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Exploring Links between Sports Knowledge, Education, and Women as Sports Consumers

Exploring Links between Sports Knowledge, Education, and Women as Sports Consumers
On June 11, Session 6 as part of IOE’s Fast-track Seminar Series in Education 2021 will feature a talk titled, ‘Sports Knowledge, Education, and Women as Omnivorous Sports Consumers.’ Everyone interested is welcome to join the open conversation on Zoom. 

Global Experts to Discuss Challenges and Transformations in Higher Education amid and post Pandemic

Global Experts to Discuss Challenges and Transformations in Higher Education amid and post Pandemic
On March 3, a premier group of scholars representing world-renowned powerhouses in social and educational R&D will meet online for this year’s debut session by the Observatory for Higher Education Transformations titled, ‘The Changing Landscape of Higher Education: New Practices and System-Wide Trends.’

Call for Postdoc Fellows in Education 2021 Still Underway

Call for Postdoc Fellows in Education 2021 Still Underway
We are still recruiting to multiple positions of International Postdoc Fellow open with IOE’s units across domains of educational and social R&D. You are welcome to apply until February 14, 2021. 

IOE to Host International Summer School on Computational Social Science for the First Time

IOE to Host International Summer School on Computational Social Science for the First Time
In 2020, IOE was shortlisted as one of 21 venues worldwide to host this year’s guest Summer Schools held as part of the international Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), an annual collaboration between Duke University and Princeton University.

Application for IOE SemyonovAward Internships 2020 Now Open

Application for IOE SemyonovAward Internships 2020 Now Open
We welcome proposals for this year’s round of the SemyonovAward internships for early-career scholars in higher education that are hosted by the IOE Laboratory for University Development. Submissions are open until March 20, 2020.

Exploring How Education Can Better Contribute to Sustainability and Growth

Exploring How Education Can Better Contribute to Sustainability and Growth
Submissions are now underway to our Annual International Summer School, ‘Education and Development,’ which is slated to take place on the IOE grounds in Moscow, Russia between July 6 and 10, 2020.

A Journey of a Thousand Miles

A Journey of a Thousand Miles
Ruoqi Cao, from Harbin, China, graduated from HSE University’s Master’s programme in International Business. She is now working on her PhD at the HSE Institute of Education, where her research focuses on regional contributions of higher education in Russia and China.

IOE’s New Lab for Evidence-based Assessments of Educational Innovation to Help Better Inform Sector Policy and Practice

IOE’s New Lab for Evidence-based Assessments of Educational Innovation to Help Better Inform Sector Policy and Practice
We are happy to announce a call for multiple positions of Research Assistant / Research Associate to join the International Laboratory for the Evidence-Based Assessment of Educational Practices and Innovations, a new R&D division that has recently come on stream at the HSE Institute of Education Moscow.

IOE Welcomes Dr. Ger Graus

IOE Welcomes Dr. Ger Graus
World-renowned edutainment expert and entrepreneur in extended L&D, Dr. Ger Graus, OBE has recently commenced his sojourn with IOE as a Guest Professor at the Center for General and Extracurricular Education. During his term, Dr. Graus will be contributing across multiple strands of the Center’s research and networking agenda.

IOE Welcomes Dr. Adam Gemar

Adam Gemar (U.S.) has recently begun his 12-month sojourn with the IOE Laboratory for Cultural Sociology and Anthropology of Education as part of the HSE International Postdoc Fellowship Program 2019. Coming from Fargo, North Dakota, Adam boasts premier credentials in socio-economic and cultural studies that he has earned from leading U.S. and UK institutions, including Yale University, London School of Economics and Durham University. He completed his doctoral degree earlier this year. One of the key areas of Adam’s research is educational inequality.