Kemerovo State University
|Kemerovo State University|
|Кемеровский государственный университет|
|Location||Kemerovo Oblast, Russia|
The Kemerovo State University (Russian: Ке́меровский госуда́рственный университе́т) (KemSU) was established in 1973 as a successor to Kemerovo Pedagogical Institute. It is a leading educational and scientific center of Kemerovo Oblast with five branches throughout the oblast in Belovo, Anzhero-Sudzhensk, Novokuznetsk, Prokopyevsk, as well as in Ulan Bator in Mongolia.
The main campus has 17 educational laboratory and administrative buildings with the total space of 120,000 m². There are 20 departments, 70 chairs. Over 10,000 full-time students. About 21,000 students including part-time. Over 900 faculty members, including: 35 academicians and corresponding members of the Russian Academy of Sciences and other academies; 80 Doctors of Science, professors; 380 candidates of science, senior lecturers. Seventeen persons are awarded "Honored Workers" titles. About 500 post-graduates and doctoral students. Five Councils on Theses.
On average KemSU post-graduate students defend 30-40 Candidate's and 6-8 Doctor's theses in a given year. KemSU holds 6-10 All-Russia and international scientific conferences annually. The annual number of scientific publications runs up to over 1,500, including 600-700 articles in the central press.
The university specializes in rare languages such as the Shor language, and has begun a revival of the regional languages.
Rectors of the University:
Vladimir Volchek, 2012–present.
Irina Sviridova, 2007–2012
Ilia Povarich, 2006–2007
Doctor of Economics
- Official website (English) (Russian)