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Andrei Y. Melville
First Deputy Dean
Mikhail Grigorievich Mironyuk
Deputy Dean for Teaching and Learning
Deputy Dean for Admissions
Kirill Valentinovich Sorvin
Deputy Dean for Research
Andrey S. Akhremenko
Deputy Dean for Behavioural Sciences
The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the most multidisciplinary faculties in the HSE. It is the product of uniting the faculties of sociology, applied political science, psychology and public administration, which are now schools, and a series of laboratories, research centers and institutes. This kind of synthesis of education and research in the sphere of social sciences is a standard part of global best practice for a modern research university.
We train researchers, analysts and practitioners of sociology, political science, psychology and management, and specialists in education, demographics, public policy and civil society. Our primary strategy in teaching bachelors, masters and doctorate courses is to prepare students to meet global demands and requirements as successful professionals.
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The Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for Wisconsin Russia Project postdoctoral research fellowships (for US and/or Russian social scientists) and pre-doctoral dissertation fellowships (for Russian social scientists), funded with a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. Fellows are expected to be in residence in Madison, Wisconsin, and to conduct research about Russia in one or more of the five topic areas:
1) Education, labor markets, and inequality; 2) Law and society; 3) Political economy; 4) Identity, place, and migration;5) Demographic change.
Fellows will conduct research in consultation with UW-Madison faculty and will join a vibrant community of scholars working on the social science of Russia.
The application deadline for both competitions is March 1, 2019.
More detailed information about the program, eligibility, and how to apply are available on the Wisconsin Russia Project website:
One-year postdoctoral research fellowships (2019-2020)
One-semester pre-doctoral dissertation fellowships (fall 2019 or spring 2020)
Questions may be addressed to Amy Beilke, Wisconsin Russia Project graduate assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.