The Institute of Eastern European Studies of the Free University of Berlin offers scholarships to PhD students and ACADEMIC STAFF of ONU for studying/ training under the Erasmus + program.

Bologna University announces an additional Call for applications for postgraduate students of ONU for participation in the Erasmus + scholarship program!

On May 16, 2017, the Consul General of the People's Republic of China, Ms. ZHAO Xianzhong, visited the ONU I. I. Mechnikov.

"Molecular microbiology and biotechnology"

The holiday will be held on May 20-21 in the Botanical Garden of Odessa National University at Franzuskii Boulevard 48/50. There are an exhibition of paintings, master classes, a school of young gardeners in the program

We are waiting for you from 10 to 18.00

The open lectures on Week of plants will be helb on the 15 – 19-th of May at the Biology Faculty in the room 82 (Champagne lane 2). Everyone is welcome

Інформація Товариства мікробіологів України ім. С.М.Виноградського (ТМУ) про роботу ХV з’їзду Товариства, який відбудеться 11-15 вересня 2017 року на базі Одеського національного університету імені І.І. Мечникова (м. Одеса).
 

    April 29 - 30 at the biological department of Mechnikov ONU XVI Regional tournament of young biologists was held, in which 15 teams from schools, gymnasiums and lyceums of Odessa and Odessa region took part.

April 20, 2017 the fourteenth Scientific English Conference of the students of the biological faculty of our university «English in touch with life» was held.

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On April 27, the delegation of DFG, led by the President of the organization, met with the rector and vice-rectors of ONU.

Bologna University (Italy) launches Call for Applications for masters / postgraduates and academic staff of ONU for studying / training within the Erasmus + program.

Faculties available for study/training:

The ONU International life in March was full of Greek and French events. On March 24, 2017, the University was visited by the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Greece in Ukraine, Mr. Georgios PUKAMISAS.
 
 
 

harvardHarvard Ukrainian Research Institute
34 Kirkland Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

Dear friends and colleagues,
I am sending this message as Director of the 2017 Harvard Ukrainian Summer Institute (HUS1). 1 am very- pleased to inform you that the Ukrainian summer school will take place at Harvard from June 17 to August 5, 2017.

 

    
On September 16, 2015 the Head of the Communications Service of College of Europe Richard WASHINGTON met the students of the Institute of Social Sciences at the new ONU campus. He presented the Master’s program for future diplomats and administrative workers training. The meeting was opened by the ONU prorector Sergiy F. SKOROKHOD.
 
 
In the photo (from left to right): The Head of Communication Service of College of Europe Richard WASHINGTON, the ONU Arabic language lecturer Dmitry K. POBLE.
 
 
Students had the possibility to get acquainted with the main principles of the international communication in the European Higher Educational Institutions. They also found out the innovations at modern education sphere. While debating with Richard WASHINGTON, students demonstrated the bright knowledge of the foreign languages. 
 
 
 
Richard WASHINGTON recognized the high level of the ONU students’ educational background. He said, they were highly awared of the international communication issues, understood the processes, taking place in the international education field. He also got acquainted with the ONU international activity through the communication with the International Relations Office Head, Victor S. GRINEVICH, and the ONU lecturer, Ukrainian diplomat, Dmitry K. POBLE.
 
 
In the photo (from left to right): Victor S. GRINEVICH, Sergiy F. SKOROKHOD, Richard WASHINGTON. Dmitry K. POBLE
 
The same day the meeting between Lithuanian journalist Andreas TAPINAS and International Relations department (ISS) students was held. During this meeting students took an active part in the discussion of the global processes and the main tendencies of international relations development, through the prism of the Ukrainian crisis.
 
 
 
Andreas TAPINAS revealed the main aspects of journalists’ work in the conditions of media-wars and also answered all the students’ questions in an easy-going and witty manner.
 
All the additional information may be obtained at the ONU International Relations Office.
 
Tel.: 723-60-13
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
21.09.2015
 

 

   
The Workhop is supported by the program of Collaboration of Civil Societies in the countries of Eastern Partnership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany
 

Program of workshop

September 26-29, 2015

Odessa, Grecheskaja str., 1 (Impact HUB Odessa)

 

September 26

 
Arrival of participants
“Odessa: the Places of Memory” (excursion)
 

September 27 (Grecheskaja str., 1. Impact HUB Odessa)

 

Section 1. Moderator Vladimir Nemertsalov

 
9.30-10.00. Oksana Dovgopolova (Ukraine) Reconciliation of Memories – Reconciliation of Society. The opening word of the organizers of workshop
10.00-10.45. Hans-Achim Werner (Germany) “To start from ourselves but not to stop”: Martin Buber on the Truth and Reconciliation
10.45-11.15. Coffee-break
11.15-12.00. Verena Rauen (Germany) “Forgiveness – Acknowledgement – New start” as the basic ethical causes of common life
12.00-12.45. Philippe de Lara (France) The conditions of a shared Jewish-Ukrainian memory: potentials and obstacles
12.45-13.30. Ruud Meij (Netherlands) Memories of the future. Anna Ackmatova, Ludwik Fleck and Stanisław Lem
13.30-14.30. Lunch
14.30-15.15. Frans Geraedts (Netherlands) Reconciliation, the transition from ehtic to civic nationalism and the example of Odessa
15.15-16.00. Nikolai Epple (Russia) Coming to terms with the past: the work with Memory as a necessary base of National Reconciliation
 

September 28

 

Section 2. Moderator Oksana Dovgopolova

 
09.30-10.15. Manfred Deselaers (Germany) Dialogue at the edge of Auschwitz: German, Polish and Jewish perspectives
10.15-11.00. Svetlana Panych (Russia) “And I’ll tell you a story: on the complicity and importance of witness narration
11.00-11.30. Coffee-break
11.30-12.15. Lubov Summ (Russia) Kete and Elena: the Woman’s Fate and Woman’s Memory at the Face of History
12.15-13.00. Eddy Nickolas Orinda (Kenia-Ukraine) The experience of African Committees of Truth and Reconciliation: strategies, successes, problems
13.00-14.00. Lunch
14.00-14.45. Aleksej Alonso (Russia) Spain: the hard way to the National Reconciliation
14.45-15.30. Julia Golodnikova (Ukraine) The Ukrainian New Drama as a tool of Reflection on Collective Trauma and the prospects of new social construing.
15.30-16.15. Orysja Bila (Ukraine) Who’s Lviv is? To the problem of commemorative ethics in multicultural city
 

September 29

 

Section 3. Moderator Alla Vaysband

 
10.00-10.45. Oleksiy Sigov (Ukraine) Between the Irreconcilability and Indifference: the Memory of Hope 
10.45-11.30. Inna Nalivajko (Belarus) The role of everyday practices in reconciliation of memories
11.30-12.00. Coffee-break
12.00-12.45. Aleksej Kamenskikh (Russia) The war of memories in urban space: the Perm case
12.45-13.30. Oksana Dovgopolova (Odessa, Ukraine) Historical Memory as Weapon, Historical Memory as common existential space: commemorative practices of war and reconciliation
13.30-14.30. Lunch
14.30-15.15. Nikolaj Koposov (USA-Russia) The Irreconciliable Memory
15.15-16.30. The Round Table “The new outlines of Historical Memory: when History does not kills”
 
 
Scientific society of students and young scientists of ONU
25.09.2015
 

 

  In the framework of the Project of the British Council in Ukraine "English for Universities", implemented by the Head of ONU International Cooperation Department – prof. Grinevich V.S., during the 2015-2016 academic year for students of the specialty "International Economic Relations" the following courses are taught in English : "International Economic Relations" and "Management of International Portfolio Investments".
 
All interested are invited to attend the lectures.
 
More information can be obtained at the Department of World Economy and International Economic Relations: http://onu.edu.ua/uk/structure/institutes/imem/imem_world_eco/
30.09.2015
09 November – 13 November  2015,
 
Ukraine,  Odesa,
 
I.I. Mechnikov Odessa National University
 
Biotechnological Research and Training Centre
 
Odesa, str. Dovzhenko 7a
 

 

   
On September, 29, the ONU students met the famous American journalist William C. REMPEL. The meeting was opened by the Press-Attache of the Embassy of the USA in Ukraine, Yaryna FERENCEVYCH. 
At the beginning of his talk Mr. W.C. REMPEL expressed his deep concern on the political situation in Ukraine. He also noted his special attitude to our country, considering his Ukrainian roots.
 
 
In the photo: American journalist Mr. W.C. REMPEL delivers his speech to the ONU students
 
During his speech Mr. W.C. REMPEL listed the types of journalists’ investigations, especially both fundamental and biographical ones. He also advised young journalists to pay more attention to the process of the proved information searching, in this way making it more objective.
 
 
 
In the photo (on the back row left side): Vice-dean in bringing-up work of Journalism faculty, Galyna D. MOROZ
 
American journalist sees the numerous possibilities for the young Ukrainian journalists to express themselves through to the political conditions in Ukraine. He said, young specialists shouldn’t be afraid to be perceived as being biased. He also commented that despite of the investigation, the correspondent has a risk to be accused of the prejudice. So, the main task is not to please everyone, but to become the reliable information source of high quality.
 
 
In the photo: the Press-Attache of the Embassy of the USA in Ukraine, Yaryna FERENCEVYCH, Mr. W.C. REMPEL.
 
Proving his words Mr. W.C. REMPEL exemplified his own experience: he was accused both by USA Republicans and Democrats of a prejudice after Mr. REMPEL published his materials on George BUSH and on the well-known scandal with Bill CLINTON as a key actor. Such problems are inevitable, but the journalist suggests, the personal relationships and the detailed investigation of the each side position are the strong foundation for making the journalists’ work qualitative and useful.
 
 
In the photo: ONU PhD student Tetyana MELNYK, ONU International Relations Head, Viktor S. GRINEVICH.
 
During the event the participants debated on the crucial and up-to-date issues, analyzing the contradictions of the modern journalism.
 
International Relations Office
 
Tel.: (048) 723-60-13
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05.10.2015
 

On October 7, 2015 Nancy M. Romano, famous Italian musician and spouse of the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Italy in Ukraine, conducted her Master-class “Baroque Music from Rome to Venice in XVI-XVIII cent.” in the main campus of ONU.

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