts of India, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan etc. which celebrates the New Year and the coming of Spring. The celebration was held at N.P.Ogarev Mordovia State University on the premises of the newspaper «Voice of Mordovia University».


10-12 March, the head of International Relations Office, N.P. Ogarev Mordovia State University Natalia Sh. Vatolkina attended the workshop held at the University of Istanbul (Turkey) as an expert in the reform of higher education within the ERASMUS+ programme.
The workshop «Higher education, vocational education&training in the ERASMUS+ partner countries neighbouring the EU: partnership for socio-economic development" was attended by over 200 experts, representatives of the European Commission, the European Training Foundation, representatives of ministries and agencies from 27 countries of the world.

On February 25th N.P. Ogarev Mordovia State University held an international workshop "Organisation of inclusive education for students with special needs". Faculty of Foreign Languages and History and Sociology Institute presented a project on inclusive education, prepared jointly with international specialists. The visiting experts from Armenia and Ireland shared their experience of such projects in the neighboring countries and the EU countries.


On the 3rd of February, coordinators and participants of the TEMPUS international project «Entrepreneurs for tomorrow» attended N.P. Ogarev Mordovia State University. Apart from European partners the project draws on best practices from three Russian universities - Mordovia State University, Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Samara State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – in their attempt to set up a new Master programme for sustainable (P-P-P) entrepreneurship in the Volga Basin region.


January 19 the shooting team, headed by a well-known Russian TV journalist from TV channel «Russia 1» Sergey Brilyov attended Saransk to videotape material for the film about the Republic of Mordovia. TV project "Federation" initiated by Sergey Brilyov and Tatyana Remezova as a series of video plots about the Russia’s regions, their unique experience and achievements in economics, health care or social sphere will feature Mordovia this time.

In December, 18-19th international students of N. P. Ogarev Mordovia State University attended the IIIrd Intercollegiate Conference «Cross-cultural Communication in the Modern World», organized by Penza State University in cooperation with the Association of International Students from Penza oblast (Penza).

November 20 through December 4 Mordovia State University hosted the 3rd stage of the visiting International scientific expedition «Tradition and ritual culture of the Mordovian people». The agenda for the expedition was a joint initiative by the research laboratory of the Finno-Ugric Culture, Institute of National and Folk Culture of N.P.Ogarev Mordovia State University and the Department of Finno-Ugric Studies, Lorand Eötvös University (Budapest, Hungary).

JEP TEMPUS «Metamath», an smart abbreviation for Modern Educational Technologies for Math Curricula in Engineering, launched in March 2014, undertakes to improve the quality of teaching mathematics in engineering disciplines, using STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics instruments.


In the framework of the JEP TEMPUS "Enhancement of Russian creative education: new Master program in Digital Arts in line with EU standards [ENMDA] teaching staff from Ogarev Mordovia State University and Teesside University (Middlesbrough) are working to develop a curriculum and syllabi for dual degree programme. The purpose of the visit of Mordovian scholars to Teesside University was to coordinate the development of the above academic instruments. The Chair of Design and Advertising commissioned two its members Yulia Goryunova and Roman Piskunov. During the 10-day stay, they also studied the experience of teaching master programmes at Teesside University.

On 25 - 26 October Beijing (People's Republic of China) hosted the 14th international educational exhibition China Education Expo 2014 under the patronage of the Chinese Educational Association for International Exchange (CEAIE). The exhibition was attended by more than 300 universities from 46 countries. Mordovia State University joined the Russian delegation, which was composed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.


On 7 October N.P. Ogarev Mordovia State University opened the VIII international (XIX Nation-wide) conference on automated electric drive. The conference organisers are a National research university - Mordovia State University (Faculty of electronic engineering), Academy of electrotechnical Sciences of the Russian Federation, Association of electric drive engineers, National research university - Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.


On 2 October Mordovia State University and Institute of National and Folk Culture welcomed at home representatives of kindred nations - Finnish scholars Pekka Huttu-Hiltunen, Director of Runosong Academy (Kuhmo, Finland) and Maari Kallberg. Guests met the leadership of Mordovia State University - President of the University, Vice-Rectors, deputy heads of departments in charge of music and choral singing to discuss and sign an agreement on cooperation.
In his welcome speech, President of the University Nikolay P. Makarkin has emphasised the significance of the visit reminding to all in attendance that Finno-Ugric studies is one of the key strength of the University science and is one of the priority research fields ensuring the University’s world image.


Ogarev Mordovia State University have joined the group of Russian universities which provide instruction in English in certain academic courses. On 15 September Institute of Medicine announced the commencement of studies in the course on «General Medicine».
First 60 applicants from India and Iraq have challenged the University’s teaching staff who had developed this programme’s teaching materials in line with specific requirements. Curriculum and courses’ syllabi have been profoundly revised to provide learning opportunities that introduce, develop and reinforce academic and technical knowledge, skills and attitudes required for job acquisition, retention and advancement.

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