Kaluga State University
|Калужский государственный университет имени К. Э. Циолковского|
The University building in the Lenin Street, Kaluga
|Kaluga State Pedagogical Institute, Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State Pedagogical University|
Kaluga State University (KSU) is a university in Kaluga, Russia. The university was founded in 1948. Before 2010 it was Kaluga State Pedagogical University. It's named after Tsiolkovsky. The university consists of 6 institutes (The Institute of Natural Sciences; The Institute of History and Law; The Institute of Pedagogics; The Institute of Psychology; The Institute of Social Relationships; The Institute of Physics and Technologies), 2 faculties (Faculty of Foreign Languages; Philological Faculty), and The Institute of Pre-University Traininng, The Institute of Additional Professional Training.
There are 3 museums in the university: The Museum of KSU's history; The Museum-study of Alexander Chizhevsky; The Museum of the Natural Sciences' Institute.
The University publishes scientific quarterly "The Kaluga University Bulletin" (Russian: Вестник Калужского университета).
The rector of the university is Maxim Kazak.
1948-1963 — The Kaluga State Pedagogical Institute.
1963-1994 — The Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State Pedagogical Institute.
1994-2010 — The Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State Pedagogical University.
Since 2010 — The Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State University.
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