Ryazan State University

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Ryazan State University
Рязанский государственный университет имени С. А. Есенина
Общий вид на главный корпус РГУ имени С. А. Есенина.jpg
TypePublic
Established1915
RectorAndrey Ivanovich Minayev
Students12,0000
Address
46 Svobody
, ,
Russia

54°37′46″N 39°45′10″E / 54.629456°N 39.752645°E / 54.629456; 39.752645Coordinates: 54°37′46″N 39°45′10″E / 54.629456°N 39.752645°E / 54.629456; 39.752645
CampusUrban
NicknameRGU
Websitersu.edu.ru

The Ryazan State University named for S. A. Yesenin (Russian: Рязанский государственный университет имени С. А. Есенина) is a university in Ryazan, Ryazan Oblast, Russia. It was founded in 1915. It bears the name of Russian poet Sergei Yesenin, who grew up in the region.[1]

History[edit]

RSU was founded in 1915, as a women's teacher training institute. In 1918, it was renamed as the Ryazan State Pedagogical Institute.[2] In 1930 it was restructured and again renamed as the Ryazan State Pedagogical University.[3] It began to expand its course offerings beyond teacher training in the 1980s; in 1992, it was one of the first pedagogical universities to be granted full university status. As of 1999, they enrolled roughly 5,500 students and employed 400 faculty and administrative staff.[4]

The university began to use its present name in 2006.[5]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Кратко об университете, Ryazan State University, retrieved 2009-09-08
  2. ^ Hossler, Liferov & Kostikov 1999, p. 70; in Russian: Рязанский государственный педагогический институт
  3. ^ Hossler, Liferov & Kostikov 1999, p. 70; in Russian: Рязанский государственный педагогический университет имени С. А. Есенина
  4. ^ Hossler, Liferov & Kostikov 1999, p. 70
  5. ^ Приказ №1095, Russia: Ministry of Education, 2006-04-19, retrieved 2009-09-08

Sources[edit]

  • Hossler, Don; Liferov, Anatoly; Kostikov, Sergei (1999), "Chapter 2: A Case Study of the Effects of Changes in Resources on Ryazan State Pedagogical University", in Sabloff, Paula L. W. (ed.), Higher education in the post-communist world: case studies of eight universities, Routledge, pp. 59–96, ISBN 978-0-8153-2443-0

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