(English) Meeting with the descendant of prominent psychologist Anna Ivanovna Kagalniak

15 September 2017

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Anna Ivanovna Kagalniak is an outstanding psychologist with a Ph.D. degree. This is a person with a capital letter, who worked for some time at our university and made a great contribution to the development of both the Faculty of Social and Psychological Education, and psychological science as a whole. It is on our faculty that there is an audience dedicated to her name. But that’s not all. Also, the faculty annually grants the most talented student students an Anna Kagalniak scholarship.

And now, on September 13, 2017, at 4:20 pm in our 401 audience, our students had the opportunity to get to know the son of this prominent man, an Australian teacher, PhD in physics and mathematics Andrei Yakovlevich Olenko.

He has been working in Australia for a long time already and has decided to share his experience with us. Andrey Yakovlevich told about Australia as a country for life, about her education system and about what he and his university department are dealing with. This story was very interesting and informative. The students got a lot of useful information and a lot of positive emotions.

We hope that this was not our last meeting.

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