11 December 2020
Students of the Yelabuga Institute of KFU became scholars of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan

Students of the Department of Philology and History Yulduz Sadrieva and Alena Evdokimova won the competition of scientific works.

The research activity of the 5th year student Yulduz Sadrieva is devoted to the work of the little-studied Yelabuga writer of the second half of the 19th century Dmitry Stakheev.

“To devote my student life to research activities was motivated and inspired by my ardently respected and unchanging scientific advisor - Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language and Literature Bozhkova Galina Nikolaevna. In summer, together with Galina Nikolaevna, we worked hard at the analysis of the author's third work, the development of the methodological part for the diploma, publication activity in international journals and collections,” Yulduz shared her steps to victory.

Yulduz is a member of the student scientific society "Creative individuality of writers belonging to the circle of children's and adolescent reading." After graduation, the graduate plans to enter the Magister’s Program of the Yelabuga Institute of KFU in order to continue her studies.

Another winner of the competition was Alena Evdokimova, a 4th year student of the Department of Philology and History, who has been engaged in scientific activities since the 1st year.

“Participation in the competition for a scholarship from the Academy of Sciences became an incentive for me to self-analysis, to self-education. The topic of my competitive scientific work is "The study of aphoristic genres in the conditions of multilingual education." I have been analyzing this topic since last year together with my scientific advisor - Gabidullina Farida Imamutdinovna ”.

Alena Evdokimova is sure that the relevance of teaching on a multilingual basis as a basic component of advanced language education is great. After all, multilingual education contributes to the development of all intellectual structures. This means that young scientists have great prospects in researching the topic.

Source of information: press service of the Yelabuga Institute KFU