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Yaroslav Kuzminov, Rector of the Higher School of Economics, has recently met Vladimir Putin to report the results of Project 5−100. As a representative of the Global Universities association, he also brought up the proposition to prolong the project until 2025.
ITMO's Academic Board recently had a meeting focused on the results of the research activities' development in 2016 and the university's plans for future. Vladimir Nikiforov, Vice Rector for Research, gave examples of successful R&D works, disclosed the results of the university's progress and set new tasks before his colleagues. Elena Egorshina, Head of Marketing Department, told of the work of the recently opened Office for Project Management of the National Technology Initiative.
Awards, medals, rankings, competitions, and lots of new beginnings at ITMO University in 2016. What a fantastic year! Turning challenges into opportunities? Bring it on! Here are some of the highlights. This year, ITMO University became one of the leaders of Project 5−100, launched its very own science communication program, received a UNESCO medal, a QS-Apple award, and the title of "Rising Star" by Nature Index and much much more. Let’s see how it all played out season by season.
Yesterday, 19 October, the meeting of the rectors of the Universities participating in Project 5−100, also members of the Association of "Global Universities", was held where the heads of leading universities, together with Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets and Minister of Education and Science Olga Vasilyeva summed up the interim results of Project 5−100. This year, 2016, marks the midpoint of Project 5−100, the program aimed at increasing the competitiveness of universities among leading research and educational centers which has already been running for three years.
Last week, the results for Times Higher Education ranking came in — several Russian universities, including three participants of the Project 5−100: ITMO University, Higher School of Economics and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology got into the top-100. ITMO, having got into the ranking for the first time, took 56th position in the top-100.