Answers to important questions
Students and staff can get vaccinated on working days from 9:00 to 18:00 in the medical office at HSE building on 11 Pokrovsky Boulevard
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, HSE University, as well as other universities around the world, has had to quickly transition to online learning. How have students and instructors adapted to distance learning? What are the challenges that the university has faced? How have assessment mechanisms changed? HSE administrators and instructors answer these questions for the HSE News Service.
Academic Parties, Online Lunches, and Buddies for Staff. How the HSE community is maintaining its team spirit and helping each other while working from home
Despite the regular Zoom meetings, emails, and online chats, a lack of face-to-face communication makes colleagues feel disconnected from each other. We’ve talked to some members of the HSE community about what they do to feel connected and support each other during these uneasy times.
The OECD Committee for Scientific and Technological Policy (STP) held its first meeting of the year in early April. HSE staff members Mikhail Gershman, Dirk Meissner and Elena Sabelnikova joined Ministry of Education and Science representatives as members of the Russian delegation to the event. Here, they explain which approaches participants discussed for combating the coronavirus and for preventing other global crises.
International Travel, Vacations, Reimbursement, and Working in Self-Isolation. Everything Employees Need to Know about HSE’s Precautionary Measures against the Spread of Coronavirus
On March 7, HSE University instituted a number of protective measures in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19. Among these measures is a ban on all international business trips for HSE employees and students until further notice. Below, the university administration provides answers to HSE community members’ most frequent questions about how to cancel their travel plans and work in self-isolation.
In accordance with Moscow Mayor Sobyanin's recent decree regarding travel and self-quarantine requirements, HSE University is introducing protective measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus. HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov signed the order on March 7.