The Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service hosted an open All-Russian competition for the best final qualifying work of bachelors and masters in the "Tourism" and "Hotel business" areas of training. Graduates of more than 40 Russian universities took part in this competition. The priority criterion of the competitive selection was the presence in the works of scientifically grounded developments and recommendations that can be used in the activities of state and local authorities, enterprises and institutions of the relevant industries.
Graduate of 2020 Victoria Alyabyeva submitted for the competition her final qualifying work on the topic "The main forms and trends in the development of ecological tourism in the Amur Region." Associate professor of the Department of State and Municipal Administration Lyudmila Evgrafova acted as her scientific supervisor.
The final qualifying work was highly appreciated by the authoritative jury of the open interuniversity competition and took the honorable II place in the nomination "Development of certain types of tourism".
Postgraduate student of the Accounting Department Anastasia Romanova won the All-Russian educational competition of professional skills "Sharing experience" in the nomination "Professional Education". According to the results of the expert assessment, the research work was recognized as the best, and its author A.A. Romanova was awarded a 1st degree diploma.
According to the results of the International Scientific Conference of Students, Postgraduates and Young Scientists "Knowledge of the Youth for the Veterinary Medicine and Agroindustrial Complex Development", the applicant for the Department of Private Animal Science Alexandra Tyutyunnikova took the 1st place. The online conference was attended by 115 participants from different universities in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The scientific work of Alexandra Tyutyunnikova was recognized as the best in the section "Zootechnical Sciences". It should be noted that A.V. Tyutyunnikova is a leading engineer of the Department of Animal Breeding, Genetics and Biotechnolony of the Russian State Agrarian University of Agriculture named after K.A. Timiryazev.
A separate diploma was awarded to Associate Professor of the Specific Animal Science Department of the RSAU-MTAA, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Lyubov Yushkova.
Anna Tikhonova, Associate Professor of the Statistics and Cybernetics Department became one of the winners of the 2021 competition for the right to receivepresidential grants which are issued for state support of young Russian scientists. The co-executor of the work is Anna Vasilchenko, a master's student, studying "Economics and Management" track.
More than 250 teachers and teachers of educational institutions of various levels of education, educators of preschool educational institutions, postgraduates and students at colleges and universities took part in the All-Russian competition for research and design works.
The Timiryazev Academy was represented by Artem Petrov, a student of the Humanities and Pedagogical Faculty, studying on the "Professional training" track.
The jury of the competition appreciated the methodological development of our student and awarded him a Diploma for the II place.