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Mon, July, 20, 2020

Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University (LUEENU) and Volyn Medical Institute (VMI) have launched The Psychosocial Support for Healthcare Staff During Epidemics and Pandemics joint project. The project is funded by the European Union and the British Council in Ukraine within the framework of strengthening the cross-sectional collaboration for social solidarity programme.

 

Larysa Zasiekina, Vice-Rector for Research and International Affairs, Director of the Ukrainian Psychotrauma Center at LUEENU as the leader of the project held a meeting with Tetiana Pastryk, Acting Rector of VMI, and Tetiana Hordovska, clinical psychologist at LUEENU to...

Fri, April, 17, 2020

The Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University Faculty of Sports and Physical Education students took an active part in the Pan-Ukrainian Student Research Paper Contest in the Sports and Physical Education segment.

 

64 research papers were submitted. Based on the reviews and the participants’ reports, the sectorial committee awarded Olena Koroliuk (Group 4.2) and Tetiana Savchuk (Group 4.3) with 3rd prize certificates, their scientific supervisor being Professor Nataliia Bielikova, the head of Sports, Fitness and Recreation Theory Department.

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Fri, April, 10, 2020

On April 10, the LUEENU Research Council (RC) Meeting was provided on the online platform of the University`s web portal Office - 365, in Microsoft Teams program. Microsoft Teams is the chat-based workspace in Office 365 that has several advantages:

Security and high level of data protection. The program provides the comprehensive protection as well as confidentiality and data collection,...

Mon, April, 6, 2020

Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University in Lutsk, Ukraine together with the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel are conducting a survey among students of both countries regarding their emotions, attitudes, and needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study aims to examine students’ feelings aligned with their exposure to the COVID-19 virus, their health, and their family’s health. The study has been approved under the terms of Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University and the Hebrew University Research Ethics Policy. These findings will contribute in several...

Tue, March, 31, 2020

The European University Association (EUA) welcomes the revival of the European Research Area (ERA), where research-based knowledge is mobilised for a better and more sustainable future. The continued development of a unified research area will support Europe’s universities and their contribution to the free circulation of researchers, scientific knowledge and technology.

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