One of the main criteria for evaluation of the Department’s activity is achievements of its graduates.

Graduates of the Department of Russian Philology are winners of the regional and national competitions in the Russian language and literature, they take an active part in the life of the city and region.

The best graduates of the Department continue their education taking MA courses in Moscow (D. Gryazev, A. Sidoruk) and Pavldar (D. Larionov), many of them work in educational institutions, regional editorial offices of newspapers, radio, television and other public institutions.

 

Full name: Dmitriy Viktorovich Larionov

Place of employment: Kaznet

Position: correspondent

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Master of Arts in Russian Philology. Title of the Master's thesis: Semantic Space of Internet Literature (Based on the Materials of the Russian Segment of Internet). Number of scientific publications: 5.

The winner of the National Student Competition in Russian Philology (Astana, 2010) in the Russian Literature category.

He took a professional development course within the academic trip (January-February 2011, A.S. Pushkin State Institute of the Russian Language, Moscow).

Participant of the First International Congress of the Science Fiction and Futurist Writers Baykonur-2011 (Kazakhstan, Astana, 2011).

 

 

Full name: Denis Vladimirovich Gryazev

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Master of Arts in Philology. Title of the Master's thesis: Apotropaic Routine Tradition of Kazakh Repatriates in Regulations and Practices: the Function and Semantics.

Graduate student in Philology.

- Tutor at Your Private Tutor LLC (in two years, he worked with five students, two of them passed the final examination with the highest score);

- NGO Executive Secretary;

- Content Manager of an analytical website.

Number of scientific publications: 3

Participation in research work: research conferences:intra-university scientific conferences (2008, received a Diploma); IX International Summer School in Folklore Studies and Cultural Anthropology (Russian State University for the Humanities, 2009); X International Summer School in Folklore Studies and Cultural Anthropology (RSUH, 2010); XI International Autumn School in Folklore Studies and Cultural Anthropology (RSUH, 2011); XII International Scientific School in Interdisciplinary Approaches and Innovative Methods in Folklore Studies (RSUH, 2012); research seminars held by the Research Center for the Typology and Semiotics of Folklore (RSUH, Moscow); expeditions organized by PSU and supervised by Candidate of Philological Sciences A.D. Tsvetkova (2007-2010, the Pavlodar and East Kazakhstan regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan); expeditions organized by Russian State University for the Humanities supervised by Candidate of Philological Sciences A.S. Arkhipova and Doctor of Philological Sciences A.B. Moroz (2009-2011, Pavlodar region, the Republic of Kazakhstan; Arkhangelsk region, the Russian Federation).