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Vice-rector for Academic Affairs

BOBRIK MIROSLAVA

Associate Professor, PhD in Geography

Visiting hours:

Wednesday 10.00 - 12.00

Address:

210038, Republic of Belarus, Vitebsk, Moscovsky Avenue, 33, Vice-rector’s office 200

Telephone:

+375 (212) 37-56-49


 

Vice-rector profile:

Born on 07/05/1964, Republic of Belarus, Grodno region, Lida district, village Velichki.

1983 - graduated from Volkovysk Pedagogical School (the specialty " Primary school teaching", the qualification "Primary school teacher");

1988 - graduated from Belarusian State University named after V.I. Lenin ( the specialty "Geography", the qualification "Geographer. Teacher");

1990 - teaching at the Department of Geography of Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov (assistant, assistant professor);

1994 - graduated from the PhD course of Belarusian State Pedagogical University named after M. Tank (the specialty "Economic and Social Geography");

1994 - PhD in Geography;

1998 - awarded the academic title of Associate Professor (the specialty "Geography");

1997–2017 - Head of the Department of Geography of Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov ;

2018–2020 - Vice-rector of Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov;

since 2020 - Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov.

Awards:

Honorary Diploma of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus (2010)

Research interests:

Demography; ethnodemography; geography of the Vitebsk region; methods of teaching socio-economic geography

Other information:

Bobrik Miroslava established the reasons for the low rates of population growth in the Vitebsk region.

Full member of the Belarusian Geographical Society (since 1990).

Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov

homeAddress: 210038, Republic of Belarus, Vitebsk, Moskovskiy Avenue, 33.

phoneTelephones: +375 (212) 37-49-59 (Administration)

printerFax: +375 (212) 37-49-59

commentE-mail: vsu@vsu.by

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