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Outcomes of Research and Creative Projects Contest on ‘Europe in Ukraine, Ukraine in Europe: Youth Perception 2011-2012’

17.02.2012 16:13 Library College of Economics and Law Awards Contest

Student Research and Creative Projects final was carried out in the Centre of European Information, ZNU Scientific Library

The event was visited by Valentyna Gerasymova, director for the Centre of European Information, ZNU Scientific Library and Volodymyr Volokh, chairman of Zaporizhzhya non-government organisation ‘Ludina i suspilstvo’ (‘The Individual and Society’).
The contest has been held in the framework of ‘Ukrainskyi Narodnyi Dim v Chernivtsiakh’ (‘Ukrainian House in Chernivtsy’) Society project supported by International Fund ‘Vidrodzhennia’ (‘The Revival’). Contest organisers were the Centre of European Information and Scientific Library of ZNU.
Key goal of the contest is viewed in enlarging and deepening students’ knowledge of Europe, shaping European world-perception and in-depth awareness of European identity of Ukraine and Zaporizhzhya region, studying cross-cultural relationship of Ukraine with the European countries.
Sixty two students participated in round 1, among them representatives of local colleges and universities, who have submitted to the contest committee 56 projects (papers, essays, films, poetry, drawings and presentations) covering the issue of Ukrainians’ contribution to development of European and world civilisation. Upon consideration the panel of judges have approved of 21 projects among 23 students participating in the final.
Best projects were selected as follows:
1st prize: creative film project ‘7 Wonders of Ukraine’ and ‘Chornobyl and Europe’/ Iryna Pysmenna, student of the Trade College
2nd prize: research project on ‘Native land of Zaporizhzhya and its twin cities’/ Kateryna Shakalo, student of the Trade College
3rd prize: research project on ‘Ukraine and Europe’s consolidation through diasporas’/ Yelizaveta Tkachenko, student of the Trade College.

By the panel’s decision and owing to relevance and substantiveness in proposing the contest idea, concerns in the future of Ukraine and Europe and personal touch in the topic perception the authors of the following projects have been presented with running-up prizes:
• Research project on ‘European romanticism and Ukraine’/ Anastasia Mykhailukova, student of the Trade College
• Research project on ‘Czech Republic’/ Olga Popova, student of the College of Economics and Law
• Creative project, drawing on ‘Ukraine in Europe’/ Darya Yudina, Berdiansk.

The winners were awarded with achievement certificates and prizes, whereas all the final contestants received certificates and acknowledgements. In addition, teachers Ludmila Bogdanova (Trade College) and Maxim Nosik (College of Economics and Law) were honoured with certificates of merit.

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